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The home is the first property in Vista Las Palmas to be designated a Class 1 Historic Site. full humidity and temperature controls and a Tesla charging station.

“Morse’s iconic residence is truly a unique architectural statement,” real estate agent Scott Histed, who handles the listing, said in a press release. “This is one of the finest homes in all of Palm Springs and exemplifies the glamor of mid-century entertainment. As a former resident of the house, I know her very well.

Welcome to the Wallpaper House

People have very strong opinions about wallpaper, and Kristin Jones is clearly a fan of it. His 1948 Los Angeles home, dubbed the “Wallpaper House,” is now up for sale.

The four-bedroom home in Westwood features eye-catching designs from 10 artists and design brands, including Missoni, Ananbo and Neisha Crosland. Everything from the master bedroom to the child’s bedroom to all four bathrooms is draped in bold patterns and unique patterns.

“I went to Ananbo in Paris to personally get the samples for the Verandah,” Jones, executive vice president at AMC Networks, told AD PRO. “I worked with Donald Robertson on the powder room. My good friend and designer Jennifer Erhardt helped choose the Fornasetti and the Schumacher downstairs.


Such luxury doesn’t come cheap: the Ananbo wallpaper alone cost nearly $10,000, Jones says, “not to mention that I needed a very qualified hanger to set it up!

The home is listed for $3,695,000 with Rochelle Maize of Nourmand & Associates.

The so-called wallpaper house.

Photo: Noel Kleinman/Noel Kleinman Real Estate Photography

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Manhattan’s hot streak continues

The good news continues for luxury real estate in Manhattan: 42 deals were signed last week at $4 million or more, according to the Olshan report. It’s been five weeks of over 40 signatures, the longest streak since the report began tracking in 2006.

A total of 694 luxury properties have been under contract so far this year, more than in 2020. Some 237 deals have been signed in the past five weeks alone, for a total of more than $2 billion.

The best deal was for a four-story townhouse at 26 Bank Street, which listed in February at just under $20 million. The seller was reportedly Connie Milstein, founder of Ogden CAP Properties, who bought it for $17.85 million in 2017.