Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s spread in Beverly Hills has officially hit the MLS today with a somewhat surprising listing price. A listing first appeared on Westside Estate Agency’s website back in May, with that old tease “price available on request,” and Real Estalker heard rumors then that the main house was going for $49 million while the whole thing was asking $60 million. The legit compound includes a 9,200 square foot main house, two guesthouses totaling about 15,000 square feet, a three bedroom house, and, according to the listing, “every conceivable amenity and state-of the-art security.” And it’s all on 2.87 acres off of Coldwater Canyon, behind gates on its own street. RE estimates that the pair laid out about $48 million to assemble the estate starting in 2007. And now, according to Redfin, the asking price on the whole damn thing is just $49 million. · Ellen Degeneres Confirms Rumors, Lists Beverly Hills Compound [Real Estalker]

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