Marc Anthony Shaves $1 Million Off the Original Asking Price of His Colonial-Style Los Angeles Home

The Grammy winner first listed the 6,590-square-foot home for $4.3 million back in 2015, but after a few attempts to sell it, has put it on the market for $3.3 million


Marc Anthony is looking for someone to come to his rescue. The Grammy winner recently dropped the price of his Tarzana, California, home to $1 million below his original $4.3 million asking price: He is now asking $3.3 million for the 6,590-square-foot home which he first listed in August 2015. Anthony originally put the property on the market less than one year after he purchased the home for $4.1 million. When the house failed to garner any serious interest, Anthony dropped the price to $4.1 million, and then to $3.9 million. Earlier this month, the musician slashed the price once more.

The home itself is quite impressive, despite the lack of buyer interest thus far: The five-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom Colonial-style house has its own privacy gates that lead up a wide driveway to a four-car garage. Inside, the foyer opens to a family room, an informal dining area, a library, and a living room, where a stacked stone fireplace is flanked on either side by built-in glass cabinets. A set of French doors leads out to the covered patio and backyard. The first floor also feature a kitchen with two Calcutta marble islands, a wine fridge, and a double Sub-Zero refrigerator.

The second floor is where the master bedroom suite is located, boasting a master bath with a soaking tub and a walk-in closet with glass doors. The bedroom opens out onto a wide balcony overlooking the backyard, where there is a huge pool, gas fire pit, kitchen, and gazebo.

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In addition to the Tarzana home, Anthony also owns a relaxing getaway in the Dominican Republic called Casa de Campo resort. There, Anthony and his wife, model Shannon de Lima Muñiz, have a compound that includes a 10,000-square-foot main residence, a number of bungalows, pavilions, and cabanas, and can sleep up to 24 guests.

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