Neda Mashouf, whose husband Manny founded the bebe women's retail chain and who herself once was bebe's vice chairman, has placed the five-bedroom, solar powered house in the flats of Beverly Hills, Calif. that she and her former husband once owned on the market for $4,700,000.

In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Mashouf's listing of the 3,865-square-foot house. Records show that the house just came on the market yesterday.

Built in 1924, Mashouf's house has four and a half baths, a kitchen with an oversized breakfast area and stainless steel appliances and granite, and a family room/bar, according to public records and listing information. Other features include a mster suite opening to the patio, oversized bedroom suites, and custom lighting, according to listing information. Outdoor features on the 0.28-acre (12,179-square-foot) property include lush and tropical landscaping, and a barbecue/patio area, according to public records and listing information.

Manny and Neda Mashouf divorced in 2006. Neda had been vice chairman of bebe and a key trend-spotter for the company before leaving the firm in 2006. They purchased the Beverly Hills house in 2006 for $4,100,000, shortly before their divorce, according to public records. The following year, Manny Mashouf quit-claimed his share in the Beverly Hills house to Neda, according to public records.

The Mashoufs' principal residence over the years has been a massive mansion in Los Angeles' Bel-Air area that measures a whopping 21,929 square feet and that was built in 2002, according to public records. Manny Mashouf now is the sole owner of that mansion, which they purchased in 2004 for $13,636,500, according to public records.