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Tacoma’s  Weyerhaeuser Mansion 

Now on the market, and brimming with the luxury of the Gilded Age, this 15,600 square foot, eleven bedroom, eight bath Weyerhaeuser Mansion has all the extraordinary features of the time with elegant modern updates.  Included in the home are a pipe organ, servants wing, five-bedroom carriage house, a kitchen designed for family meals to event preparations, flower room, butler’s pantry, VIP suite, massage room, a silver vault, conservatory, large greenhouse, billiard room, screening room, office, library and so much more.  There are multiple elevators and public and hidden staircases between the three stories and basement.  There is even an elevator to bring wood from the basement to feed the fireplaces.

The Weyerhaeuser Lumber Gilded Age estate, now priced at $5.4 million.

Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis Beverly Hills Hacienda

Located on an enviable acre of level land, the 10,379 square foot 1928 Spanish-style mansion consists of 11 bedrooms, 11 baths, state-of-the-art screening room, large interior courtyard, his-and-hers bathrooms in the master suite, two staff rooms and sweeping open areas for entertaining.  Lushly landscaped grounds are walled and gated with a tennis court and large pool.

Bruce Willis’ 1928 Beverly Hills estate now priced at $19.995 million.

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Georgia Country Estate & Saloon 

For millionaires or billionaires looking for a prime real estate investment or a forever home, this rather exceptional piece of real estate 50 miles northeast of Atlanta might be just the thing.  Insulated by 446 acres of lush, rolling north Georgia farm and woodland, it’s the property that fills the needs and desires of everyone in the family no matter what the span of interests.

Starting with every man’s dream is the showstopping 40,000 square foot car collectors’ garage with its own  Western saloon.  It’s a showplace for every type of motorized vehicle imaginable and no doubt one of the most stylish man caves ever.  But wives shouldn’t worry because there is also a 12,349 square foot dream house that will excite them just as much.  Built of stone, glass, 100-year-old beams and wide plank floors, views look out over the river, private pond, sweeping lawns and mountains.  Built in 2000, the home has five bedrooms, five baths, great room, dining room that seats twelve, eat-in kitchen with keeping room, walk-in pantry and granite countertops.  There is a recreation room, family room, library, home theatre, three fireplaces and Baccarat chandeliers.  There is also a three-car attached garage for the family’s daily drivers.

Bill Chill

“The Big Chill” House

Today the beautifully restored and maintained Tidalholm Mansion is available for purchase. The 7,381 square foot home consists of a grand central foyer flanked by elegant, large living and dining rooms with stunning detailed moldings. It also has a large eat-in kitchen, paneled library, 7 bedrooms and 8 baths. Located in a National Historic Landmark District, fine restaurants, shops, waterfront park and a marina are only a short walk away. One can immerse themselves in lowcountry charm strolling among shrimp boats, crab pots, feasting on oysters and studying the Gullah and Geechee cultures.

With its universal appeal as the perfect Dixie mansion, Tidalholm Mansion was also the pick of Columbia Pictures as the set of their 1979 Bing Crosby production of “The Great Santini.”

Famous movie home & Civil War hospital was priced at $4.5 million, now reduced to $3.5 million.

Steve Martin

Steve Martin’s Caribbean Home

Steve has put his stunning St. Barth Island paradise on the market.  Located high in the hills of Lurin, St. Barthelemy, the sprawling 28,191 square foot tropical colonial-style home sits gracefully above the Atlantic with fabulous views from its half-acre of land.  Each of the four bedrooms with en-suite baths and outdoor showers open to their own terrace through louvered floor-to-ceiling shutters.  The master also has an outdoor shower and a hot tub on the private terrace.  The entire home is island style with beamed ceilings and walls opening to views of the ocean, multi-level terraces and the two-tiered infinity pool.  A perfect home for friends and family, especially for those who love to entertain.

Steve Martin’s Villa Au Soleil in St. Barth was for sale at $11,587,869, now priced at $10.814,000.

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