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Sharon Stone has listed her former home off Mulholland Drive at $739,000.
The actor, who co-stars in the upcoming movies The Muse with Albert Brooks and Simpatico with Jeff Bridges and Nick Nolte, has had the home on and off the market since 1995, when it was listed at $850,000.
Stone, 41, has owned the house since 1989, before she became one of Hollywood's hottest actresses with her role in Basic Instinct (1992).
She moved into a larger home in the Beverly Hills area soon after she bought it in 1995 for about $4.5-million. She also lives in San Francisco with her husband, Phil Bronstein, executive editor of the San Francisco Examiner. The couple married in early 1998.
The house Stone listed has one bedroom, a convertible den and walls of glass in slightly more than 1,900 square feet. Built in 1955 and renovated by Stone, the house also has private decks, gardens with a pathway and mountain views.
A Beverly Hills home owned at various times by actor Joan Collins, the late comedian Totie Fields and the late British actor Laurence Harvey is on the market at $5.45-million.
Collins sold the one-story 10,000-square-foot home in December 1993, after living there for seven years.
The estate, on 4 acres behind gates, has a projection room, two-story guest house and private drive.
Dancer-actor Barrie Chase, Fred Astaire's dancing partner in such movies as Daddy Long Legs (1955), and her husband, James Kaufman, have sold their Holmby Hills home of 25 years for $6.5-million.
The home, on 1.8 acres, was built in the 1920s and has an 8,000-square-foot main house, a guest apartment, a cottage, a motor court, a pool, a greenhouse and gardens.