Actress Holly Robinson Peete and her husband, former Carolina Panthers quarterback Rodney Peete, have listed their 7,234-square-foot house in the gated Summit community in the area north of Beverly Hills, Calif. for $5,995,000.
The mansion that they have listed is in the same neighborhood where Britney Spears and Gwen Stefani recently have become homeowners, although as has been widely reported, Spears put her house there back on the market almost immediately after buying it.
Built in 1988, the seven-bedroom, contemporary-style house that the Peetes have listed, at 11964 Crest Place, has a living room with 18-foot ceilings, a family room with doors to a yard and pool, a new media room with a built-in wet bar, a master suite with a fireplace, a master bath with two large walk-in closets, an upstairs playroom, and a three-car garage, according to listing information. Other features include a stone entry and a large motor court, all on a 0.38-acre parcel, according to public records and listing information. Check out a spartan listing sheet for the house here.
The couple bought the house in 1997 for an undisclosed price.
Spears, who currently is in rehab, paid a reported $7.2 million—the final amount has not yet cleared public records yet—through her Love Shack Trust for her 7,453-square-foot house nearby at 12094 Summit Circle, and shortly after buying it put the house back on the market for $7.5 million. Stefani, meanwhile, paid $13.25 million in August 2006 through her Von Trapp Trust to buy her 9,001-square-foot mansion across the street from the Peetes’ house, at 11951 Crest Place, according to public records. Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez had owned Stefani’s house, which sits on a 1.97-acre parcel, through her Crest Place Trust from 2000 until selling it for $12.5 million, including furnishings, in 2004 to hospitality mogul Sam Nazarian, according to public records and news accounts.
Other stars who have lived in the neighborhood are Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, who owned the 7,858-square-foot house at 12095 Summit Circle from 1998 until he sold it in 2001 for $2,313,000, and singer Paul Anka, who in 2004 sold his longtime, 7,688-square-foot mansion at 12078 Summit Circle for its $5.9 million asking price to producer and philanthropist Kate Edelman Johnson, according to public records.