'Dreamgirls,' 'Savages,' 'Swordfish' and 'Ali'
Chatsworth, Calif.: $12 million
People who live in glass houses don't throw stones. But they do rent out their homes to Hollywood.
And this quintessential Southern California beauty has had more than a few starring roles.
Besides serving as the glamorous celebrity dream home in "Dreamgirls," and a ruthless drug lord's crib in "Savages," it's also had starring turns in "Ali" and "Swordfish." Equally well-known on the small screen, it's appeared in "Mad Men" and "Californication."
Dubbed the "Farralone Estate," it's served as the backdrop to numerous commercials and music videos, says Lynn Teschner, estates director for Coldwell Banker Previews Beverly Hills.
In addition to a glass home on an estimated 14-acre hilltop with killer views and a pool (plus a guesthouse with its own private pool), it boasts something few homes can: a parking lot that can accommodate 200 cars. Which comes in handy when Hollywood comes to call.