Jane Fonda’s house on the market

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What are you waiting for?

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As Ms. Stefani once famously sang, “What You Waiting For?”

Tucked behind a guard gated entry in the exclusive community “The Summit” and with a second gate leading to a 250-foot private driveway, this bold architectural boasts an enviable location on a ridge overlooking Beverly Hills and Studio City. It’s also the reported home of Gwen Stefani, which was recently listed for sale at $35 million, according to ForbesMansion Global and other news outlets. The listing is held by Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Beverly Hills and Stephen Shapiro of Westside Estate Agency Inc.

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Michael Bay has sold his Bel Air estate for a pretty profit

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“Transformers” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” director Michael Bay knows his way around a blockbuster, even when it comes to real estate.

The action-happy filmmaker has sold his home in the celebrity-preferred enclave of Bel Air in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that New York developer Zach Vella was the buyer of Bay’s residence, which was designed by late Bel Air Country Club and Santa Barbara Museum architect Jack Warner.

While the official sale price is unknown, Bay reportedly turned a tidy profit on the home, which listed for sale in December 2013 for $13.5 million. The director paid just $5.1 million for the property in 1999.