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Celeb real estate: Scarlett and Ryan list, Johnny Cash's final home for sale, Tae Bo guru Billy Blanks sells

By Erika Riggs, Zillow

ScarJo's and Ryan Reynolds' former love nest for sale


Scarlett Johannson and Ryan Reynolds' gorgeous former home.

When Scarlett Johannson and Ryan Reynolds announced their engagement in 2008, it seemed like an A-Lister match made in Hollywood heaven, akin to the beautiful pairing of Brad and Jennifer Aniston. Unfortunately, like Brad and Jen, the celebrity union didn't last and after three years of marriage, Scarlett and Ryan filed for divorce.

A little over six months after finalizing their divorce, the couple has cut another tie to their marriage and placed their Los Angeles home on the Los Feliz real estate market for $3.65 million

Named the "Wong House," Scarlett and Ryan's home is a classic mid-century modern home designed by Buff & Hensman in 1969. Perched on nearly half an acre, the glass-walled home features sprawling views of the city below. Typical of an outdoor California lifestyle, the home's enormous living areas open out to spacious decks, a salt-water pool, and grassy yard.

Tennessee home where Johnny Cash lived his final days for sale

Johnny Cash spent his final days at this ranch house.

One of the most famous homes in country music — or any musical genre, given the reach of Johnny Cash's career — was the home of Cash and his wife, June Carter Cash.

The property at 200 Claudill Drive in Hendersonville, Tenn. — which figured in the award-winning Cash biopic, "Walk The Line"  — was the Cash family's home for nearly all of their 35-year marriage. The massive, 13,880-square-foot home, runs along on Old Hickory Lake.

What is less known, however, is that Cash wound up living in the house he owned across the street at 185 Claudill Drive. The ranch home was built by the same architect, Braxton Dixon, and Cash had used it to house his own parents prior to their passing.

"He spent his last days there after it was harder for him to get around in a wheelchair in lake house,'' said Stan Peacock, whose father-in-law the — a former Grand Ole Opry musician — bought the house from the Cash family in 2004.

The ranch house, which was always referred to as "Mama Cash's house" because it was where Cash's mother lived, has been listed for sale on and off since 2009. It was last listed for $595,000. While it is not officially on the market right now, Peacock with Crye-Leike Realtors in Hendersonville said interested buyers could reach out to him.

In addition to being the place where Cash last stayed, the house at 185 Claudill Drive once housed some very unique Cash mementos, including the Gold Record for "I Walk The Line.''

Read more about Johnny Cash's house.

Tae Bo guru Billy Blanks sells Hidden Hills home for $7.3 million


Billy Blanks' former home opens out to a large pool and landscaped yard.

Jazzercise, Yoga, Pilates and Zumba — fitness crazes come and go, but none ruled the '90s more than Billy Blanks' Tae Bo home workout. Blanks' workout videos made him a household name and pop culture icon.

Blanks recently sold his home, which was listed on the Hidden Hills real estate market, pocketing close to $5.8 million in profit from the recent sale.

The home was initially listed with an asking price of $11.5 million back in October of 2008 after Blanks and his wife of 33 years divorced. Three years and several price cuts later, Blanks finally kicked free of his one-of-a -kind pad for $7.3 million.

Blanks' one-of-a-kind Mediterranean estate has more than enough room to work out in with over 16,000-square feet of living space, that includes 7 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. True to many multimillion dollar estates, the home includes over-the-top amenities like an indoor basketball court, massive home theater, game and piano rooms. The master suite includes a stone bath, and private balcony with staircase to the pool, spa and grotto. Surprisingly, the listing doesn't include a home gym.

Read more about Billy Blanks' home


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