Tricia Helfer, star of the supernatural sequence “Lucifer,” and her soon-to-be ex-husband, Jonathan Marshall, have put their just lately transformed modern contained in the guarded gates of the Summit enclave within the ruggedly ritzy, mansion-dotted mountains between Beverly Hills and Studio Metropolis, Calif., up on the market at a smidgen shy of $6.2 million. The erstwhile couple, who filed for divorce earlier this yr after 13 years of marriage, bought the property in 2011 for $2.9 million.
The 2-story, multi-winged residence, as soon as owned by rocker Alex Van Halen and later by “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” co-creator Kevin Eastman, is available in at just below 5,500 sq. ft with 5 bedrooms and 6.5 loos. The step-down lounge, with moist bar, cathedral ceiling and mirrored hearth, opens to a wraparound terrace; the eating room has large image home windows that body a cinematic view over the San Fernando Valley; and the center-island kitchen, underneath a vaulted and skylight-topped ceiling, opens to an ample household room. Effectively separated for privateness, visitor bedrooms all have non-public loos. The sprawling master bedroom occupies a wing of its personal with an over-size bed room plus a comfortable sitting room, a hearth, two walk-in closets and a toilet with steam bathe.
Nestled up in opposition to a steep, lushly planted hillside, the yard was designed for entertaining, with a boccie courtroom, a shaded sports activities bar and barbecue space and several other eating and lounging areas organized round a plunge pool and spa with snazzy LED lighting system.
The Summit has lengthy been enticing to celeb owners, together with tennis celebrity Serena Williams, who final yr paid near $6.7 million for her brand-new Spanish-inspired modern, and pop star Gwen Stefani, whose boldly embellished modern mansion is on the market at $35 million.
Helfer has downsized to a considerably smaller however no much less trendy residence with 5 bedrooms and 5 loos in shut to three,700-square-feet tucked up right into a quiet canyon above Sherman Oaks she picked up late final yr for just below $2 million.
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