Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon Sell Bel Air Home for $9 Million

The home, located at 3130 Antelo Road in Bel Air has a long list of A-list owners.  Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O’Neal called the place home until the 1999, when they sold the property for $2.7 million to music engineer/producer Allen Sides. In 2008, it hit the market again for $9.5 million - Mariah & Nick paid $7 million, shortly after their 2007 marriage.

The Bel Air estate sits on 3 acres, with sprawling views of the city. The 6 bed, 7 bath 13,000-square foot home features  a movie theater, gym, music studio, putting green, and basketball court, wide views of Beverly Hills and as far south as Laguna Beach, an infinity pool monogrammed with "MCN", a library and gym. There is also a dressing room with 1980s-style decor, including a mirror and wardrobe, that Fawcett used as her make-up room. 

Divorcing duo Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon originally listed the estate had been listed for $12.995 million. The buyers are Rudy and Niki Rezzadeh, a New York City-based doctor, who has relocated to the West Coast.