• Quick-Selling Home of Neil Patrick Harris: Bathroom

    This is one of three master-sized bathrooms. In addition to this frameless double shower, double vanities and a skylight, there's a sumptuous soaking tub.   See the Image

  • Quick-Selling Home of Neil Patrick Harris: Magic Man Cave

    Perhaps the most curious feature of all in Neil Patrick Harris' former home is the secret room the actor/magician calls his “Magic Man Cave,” that has dramatic red wallpaper and once housed his magic…   See the Image

  • Quick-Selling Home of Neil Patrick Harris: Living Room

    Since the family has already moved back east, the step-down living room with built-in window seating had to be professionally staged for a short time.   See the Image

  • Quick-Selling Home of Neil Patrick Harris: Kitchen

    The spacious epicurean kitchen has double Wolf ovens, a six-burner gas range, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and two Sub-Zero wine coolers. It also features a prep sink and a farm sink, in…   See the Image

  • Quick-Selling Home of Neil Patrick Harris: Family Room

    Just off the kitchen is a large, open family room/media room with all the latest in high tech gadgetry, including 18-zone whole-house Sonance audio with Sonos streaming, internet surveillance and…   See the Image

  • Quick-Selling Home of Neil Patrick Harris: Master Suite

    Another unique feature of Neil Patrick Harris' former California home is two master suites, both with French doors and terraces that overlook the lushly landscaped backyard.   See the Image

  • Quick-Selling Home of Neil Patrick Harris: Dining Room

    The spacious formal dining room can easily accommodate up to ten diners, and there's additional outdoor seating accessed by glass doors.   See the Image

  • Jeremy Piven in Mr. Selfridge

    You can’t help but marvel at the authentic sets in PBS’s Mr. Selfridge, a British period drama series that profiles the life of legendary department store owner and innovator, Harry Gordon…   Read the Blog

  • Last year, Los Angeles was jolted with a rental market quake. The rumblings came from Beverly Boulevard and the William Randolph Hearst mansion, where the publishing giant (immortalized by Orson…   Read the Blog

  • The "Trophy Home" is back en vogue as the super rich rebound into the real estate market with big-ticket purchases worth $100 million or more.   See the Gallery