Dick Wolf Pays $15 Million on House outside of Santa Barbara
For his most recent, production, “Law and Order’s” Dick Wolf didn’t make another spinoff. He purchased another house outside Santa Barbara.
The praised television producer paid $14.8 million for a spec home in Hope Ranch for his significant other, Noelle Lippman, as indicated by Yolanda’s Little Black Book. The two are supposedly in divorce proceedings.
The home, built on 2.3 acres of land, was finished in 2017 and had at first been asking $17.5 million. The 11,200-square-foot home is in a modern style with Spanish impacts. The grounds incorporate a 75-foot-long backyard pool and a cactus garden.
Hope Ranch is an unincorporated commmunity west of Santa Barbara, well known with equestrians for its in excess of two dozen miles of riding trails.
The area saw a surge in action a year ago after Montecito was hit by mudslides brought about by the Thomas Fire. The median sales cost had hopped 21 percent year-over-year to $3.4 million by mid-2018.
Hope Ranch is having a moment, yet it’s probably not going to unseat Montecito as Santa Barbara County’s premier neighborhood. Both the mudslides and the Skirball Fire recently 2017 impeded the market there, however it recouped quickly.
Wolf himself lives in Montecito.