¿Dónde viven los famosos?


Encontrarse con una celebridad no es inusual cuando se recorren las calles de Los Ángeles. Tanto así que la historia de algunos vecindarios, como Beverly Hills, ha estado fuertemente ligada a la construcción de impresionantes mansiones que alojaron a famosos artistas desde la época dorada de Hollywood.

Con el paso del tiempo, lugares como Malibu y Pacific Palisades, han sido incluidos en la lista de zonas preferidas por las celebridades, atraídas por su magnífica ubicación, cercanía a la playa y sus impresionantes vistas. Esta situación ha sido muy bien aprovechada por empresarios del sector turístico, organizando recorridos guiados por las calles donde viven los artistas. Algunos de estos tours son:

– StarLine Tours.                                                                                                                                                 – Legends Of Hollywood Tours.
– Another Side Of Los Angeles.
– Hollywoodland Tours.

A continuación, encuentras algunos de los barrios angelinos que han sido elegidos por reconocidas estrellas del mundo del entretenimiento.

Bel Air

  • Jennifer Aniston.
  • Nicolas Cage.
  • Danny DeVito.
  • Fergie.
  • Kim Kardashian.
  • Heidi Klum.
  • Helen Hunt.
  • Meg Ryan

Beverly Hills

  • Jessica Alba.
  • Christina Aguilera: Mulholland Estates.
  • Christina Applegate.
  • Antonio Banderas.
  • David Beckham.
  •  Annette Bening: Mullholland Dr.
  • Halle Berry.
  • Courteney Cox.
  • Aaron Eckhart.
  • Kelsey Grammer.
  • Hugh Hefner: Mansión Playboy.
  • Nicole Kidman.
  • Adriana Lima.
  • Eddie Murphy.
  • Ryan Seacrest.
  • Jessica Simpson.
  • Britney Spears.
  • Gwen Stefani: Mulholland Dr.
  • Lisa Vanderpump.


  • Jessica Biel.
  • Jim Carrey.
  • Lauren Conrad.
  • Harrison Ford: Mandeville Canyon.
  • Goldie Hawn.
  • Avril Lavigne.
  • Alanis Morissette.
  • Conan O’Brien.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow: Mandeville Canyon.
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  • John Travolta.


  • Justin Bieber.
  • Alyssa Milano.

Hidden Hills

  • Jamie Foxx.
  • Jennifer Lopez.
  • Sharon y Ozzy Osbourne.
  • Denise Richards

Hollywood Hills

  • Chris Brown.
  • Sheryl Crow.
  • Leonardo DiCaprio.
  • Zac Efron.
  • America Ferrera.
  • Daisy Fuentes.
  • Angelina Jolie.
  • Ashton Kutcher.
  • Adam Levine.
  • Eva Mendes.
  • Amaury Nolasco.
  • Matthew Perry.
  • Winona Ryder.
  • Alicia Silverstone.
  • Channing Tatum.
  • Charlize Theron.
  • Justin Timberlake.
  • Dita Von Teese.

Los Feliz

  • Gerard Butler.
  • Colin Farrell.
  • Scarlett Johansson.
  • Robert Pattinson.
  • Charlie Sheen.


  • Pamela Anderson: Malibu Colony Road.
  • Cher.
  • Cindy Crawford.
  • Fran Drescher.
  • Sally Field.
  • Mel Gibson: Lavender Hill Farm.
  • Dustin Hoffman.
  • Anthony Hopkins.
  • Axl Rose: Malibu Pacifica Estates.
  • Will Smith.
  • Tori Spelling.
  • Barbra Streisand: Paradise Cove.

Pacific Palisades

  • Ben Affleck.
  • Bill Cosby.
  • Cuba Gooding Jr.
  • Kate Hudson: Amalfi Drive.
  • John Mayer.
  • Chris O’Donnell.
  • Dennis Quaid.
  • Adam Sandler.
  • Hilary Swank.

Palm Springs

  • Suzanne Somers.

Santa Monica

  • Ellen DeGeneres.

Studio City

  • George Clooney.
  • Erik Estrada.
  • Bruno Mars.
  • Ben Stiller.

West Hollywood

  • Javier Bardem.
  • Jason Bateman.
  • Emily Blunt.
  • Cameron Diaz.
  • Keanu Reeves.

*Fuente: http://enlosangeles.about.com/od/Vecindarios/a/donde-Viven-Los-Famosos.htm

‘Full House’ Creator Jeff Franklin Puts Sunset Strip Digs on the Market for $30 Million


Jeff Franklin is perhaps best known for creating one of the greatest family sitcoms aired in the ’90s—the comedic “Full House,” the show that gave famed Olsen twins Mary-Kate and Ashley their big break in Hollywood. John Stamos, who played charming “Uncle Jesse,” is reportedly striving to revive the popular show alongside co-stars Bob Saget and Dave Coulier.

Ironically, despite Franklin’s smashing success producing a show revolving around a very much lived-in home, his own Golden State residence is currently—well—empty.

Located at 1302 Collingwood Place, the four-bedroom, eight-bath contemporary is tucked in a secluded compound above the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. After residing in the ultra-contemporary home for over 20 years, the film producer, writer, and director has decided to unload the property—where the idea of his hit television series was born—for $30 million.

Franklin picked up a “rundown, dilapidated bachelor pad” on the lot in 1988, a year after the show’s pilot aired. After the real estate market folded, however, he decided to build a new structure on its grounds instead of attempting to sell the existing mess, hoping to build the great home the wonderful property deserved. The outcome was the creation of a spectacular house, in which he would go on to write many episodes and host numerous cast parties.

The residence, which is accompanied by a garage large enough to accommodate a dozen cars, offers immense privacy with its gated entrance and lack of close neighbors.

“I think it would attract somebody in the entertainment business,” Franklin says. “People are going to love being at the house.”

Fuente: hauteresidence.com