“This is a party house.” Who doesn’t love it when Los Angeles Times’ Ruth Ryon drops a phrase like that? That’s Ryon talking about socialite/ Coca-Cola heir Alex Hitz’s 6,000-square-foot home (mentioned in our Celeb Round-Up). According to the Times, Hitz used to lease out the home to famous musicians who no doubt appreciated those nice bed linens after a long raucous night. Located on Sunset Plaza Drive, it’s listed at $7.5 million. · Sunset Plaza Drive [Official Site via Luxist.com] · Party house will have to rock on without him [La Times]

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