Celebrity Real Estate Roundup: Rosie O’Donnell, Jerry Bruckheimer, Jason Biggs

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It has been a busy week for some big names in Hollywood. Rosie O’Donnell, Jason Biggs and famed director and producer Jerry Bruckheimer all had their hands in some real estate dealings. Take a look!

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Big time director and producer Jerry Bruckheimer recently listed his architectural wonder in Los Angeles for $14.5 million. The seven-bedroom abode spans a sizeable 9,030-square-feet and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds. Many of the rooms have walls comprised of wall-to-ceiling windows, not leaving much to the imagination for anyone from the outside looking in. The home seems very industrial, mostly comprised of steel and concrete, but the large windows give it a great balance between the synthetic building materials and the gorgeous natural setting surrounding the home. The property also includes four fireplaces, an atrium, several ponds and an outdoor pool.

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