will soon be seen outside of the house where Carole King lived during the heyday of her music career and which was later called home by actress Courtney Cox. The estate recently sold for $1.5 million.
The Hollywood Hills West home was featured in the cover art for King's album "Tapestry," which included the hit song "It's Too Late." The Normandy-style home was also owned by Courtney Cox during the late '80s.
The 3,832-square-foot mansion was built in 1926 and features a two-story rotunda, five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. A swimming pool, cabana and the plot's size of less than a quarter-acre attracted the buyer of the home, which was last sold in 1998 by Courtney Cox for more than $1.3 million.
The former homeowner and Grammy-winning King sold the property in 1982 for $400,000. She is currently planning on re-releasing four of her classic albums soon.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick was another star to recently make a move in the Hollywood Hills area, purchasing a home for $2.1 million.