Quite a bit of activity at the higher end, reports THR's Daniel Miller. Among the listings hitting the market:
--The Bel-Air house of fired UCLA football coach Rick Neuheisel (listed for $4.995 million)
--Bel-Air residence previously owned by Merv Griffin ($6.995 million)
--Hidden Hills estate of of Miramax Films co-owner Ron Tutor ($9.995 million). Tutor's property recently had been home to Britney Spears, who was renting the place.
Then there's the Bel-Air home once owned by Judy Garland that's hitting the market for $7.1 million about a year after trading hands for $5.2 million. Seller is Stephanie Booth Murray, who is the great-great granddaughter of Harrison Gray Otis, the first editor of the LAT. From the Reporter:
Famed Southern California architect Wallace Neff designed the Stone Canyon Road residence for Garland in 1938 -- the same year the actress was cast as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. The property will be listed this week, said agent Hugh Evans of brokerage Partners Trust, who represents Murray and will have the listing. Evans represented the undisclosed seller when Murray acquired the 5,513-square-foot residence last year and said that at the time, the property's Hollywood history piqued the interest of several prospective buyers. Garland moved into the five-bedroom house in 1939 and lived at the property for nearly a decade with her mother. Later, it was rented to both Quincy Jones and the late Marvin Gaye.
Here's what it looks like: