Armie Hammer, Elizabeth Chambers to sell Los Angeles mansion for $800G less than original asking price: report
Real estate expert: Tax savings major incentive for mass exodus from NY and Calif.
‘Big Money Energy’ author Ryan Serhant argues New York City will move back to a sellers market by the end of the year.
A house divided cannot stay with its estranged owners.
Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers have reportedly found a buyer for the Los Angeles mansion they once shared, after slashing $800,000 off the asking price.
The former couple finally unloaded the English Tudor home in the affluent Hancock Park neighborhood after dropping the price by nearly a million bucks, the New York Post reported on Monday. The actor and his soon-to-be ex-wife first listed the seven-bedroom home for $5.8 million in September 2020, after announcing their separation after 10 years of marriage in July.
RAPPER NELLY SELLS ABANDONED ST. LOUIS MANSION AFTER A WEEK ON THE MARKET
Hammer and Chambers, a television personality and bakery owner, cut the price to $5.3 million in October and finally marked it down to $5 million in December.
In January, Hammer found himself amid a social media firestorm after allegedly sharing graphic sex fantasies involving cannibalism with women. The 34-year-old “Call Me By Your Name” star has vehemently denied the allegations.
The soon-to-be exes bought the home just two years ago in January 2019; Variety reports they paid $4.7 million for the 6,275 square-foot spread. Enviable features include a double-height living room, wood-paneled library with fireplace, and an oversized master bath with a fireplace and sauna. There's also a pool, a spa and a waterfall in the backyard, according to the Post.