Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson rocked his 9,120 square feet mansion estate for $4.9 million:Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s house is 9,120 square feet. The house contains six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, high ceilings, a barber room, a home theater, massive chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling windows, and marble floors. There is an outdoor kitchen, infinity pool, waterfall wall, a lawn that seems to stretch on forever, a multi-car garage, huge columns supporting the roof of a large back porch, and a modern kitchen with all new appliances. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s house is truly tricked out. It is also no longer his. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s house sold for $4.9 million to an undisclosed businessman. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson went from wrestler to popular actor in record time. Handsome, athletic, and smart, the California-born Mr. Johnson, played football in college and graduated with degrees in Criminology and Physiology. His football career did not advance much past college, so he joined his family’s very well established wrestling dynasty. From the late 90s through the mid-2000s, he was incredibly popular on the WWF/WWE circuit, and brought many new fans to the sport. His appearance as The Scorpion King, in both “The Mummy”, and “The Scorpion King”, further increased his fame, and he slowly began to remove himself from wrestling to focus on his acting career. While he has returned to wrestling periodically, he has built a solid resume in action films and comedies, and has managed to achieve that rare crossover success about which pop stars and athletes dream. He has also managed to amass a sizeable fortune, and, as most stars do, he used a portion of those funds to purchase a lavish home in California. Recently, however, he sold it, and judging by the photos, if one thing can be said about “The Rock”, it is that he likes to live large.
David Hyde Pierce $ 6,300,000 New York Home:David Hyde Pierce picked up an ocean front property in Amagansett, NY in mid-May of 2010 for $6,300,000. Lo-ward have mercy butter balls, we should all be so damn lucky as to be essentially unemployed and still able to spend six and some million smackers on a beach house that will likely be used, at best, 6 months of the year. Misters Hyde Pierce and Hargrove join the wealthy masses who schlep out to the Hamptons each summer weekend for a bit of rest and relaxation and end up tearing their hair out over the drama and hysterics required just to buy a damn lobster roll at Loaves and Fishes in Sagaponack or a burrito at La Fondita in East Hampton. Fortunately for Misters Hyde Pierce and Hargrove, their new digs are just a hop, skip and a jump€“or a not entirely safe bike ride€“from one of Your Mama and the Dr. Cooter's favorites summer lunch locales, the road side Clam Bar at Napeague where all good things come deep fried and the waiter people always bring our long bodied bitches Linda and Beverly cool bowls of water. Mister Hyde Pierce is most widely known, of course, for his long running role as the mincing, fussy, and annoyingly persnickety psychiatrist Dr. Niles Crane on the once popular now defunct sitcom program Frasier. In addition to earning him boo-coo bucks, Mister Hyde Pierce's role also earned him numerous accolades including 5 Golden Globe nominations, 2 Screen Actors Guild awards (plus another 10 nominations), and 4 Emmys (plus another 7 nominations). A quick look-see at Mister Hyde Pierce's resume on the IMDB shows that he really didn't do much before Frasier and hasn't done much since Frasier ended in 2004 after 11 successful seasons. Your Mama imagines that well educated Mister Hyde Pierce€“he graduated with a double major from Yale€“has nary a financial need to do a damn thing but sun his buns on the back deck of his new house in Amagansett for the rest of his life iffin he doesn't want to. Such are the beauty of residual checks that will keep fattening Mister Hyde Pierce's bank accounts as long as reruns of Frasier are played day and night on every half cocked cable channel on the boob toob. Mister Hargrove, who hasn't worked on anything in the business of show that appears on his IMDB resume since 2003, wrote and produced several sitcoms and pilot programs including Caroline in the City, Titus, and Wanda at Large. Listing information Your Mama was able to tease out of the interweb shows the gay guys' very 1970s contemporary crib is nestled into the gorgeous and rolling dunes of Amagansett on a .67 acre parcel with 110-feet of pristine and prime ocean frontage. Listing information also shows the single story dwelling, surrounded by naturalistic, no maintenance shrubbery and vegetation, measures more than 4,000 square feet and includes 3 bedrooms and 4 full poopers. While there's little more pleasant€“and enviable€“to Your Mama then an decoratively under-done beach house where guests will not be whispered about or lambasted by the hosts for dragging sea salt and sand into the living room, Misters Hyde Pierce and Hargrove's new beach hut could use a wee bit o' updating and upgrading. The living/dining room, anchored at one end by a fireplace, is an amazingly voluminous space with an unobstructed ocean view and a sharply pitched and vaulted ceiling that resembles a big, upside down boat. A long row of floor to ceiling sliding glass doors that blur the edge between indoors and out wraps around the back wall and open to a wide, sunbathing deck that runs the length of the back of the house. A covered dining deck makes a lovely open-air shelter from the elements that can include scorching sunshine and downpours from the dramatic thunderstorms that rush in during the summertime. A sandy path winds through the rugged, windswept dunes to the beach.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux buy a $22 million home together in Bel-Air Los Angeles:Actress Jennifer Aniston and her boyfriend Justin Theroux, an actor who also wrote the blockbuster films Tropic Thunder and Iron Man 2, are set to jointly purchase a home for roughly $22 million in Los Angeles's Bel-Air neighborhood, according to a person familiar with the matter. The 8,500-square-foot home, which is listed for $24.9 million, is owned by Robert Maguire, who founded real-estate company Maguire Properties Inc. Mr. Maguire first put the A. Designed by Los Angeles architect A. Quincy Jones in 2008, but has taken it on and off several times since then. Last year, he re-listed the property for $29 million before reducing it. The four-bedroom, seven-bathroom midcentury home has floor-to-ceiling glass windows and ocean views. It's situated on 3 acres and includes a separate guest house, pool, and a vineyard. The property sits on more than three acres of land and has views of both the city and the Pacific Ocean. It also has an open floor plan with glass walls, a pool, vineyards and a guest house. Aniston, 42, and Theroux, a 40-year-old actor who also co-wrote the screenplays for "Iron Man 2," "Tropic Thunder" and the new "Rock of Ages" film, have been dating since at least May of 2011 and co-starred in the movie "Wanderlust," which was released in October. The two moved in together after Aniston sold her Bevely Hills home for $36 million in July and then rented a two-bedroom house in the Hollywood Hills. It was reported then that they were looking for a home to buy together.