After nine months on the market, John Fogerty’s Beverly Hills estate has sold for $18.6 million.
Realty Today writes:
Fogerty purchased the place in 2009 for just $2.9 million. The 16,000-square-foot, single-family house was marketed in a pocket listing for $23 million. News of the home’s unofficial listing came in July last year. The house has finally found a buyer after almost nine months, selling considerably under the initial asking price, reports Trulia.
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Listing records of the home state that the renovated multi-winged mansion has nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Sitting on a 3-acre lot, the residence is set in a private, gated compound with a circular motor court boasting a central fountain.
The driveway leads to the entrance of a two-story foyer with a fireplace. There is a formal living room, a dining area and a wine room, a gourmet kitchen, a double-level family room, a media room, a wood-paneled library or study, a lounge on the second floor and a wet bar.
Last year, while waiting for the Beverly Hills estate to sell, Fogerty bought a large estate in the Thousand Oaks area for $9 million. Downsizing?
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More on the sale of the house here.