• Park City Home of Jeffrey Katzenberg, Walkway

    Most of the exterior surfaces of Katzenberg's home (the walkways, the steps and the porches) are heated. Of course they are.    See the Image

  • Park City Home of Jeffrey Katzenberg, Game Room

    It's all fun and games and cigars at the house that the mouse built.    See the Image

  • Park City Home of Jeffrey Katzenberg, Master Suite

    We like to call this the "Lincoln Log" bedroom as more celebrities have slept here than in the White Houses's Lincoln bedroom.    See the Image

  • Park City Home of Jeffrey Katzenberg, Staircase

    Mr. Katzenberg's home was designed by architects Rick Otto and Charles Gwathmey and constructed by renowned hotel builder New Star Construction. The interior was designed by Naomi Leff who designed…   See the Image

  • Park City Home of Jeffrey Katzenberg, Kitchen

    Bill Clinton ate here. So did Cameron Diaz, though the portions were small. Tom Cruise once cooked a breakfast of Mickey Mouse-shaped pancakes for dinner for Suri on the eight-burner chef-quality gas…   See the Image

  • Park City Home of Jeffrey Katzenberg, Porch

    If this porch could talk, no doubt Hedda Hopper would blush. Oh, to be the fly in Clinton's onion dip, the gnat in Cameron's smoothie...   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Traditional Mountain Home in Truckee, Calif.

    Designed for lively family gatherings, the home offers an open great room, kitchen and dining area, plus a media room off the kitchen.   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Traditional Mountain Home in Truckee, Calif.

    Located on a cul-de-sac adjacent to a golf course, this traditional mountain home offers privacy and picturesque mountain views. Asking price: $5,495,000   See the Image

  • Bedroom: Traditional Mountain Home in Truckee, Calif.

    One of four bedroom suites in the 4,546-square-foot home, this cozy space features vaulted ceilings and a fireplace.   See the Image

  • Keith Carradine's Telluride Estate

    The actor's sprawling Colorado estate boasts 180 degree views of Bear Creek and the Telluride Ski Resort.   See the Image