Sheryl Crow Finds Buyer for Her Hollywood Hills Compound
After listing for the first time in 2012 and trying to (unsuccessfully) sell her Hollywood Hills home for $15,950,000, Crow's compound was delisted in December 2013 and came back on the market in April 2014 with a more down-to-earth ask of $11,950,000. At that new, lower price, a buyer finally emerged.
Set behind private gates, Crow's Spanish-style compound sits atop a hill and is comprised of three houses that total more than 10,000 square feet on 10-plus acres. She purchased each home individually in and around 1998, and meticulously combined the properties over the next few years.
The main home is a remodeled and restored "Spanish Revival" with four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a two-story entryway, chef's kitchen, library, wine cellar and music room. A second home is a Craftsman built in 1909, and has four bedrooms, three baths and views of the vistas of Hollywood. The third home on the 10 acre property is a cottage that dates back to 1885, complete with a oak-floored kitchen, three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The entire compound is tied together with canyon pathways, trails, a teepee, campsite, playground, palapas and a resort-style infinity pool. A true treasure in the heart of Hollywood.
Crow's had a hard time in the real estate game in recent years. This home sat on the market for months and months, and her equestrian property in College Grove, Tennessee has also had a hard time finding a buyer, even after more than 2 years and nearly $2 million in price reductions. She just recently took that house off that market.
The rest of her portfolio includes two off-market properties. One is a $3.6 Million estate in Nashville, Tennessee, and the other is a beachfront escape in Florida.
The listing agent for her Los Angeles estate is Myra Nourmand of Nourmand & Associates.