Home listed by Calabasas’ Ron Tanzman featured in Curbed

Featured in Curbed is a Montecito Heights residence listed by Ron Tanzman of Rodeo Realty Calabasas.

In this edition of ‘Curbed Comparisons,’ the blog explored what you can rent or buy within $10,000 of $625,000. The 19th century Victorian home listed by Ron was one out of five homes and condos featured.

“Perched high above the sidewalk, its most appealing feature is a large front porch and a separate patio with views around the neighborhood,” said Curbed.


The remodeled home comes with a new solar system, new double-pane Low-E windows and LED lighting throughout. The property has three bedrooms and one bathroom. The home sits on a 5,798-square-foot lot and has a spacious two-car garage with a mini home control system that allows you to operate the garage door from anywhere in the world.

3534 Griffin Avenue is offered at $619,900.

For the Curbed feature on this property, click HERE.
For more details on this property, click HERE.

Rodeo Realty's Beverly Hills agent Wayne Saks sells longtime home of late ‘Let’s Make A Deal’ host Monty Hall

The longtime home of the legendary Monty Hall, a Canadian-American producer, philanthropist, best known as the game show host for ‘Let’s Make a Deal,’ has sold for $6.409 million–$10,000 over the asking price. Wayne Saks of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills was the listing agent and also represented the buyer, according to reports. The home made headlines is various publications and online sites including the Los Angeles Times, NBC, American Luxury, and Curbed.

The Arden Drive residence was put for sale by the children of Hall and his late wife Marilyn, an Emmy-winning TV writer-producer.

The 1920s understated, yet elegant property, sits on an almost 10,000 sq. ft. lot. The classic Mediterranean home in the Flats of Beverly Hills comes with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, separate quarters, and a beautiful swimmers pool.

The home was the center of the family’s lives—hosting countless celebrities, foreign dignitaries, charitable events, and most importantly, family brunch for more than 55 years.

Monty Hall was not only the face and co-creator of ‘Let’s Make a Deal,’ but he was also known for devoting his time to charitable giving, spending much of his life raising money for charity and being honored for his efforts. The noted TV icon passed away last year at the age of 96.

His wife of 70 years, Marilyn Hall, had producer credits on two Emmy winners: ‘A Woman Called Golda’ and ‘Do You Remember Love?’ The Canadian native passed away at the age of 90, almost four months before Monty. Together, the couple raised more than $1 billion for charitable causes.

To read more on this property, click on the links below.

Los Angeles Time
American Luxury 

Condo listed by Rodeo Realty’s Studio City agent Genevieve Mishlen featured on Curbed

Featured on Curbed is a West Hollywood condo listed by Genevieve Mishlen of Rodeo Realty Studio City.

The completely remodeled residence was one of five homes and condos that Curbed explored for their ‘Curbed Comparisons: What $1M buys around LA.’

“This very outgoing West Hollywood condo is located in the Leland Bryant-designed Granville Towers, which has an illustrious list of former residents that includes David Bowie and Rock Hudson,” said Curbed.

The 1,100-square foot unit with two bedrooms and one bathroom was compared to a Silver Lake Craftsman, a midcentury home in Glendale, a loft in Santa Monica, and a home in the Hollywood Riviera neighborhood of Torrance.

Built in 1930, the home also has a large living room, a formal dining room, a master with a walk-in closet, and a second bedroom that can be used as a guest room or office.

“Building amenities include a pool and landscaped grounds perfect for luxuriating,” said Curbed.

The condo is currently being offered at $999,000. For more details on this property, click HERE.

To read the ‘Curbed Comparisons’ article, click HERE.

Rodeo Realty’s Sunset agent Alexander Tarigo reps buyer of $41 million Bel-Air home

Michael Bay’s former mansion in Bel-Air has sold again for nearly four times the amount it was previously sold for.

Making news in the Los Angeles Times is a contemporary home, which used to belong to blockbuster filmmaker, “Transformers” producer, Michael Bay, before he sold the property in 2014 for $11.45 million.

The now renovated and expanded home has sold for $41 million. Rodeo Realty’s Alexander Tarigo represented the buyer. The sale was one of L.A. County’s biggest sales of 2017.

The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom property—up from its original four bedrooms and four bathrooms—features a designer-done kitchen, a wine room and a home theater. The 15,000-square-foot home also comes with a gym, massage room, wellness center, and a sauna.

Disappearing glass walls take you outdoors where there’s a dining area, and an infinity-edge swimming pool with an attached spa.

The home was originally built by late architect Jack Warner in 1976. The redesign was completed by Saota Architecture.

To read the LA Times article on this sale, click HERE.
Curbed story, HERE.
The Real Deal, click HERE.
Observer, HERE.

Home listed by Rodeo Realty's Calabasas agent Ron Tanzman featured in Curbed

Featured in Curbed this week is a Long Beach bungalow listed by Rodeo Realty’s Ron Tanzman.

In ‘Curbed Comparison,’ five homes and condos within $10,000 of $450k are featured—the four-bedroom home in Long Beach is one of the highlighted properties.

The 1,920-square-foot home, built in 1907, was featured for its four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, new laminate and tile flooring, and stainless steel kitchen appliances.

Other properties featured are a Hollywood condo, a Pacoima residence, a home in Topanga, and a Koreatown condo.

An online poll created by Curbed is found at the end of the comparisons. Which home or condo would you buy? So far, out of more than 800 votes, readers pick the Long Beach bungalow!

Read the Curbed article, HERE.

Rodeo Realty's Beverly Hills agent Bruce Walker sells home to ‘Property Brothers’ Drew Scott

Drew Scott, Canadian actor, realtor, and entrepreneur— best known as the co-host of the HGTV series ‘Property Brothers’ has purchased a home in the Hancock Park vicinity.

Bruce Walker of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills had the listing, which made headlines in Variety, Curbed, Realtor.com, and many other sites.

According to Bruce, Drew plans to make this his home with his fiancé Linda Phan. Drew started making renovations to the home—which aired in the new series Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House. The four-part series premiered in November.

Drew purchased the home for $2,300,000.

To read the Curbed story on this sale, click HERE.
Variety, HERE.
Realtor.com, HERE.

Rodeo Realty's Beverly Hills agent Brandon Assanti lists 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' home

Currently on the market is the ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ home. Beverly Hills agent, Brandon Assanti, holds the Studio City listing.

The L.A. mansion, once used to portray the exterior of the Kardashian-Jenner home on the reality TV show, has received a lot of media attention since listed by Assanti.

TMZ, Refinery29, People, Curbed, TIME, Los Angeles Times, DIGS Magazine, and several other online and print publications have featured the property.

EXTRA’s Michael Corbett has also toured the home with Assanti. The two-story property is expected to be featured soon on Mansions and Millionaires on NBC.

Listed at $7.895 million, the seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home is spread out over 7,843 square feet. Some of the highlights of the property include, a screening room, wine cellar, an outdoor kitchen, and panoramic mountain and canyon views. The master suite comes with his-and-her closets, a spa-like bathroom, and a private patio that gives access to the saltwater pool and spa.

In addition to being used in the filming of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” the home has also been used on American Horror Story, Chelsea Lately, True Blood, and a Victoria’s Secret commercial.

To learn more about this property, click HERE.

To read the TMZ feature on this home, click HERE.
Refinery29, HERE.
Los Angeles Times

Rodeo Realty's Beverly Hills agent Jimmy Heckenberg reps buyers who purchased home of 'Game of Thrones' Lena Headey

Lena Headey, known as Cersei Lannister on “Game of Thrones,” has sold her home in Sherman Oaks.

Rodeo Realty’s Jimmy Heckenberg represented the buyers, who purchased the property for $2.05 million—$105,000 above the asking price, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Aside from the LA Times, the sell has also made headlines on Curbed, Mansion Global, and Observer.

The 1950s Midcentury Modern-style home has been remodeled with contemporary finishes and expanded into a two-story.

The property comes with five bedrooms, and 4.5 bathrooms. Features include a living room with a brick-surround fireplace, a family room, an ample patio space, a swimming pool and an outdoor shower.

To read the LA Times feature on this sale, click HERE.
Curbed, HERE.
Mansion Global.

Home listed by Rodeo Realty's Northridge agent Matt Wildstein featured in Curbed

Featured in Curbed LA this week, is one of Matt Wildstein’s listings.

The home, which is located in Northridge, was built in 1976 and is featured for its high ceilings, laminated wood floors, and its large backyard and pool.

The single-story, four bedroom, three bathroom pool house has a living area which measures 2,507 sq. ft., with a large lot size of 10,710 sq. ft.

“The house’s interiors look especially roomy thanks to high, pitched ceilings and large windows, especially in the front of the house, where there’s a wall of windows to flood the living room with sunshine,” said Curbed.

The home also has a roomy kitchen and a master bedroom, which contains an en-suite bathroom with dual sinks, a walk-in closet and a separate shower and bath tub.

The house is located on a beautiful tree lined cul-de-sac, adjacent to Northridge’s Sherwood Forest neighborhood. Where, according to Curbed, it’s  a quiet and tree-rich area where comedian Richard Pryor once lived.

To learn more about this property, visit www.17041calahan.com.

To read the Curbed article on this property, click HERE.

Rodeo Realty’s Sherman Oaks agent Neal Leviton sells former home of legendary film actress Marion Davies

The desert estate originally built for American film actress Marion Davies has sold for $2,175,000. Rodeo Realty’s Neal Leviton was one of the listing agents to the property, which headlined in the Los Angeles Times and Curbed when it first went on the market.

The 9 bedroom, 11 bathroom estate has nearly 14,000 sq. ft. of living space and sits on 2.77 acres. Outdoors, the property includes a pond with a waterfall, a tennis court and a pool/spa. The grounds are immaculate and the property is maintained by two full-time employees.

In 1956, Davies, who was William Randolph Heart’s mistress and a legendary film star of the silver screen era in the 1930s, purchased a piece of land from the founder of Hyatt Hotels, Hyatt Robert von Dehn. She built a home on the property that is known as 1 Von Dehn Road in Rancho Mirage, CA.

Hearst was a publishing magnet, best known for building the nation’s largest newspaper chain and the magnificent and over the top Hearst Castle in San Simeon, CA. Hearst and Davies were publicly a couple for many years, as Hearst’s wife would not grant him a divorce. They had a child together, Patricia Van Cleeve Lake, also an actress. Both kept Lake’s true identity a secret for many years.

Upon Davies death in 1961 the property transferred to the man she married after Hearst passed away in 1951, Horace Brown (another well-known actor).

Brown eventually sold the property in 1972 to the family that owned Trader Vic’s, a well-known restaurant chain. In 1996, the property was sold to a private family. The property was upgraded throughout the years to its present state today. The original structure still remains along with the upgraded portions of the home.