Inside the Hurley House, designed by Greta Magnusson Grossman, built in 1958, and on the market for $1.795M.
LOS ANGELES—This week the Hurley House, a 1958 time capsule designed by Greta Magnusson Grossman, will open its doors for an estate sale of furniture and home decor. The brokers are no doubt hopeful that chair shoppers will turn into house hunters: the place is on the market for $1.795M. Sale runs Oct. 11 through 13. [Succor Estate Sales previously]
LOS ANGELES—Though Heidi Klum has shown interest in the property, Katy Perry has yet again PriceChopped the L.A. manse she bought with her now ex, Russell Brand, and never actually lived in. The pop star originally wanted $6.95M for the 8,835-square-foot mansion, then slashed it to $6.495M, and is now asking $5.988M. Not that lack of a sale has debilitated her: in May, Perry dropped $11.2M on two adjoining houses in Beverly Hills. [Trulia Luxe Living; previously]
NYC—Interior Design magazine has named the newest inductees to its Hall of Fame: architects Paul Masi and Harry Bates (the guys behind these beauts), Gensler's Collin Burry, and Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu of Neri&Hu Design and Research Office. [CurbedWire Inbox]