Late actor Ray Lotta’s longtime home has sold nearly a year after his death. After just one month on the market, the five bedroom/five-and-a-half bath home sold for $4,950,000. It was initially listed for $5,495,000.
The contemporary Mediterranean is tucked away in the coveted Summit of the Palisades Highlands, boasting ocean, canyon and mountain views. With more than 6,100 square feet of living space, the formal foyer is showcased by a sweeping iron-railed staircase and soaring two-story beamed and paneled ceiling.
The sprawling great room combines the family room and gourmet kitchen, which is home to a fireplace, professional appliances, large center island with breakfast bar, rotunda breakfast room, and walls of doors and windows that open to the lush exterior. The spacious primary suite features walls of glass to endless views, a balcony, sitting room, fireplace, walk-in closet and bathroom with dual vanities, separate bathtub and steam shower.
The backyard offers abundant covered and open patio space, a pool, spa, lawn, and corner pavilion with views spanning to the ocean and beyond.
Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Realty held the listing and repped the buyer along with Zach Quittman, also of Coldwell Banker.