It's fit for a queen.
After getting no bites on his "entertainer's dream home" last year, the actor is trying a new approach.
Revamped by the architects at Ike Kligerman Barkley and designer Monique Gibson, the seasoned journalist's Manhattan home is full of custom details.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
High above the city, the three-bedroom condo presents a sleek and airy vibe along with views of the Santa Monica mountains.
Christina Nielsen remodels a kitchen/dining room in an English manor house.
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