According to The Real Estalker Leeza Gibbons roams on the Beverly Hills real estate market. Over the years, starting with the late 2006 to late August 2013 Talk Show host and her husbands (her last husband – Steven Fenton is fourth) dealed with real estates. As the title say “Leeza Gibbons Tries to Sell, Leases, Buys, Buys Again, Tries to Sell Again, Sells, and Buys Again…” Now, Gibbons splashed out $7,690,000 for a classy, clapboard-sided fixer upper on a much-coveted, tree-lined street in the flats of Beverly Hills. Her new residence is located on one of the best blocks on one of the best streets in all of the Beverly Hills flats.
Official listing details don’t show the square footage of the center hall traditional but do indicate the well preserved (if wan) residence was built in 1927 and sits on a mid-block lot that’s all but half an acre. There are a total of seven bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms divided between the main house and a detached guest house at the back of the property.
Other details include tightly curved floating staircase, original moldings, and honey-toned wood floors in the bullet-shaped center hall foyer, white raised panel cabinetry, flecked dark grey granite counter tops, tile back splashes, and a full suite of high-grade appliances including a six (or maybe eight) burner commercial-style range. In addition to the ones in the living room and library there are at least two more fireplaces in the main house. Also, there are a trellis-shaded veranda, multi-level red brick terraces, a simple rectangular swimming pool and a rose garden planted with a few fig trees. A long driveway runs from the street to the extreme rear of the parcel where there’s a car park area next to the aforementioned guest house that has yet another fireplace.
Some of the Gibbons’ nearest neighbors in Beverly Hills now include lauded lyricists Alan and Marilyn Bergman, film and television producer Tony Krantz, model/socialite Christina Estrada Juffali—she once dated Prince Andrew and is the ex-wife of a Saudi billionaire Walid Juffali, philanthropic theater heiress Victoria Mann Simms, nail polish tycoon George Schaeffer, and Gabonese political power players Pascaline Bongo Ondimba and Paul Toungui.