ON THE MOVE
Paul Anka For just $10 million dollars, you can be the owner of Paul Anka’s Sherwood Country Club mansion. You’ll enjoy a state-of-the-art recording studio, billiard room, fully renovated eat-in kitchen, freestanding glass-walled home gym and an infinity pool, all found on six acres next to Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. The French-inspired, 8000-square-foot mansion sits behind a spacious motor court and a four-car garage while the property’s long driveway is guarded by rows of trees and privacy gates. The nearby Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course is an added bonus.
Or perhaps you’d rather settle into Diane Sawyer’s 20- acre beach compound in Martha’s Vineyard for $24 million. Known as “Chip Chop,” the 5000-square-foot main house has three bedrooms and 10 chimneys. The wood-shingled, New England-style main house was completed in the mid-1940s and is joined on the mile of private shoreline by a two-bedroom caretaker’s cottage, two additional cottages and two more detached guest bedroom suites known as the Pond and Ocean pavilions. There are also a swimming pool and Har-Tru tennis court on the premises.
What started out as a single 2500-square-foot Buckhead condo in 1992 grew to cover two floors and six units measuring 13,332 square feet. Not to mention accumulating multiple seating areas, four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and nine parking spaces along the way. And the spa-inspired en suite bathroom showcases eye-catching onyx details, mirrored walls, and a chandelier. Thirty-two years later, Elton John has put his 36th-floor residential masterpiece and its sweeping views of Atlanta on the market for $5 million.
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