It's a pretty trusty rule of thumb that when you see a celebrity's home turn up in the pages of Architectural Digest, the next place you will see it pop up is on the market. Case in point, singer Sheryl Crow's compound in the Hollywood Hills, which was featured in AD's March 2011 issue and listed for sale today. Located in Wattles Park below Runyon Canyon, the 11-acre property contains three structures: a four-bedroom, three and a half-bath 1920s Spanish Colonial; a three-bedroom, three-bath 1909 Craftsman bungalow; and a two-bedroom cottage built in 1885. Per the listing, the main residence features a two-story entry with wrought iron staircase, step-down living room with original Spanish tiles and beamed ceilings, a wine cellar, a music room, an outdoor pergola with stone fireplace and BBQ. The listing also mentions a "Brazilian Ironwood bridge" that "transports you to trails of many types of mature trees," and that "the entire compound is tied together with canyon pathways, hiking trails, tee pee, campsite, playground, palapas and a resort style infinity pool." Asking price for the estate, which the singer acquired in two separate purchases between 1997 and 1999, is $15.95 million.
· Sheryl Crow's Hollywood Home [Architectural Digest]
· Vista Canyon Estate [Official Site]