Images via Realtor.com Realtor.com tips us off that the family of Armand Hammer--the man who ran Occidental Petroleum, founded the Westwood Museum, and guest-starred on "The Cosby Show" (link goes to a video)--is trying to sell three SoCal properties. One is the four bedroom, six bathroom Wallace Neff in Beverly Hills we saw when it was first listed in September 2010, and it's kind of nice to know that a swank art-collecting family like the Hammers sometimes dabbles in creepy Skymall butlers. The other two are a two bedroom, three bathroom unit in West Hollywood's Sierra Towers; and a four bedroom, six bathroom house in Montecito designed by George Washington Smith. In that last one, one of our sources is convinced that's a picture of Armand's great-grandson, actor Armie Hammer (the Winklevii in "The Social Network"), hanging over the fireplace. The Neff has been chopped and is listed at $15.9 million, the Sierra Towers condo is asking $3.95 million, and the Montecito property is $6.25 million.
· Armand Hammer Family Lists $26 Million in Houses (PHOTOS) [Realtor.com]
· "Enhanced" Wallace Neff in Beverly Hills for $18 Million [Curbed LA]