Broadway’s Terry Allen Kramer asks $135 million for Palm Beach mansion

On Palm Beach’s so-called Billionaire’s Row, a 37,516-square-foot mansion is being shopped around off-market with a nine-figure asking price: $135 million.

Called La Follia, the palatial estate belongs to Terry Allen Kramer, who produced the Broadway plays “Kinky Boots” and “The Elephant Man.”

A bit of exclusivity accompanies the hefty price tag; it’s the only property on the long, thin island that touches both the ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, according to the listing brokerage.

Touches of grandeur are found throughout the Italian Renaissance-style home, which was built by architect Jeff Smith in 1995. Elephant statues frame the wrought-iron gate entry, and a stone porte-cochere leads into the limestone-splashed foyer under 25-foot ceilings.

Tri-colored marble floors, coffered ceilings and custom millwork accent the elegant living spaces. There’s an ornate living room with a fireplace, a wood-paneled lounge with a wet bar, a breakfast nook with green-latticed walls and a tile-filled kitchen with a stainless steel-topped island.

A total of 13 bedrooms are spread across the H-shaped estate, which wraps around a grassy courtyard with a pool and spa. Arched loggias take in the scene, and dual staircases descend to a landscaped garden.

The nearly five-acre grounds are completed by a five-car garage, private boat dock and 210 feet of water frontage.

Gary Pohrer, Ashley McIntosh, Cara McClure, Lisa Wilkinson and Adam McPherson of Douglas Elliman Real Estate hold the listing.

Soap opera veteran Jensen Buchanan is ready for a clean break in Brentwood

Veteran soap opera actress Jensen Buchanan has listed a Brentwood home she owns through a trust for sale at $2.45 million.

The single-level Traditional, built in 1955, has an open floor plan, wood floors and vaulted ceilings. A fireplace anchors the living room. The kitchen has a beamed ceiling, stainless-steel appliances and an eat-at center island. There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

French doors at the back of the house open to a covered terrace, a pavilion and an outdoor kitchen. A stone bridge with a waterfall overlooks the pool and spa area.

Buchanan, 56, has appeared on such daytime soap operas as “Another World,” “As the World Turns,” “General Hospital” and “One Life to Live.”

She bought the property in 2016 for $1.9 million, public records show.

Jade Mills and Johnny Schell of Coldwell Banker are the listing agents.

Coast to coast: Wide receiver Randall Cobb swaps Virginia digs for Tarzana estate

Randall Cobb has gone coast to coast. After parting ways with his Virginia digs, the Green Bay Packers wideout has picked up a Traditional-style home in Southern California’s San Fernando Valley for about $4.76 million.

Located in Tarzana, the 7,000-square-foot house is around the same size as the contemporary-vibe home Cobb recently sold on the East Coast. In terms of amenities, however, the new place ups the ante quite a bit with a movie theater, a gym, a billiards room, a wine cellar, a swimming pool with a spa and full-sized basketball court.

With white siding and navy blue plantation shutters, the exterior wears a Cape Cod-style. Inside, coffered ceilings top hardwood floors across the open floor plan.

On the main level, there’s an indoor-outdoor living room with a fireplace, a double-island kitchen with a tile backsplash and a pair of chandelier-topped dining areas. Through pocketing doors, the space expands to include a covered patio with another fireplace.

Upstairs, both the master suite and loft open to private terraces that take in city-light views. There are five bedrooms and 5.75 bathrooms in total, including the detached guesthouse.

The home first listed in May for $5.495 million. Nick Tatone of Dilbeck Real Estate held the listing, according to the MLS.

After a standout career at Kentucky, Cobb was drafted by the Packers in the second round of the 2011 NFL draft. In eight seasons, he has 458 catches and 44 touchdowns, as well as a Pro Bowl trip in 2014.