Another awards season has come and gone, but we’re still inclined to hand out some hardware of our own.
From billionaires to trophy homes to sports heroes, it has been another exciting week in Hot Property. Here are a few who have walked down our red carpet.
Best mob connection
Talk about knowing when to hold: Originally offered a year ago for $6.5 million, the Beverly Hills home of late Italian crooner Al Martino returned to market last month and sold in about two weeks for $7.8 million cash.
The 1920s home has architectural pedigree, having been designed by Elmer Grey and later updated by Ted Grenzbach, and also a connection to notorious mob boss Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel. A wet bar salvaged from Siegel’s Los Angeles home now resides in the two-story guest house.