Less than a year after snatching up this Holmby Hills estate Brad Grey, the CEO and chairman of Paramount, has flipped it back onto the market. Listed for $23.5 million, the Mediterranean-style property was once home to Frank Sinatra who bought the house in 1948 for $250,000.
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Less than a year after snatching up this Holmby Hills estate Brad Grey, the CEO and chairman of Paramount, has flipped it back onto the market. Listed for $23.5 million, the Mediterranean-style property was once home to Frank Sinatra who bought the house in 1948 for $250,000. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Los-Angeles/Undisclosed-address-90077/home/6824246" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
This past spring, Grey and his new bride Cassandra Huysentruyt hosted their lavish wedding at the impressive estate. According to <I>The Hollywood Reporter</i>, the newlyweds have "fallen in love" with another home Grey owns in Bel Air and have decided to permanently decamp there.
Grey sure moves on fast! All of his furniture is gone and the home is completely vacant.
The Holmby Hills estate measures 8,631 square feet and is situated on 2.2 acres of park-like private grounds.
A view of what was likely the living room in Sinatra (and now Grey's) former crib. Sinatra only lived here for one year. He reportedly had a "rocky tenure" at this mansion as his soon-to-be ex-wife Nancy Barbato Sinatra changed the locks of the home when they both resided here. The couple divorced a year later.
Grey snatched up this North Carolwood Drive pad less than a year ago for $18.5 million. Is it possible that Grey merely purchased the estate to host his wedding?
A view of the wood paneled library. The 1936 home features seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
Grey is said to have considered completely remodeling the spread, or building a new house in its place. The Paramount CEO decided to forego the project and list the property instead.
Rolling grassy hills and a lush landscaped backyard surround this luxe mansion.
A view of the swimming pool area. Other celebs who own in this star-studded hood are Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman, philanthropist Suzanne Saperstein and television producer Bradley Bell.