Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Tamar Braxton Sells Calabasas Mansion for $1.25M Less Than Asking Price

*Tamar Braxton has finally unloaded her customized Calabasas, Calif., mansion for $9.25 million, Page Six reports.

After years of numerous liens filed against the property by the homeowner’s association and a few threats of foreclosure, the mansion came up for sale in April of this year, according to the report. It was also listed in 2017 but at $15 million.

The sale price is $1.25 million less than the $10.5 million Braxton and her estranged record executive husband Vincent Herbert paid back in April of 2013.

via Page Six:

The stately, 15,016-square-foot generically Mediterranean but Italianate-ish mansion sits on two gated and largely landscaped acres in the gated The Estates at The Oaks enclave inside the wealthy, guarded-gates of The Oaks of Calabasas development. In addition to seven en suite bedrooms and nine full and two half bathrooms, the estate property offers a gigantic 15-car subterranean garage, a handful of indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and a poolside guesthouse.

Check out more pics of the property below.

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In related news, Snoop Dogg and Tamar are hitting the stage together for a new play called “Redemption of a Dogg.”

“So me and uncle @SnoopDogg is going on tour singing, acting, rapping and being who are,” Braxton wrote on Instagram.

According to Page Six, the play is set against Snoop’s own music catalog and takes a close look at the struggle one man faces when he’s forced to choose between fame and fortune or faith and family.

Dogg and Braxton plan to take the production ‘cross country, making stops in Brooklyn, Atlanta, Memphis, Detroit and Norfolk, Virginia.

The first show kicks off in Houston October 5 and runs through the 7th.

Ny MaGee
Ny MaGee is an entertainment reporter with over 15 years of experience working in the film industry in areas including production and post-production, marketing, distribution, and acquisitions. She has worked for legendary film producer Roger Corman, Quentin Tarantino's production team at Miramax, the late Larry Flynt, MTV/ VH1, Hallmark Channel, Paramount, Jim Henson Co., Parade Magazine, and various LA-based companies representing above-the-line talent.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t get the real estate market sometimes – one day they sell a mere hill with nothing on it for several billions and now they are selling a pretty good house for the price that’s lower than it was expected.
    Guys, REALLY?!?!
    Or, you know sometimes I go through several real estate agencies and there are so many gorgeous houses for sale, but people say that they are too expensive, or something like that. And then they change their mind over some unassumingly small matters. Just the same situation happened when I was buying an apartment in Greece – everyone told me I’m insane to spend so much money on that and now guess what – they’ve been buying a house themselves! https://tranio.com/greece/peloponnese_western_greece_and_the_ionian_islands/corfu/?price_to=3000000&price_from=100000
    So, my point is – what’s with that attitude we’re giving everyone without knowing them?!

  2. We can speak a lot about the value of real estate. FE, about me: my family invest in real estate in Turkey, I just browse on real estate sites like this https://turk.estate/en/ and look for options for apartments in the development process, so everything is going pretty good, the price of real estate always increases year by year

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