5 Extreme Luxury Residences for Sale: Featuring Madonna’s Sunset Boulevard Mansion

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Our friends at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com have rounded up a hot handful of luxury for sale, from Madonna’s one-time residence in Beverly Hills to the modern “Salad Spinner” home in Dallas.

#1: Madonna’s Mansion on Sunset Boulevard

Madonna lived in this French country-style mansion from 2003—after purchasing it for $12 million—to 2013—when it sold for $19.5 million. Access the home through a 500-foot gated drive off Sunset Boulevard, and enjoy the 1.4 acres of tranquil grounds before arriving at the recently-remodeled mansion.

Madonna's Sunset Boulevard Mansion

The 5,800-square-foot residence, which is now listed at $28 million, has nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and several other one-of-a-kind amenities. A two-story dining room, full-size screening room/theater, gym, staff rooms, two guest houses, tennis court, and resort size swimming pool make this over-the-top home fit for a “Queen of Pop.”

#2: $18.5 Million Carmel-by-the-Sea Mansion for Auction

"Tres Paraguas," a 12,481-square-foot mansion in Carmel, is going to auction on August 15th with an $11.5 million reserve.

Carmel Tres Paraguas

Built in 2012 by award-winning architect Ron Mann—and previously listed at $18.5 million—the stunning five-building expanse is located on five acres in Gentry Hill. The idyllic location provides stunning views of Monterey Bay and Jack’s Peak forest. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home features 18-foot ceilings and 12-foot glass walls that open to the numerous surrounding courtyards and terraces, all of which have access to the swimming pool, spa, and outdoor kitchen.

#3: Westport, Connecticut’s River Run Estate

Now on the market for $3.7 million, the River Run estate in Westport, Connecticut, features an 11,000-square-foot mansion on 2.75 acres of secluded country land.

Connecticut River Run Compound

The 1955 New England estate has seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms. The property also features a tennis court, guest cottage, greenhouse, 12-car garage, indoor and outdoor pools, a generator, and a bar room. The light-filled home, nestled on the bank of the Aspetuck River, features such charming characteristics as detailed woodwork, tile and wood floors, and French doors and windows throughout.

#4: The Fugitive Home in Lincoln Park, Chicago 

Step inside this Lincoln Park, Chicago, home…at your own risk. The 6,200-square-foot was the scene of the 1993 thriller The Fugitive.

Lincoln Park's Fugitive Movie House

Now up for grabs for $3.65 million—or for rent at $17,000 per month—the 1981 construction features glass walls and a glass-floor catwalk. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home has three master suites, each with its own fireplace. Other luxurious amenities include an indoor swimming pool, elevator, and a three-car garage with a roof deck.

#5: “The Salad Spinner” Residence in Dallas

Dallas's Ultra-Contemporary

Nicknamed “The Salad Spinner” for its unique modern design, this 14,795-square-foot home was originally built for Christian country singer Darren Kozelsky. Through the entrance one can see the backyard’s infinity-edge pool thanks to the home’s many glass walls. Also outside are spacious terraces, an outdoor kitchen, dining area, and fire pit. The seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom expanse has a chef’s kitchen, two fireplaces, a wet bar, and a four-car garage.

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