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Looking for an East Hampton home to call your own? This one has a very special "presidential" twist – and a price tag of $54 million. The New York estate where a young Jackie Kennedy spent many of her summers, has recently been added to the market, listing at $53.99 million.
Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame shortstop Cal Ripken, Jr. is officially selling his northern Baltimore County estate, according to recent real estate listings. The real estate offering comes in the wake of Ripken's April divorce from his wife, Kelly, with the property listed for $12.5 million.
Last year, there was a bit of buzz when the CEO of Vice Media, Shane Smith, admitted to handing over such a large sum in exchange for a massive property located in Santa Monica, California. Smith told The Wall Street Journal that when his wife said she was convinced the SoCal sale was simply the perfect home, he paid up.
The new owner of a mansion once owned by Sonny and Cher is definitely singing 'I got you babe' right now, even if it cost $90 million to do it.
American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey's bank account is short $5.87 million, after she bought not one, but two homes on adjoining Hollywood Hills lots. "More is better" was certainly the motto,, when Del Rey snatched up a $3.77 million mansion following a $2.1 million closing on the single-family home next door.
Michael Phelps is enjoying life post-Rio Summer Olympics in more ways than one. Not only has the now 23-time gold medalist and recent first-time father officially announced his retirement, but he and his family will be able to celebrate success and indulge in ultimate relaxation in his $2.53 million desert dream home.
Adam Levine of The Voice and Maroon 5 fame and fortune and his wife and Victoria's Secret model, Behati Prinsloo, are having trouble unloading their family home, so they've lowered the price of their sumptuous Beverly Hills showplace to $15.95 million.
Beanie Baby billionaire Ty Warner wants you to check out the newest addition to his resort portfolio, but it will cost you. Opened in July, the Ty Warner Mansion comes complete with 28,000 square feet of oceanfront property, a personal spa and more – all for $35,000 a night.
Directing movies and serving as a high-profile fashion designer for the likes of James Bond just wasn't enough for the famed Tom Ford, he wanted to have his own movie set at his house. However, with the recent listing of his New Mexico property, living like a famous designer and having your own film set next door could be a very real possibility – if you can afford it.
In France, it is known as Palais Bulles (literally "Bubble Palace"). In the architectural world, it is known as a breakout showcase of futuristic living. At a steep cost of $455 million, it's known as the single most expensive property in the entire world.
The world was shocked when news of the death of famed musician Prince broke. Now Paisley Park, his well known $10 million Minnesota mansion that has become a literal memorial for fans, will be opening for public tours this fall.
Beach lovers will rejoice following one Academy Award winner's big reveal of his newest private island getaway in Belize. You may be familiar with his talents in the film industry, but did you know Francis Ford Coppola is out to make your next vacation the best one in the books?
CEO and businessman Gary Friedman's American home furnishings company, Restoration Hardware, is known for luxurious furnishing, stylish furniture and statement lighting – and so is his recently listed home.
Music exec L.A. Reid has a new hit – and this time, it's not one you'll find on the radio. The famous producer's latest score? Securing a swanky showplace in Los Angeles' Westside – one with a price tag nearing $18 million.
While his tricks are usually in the field of illusion, magician David Copperfield has set a real estate record for the city of Las Vegas by handing over $17.5 million for his new home.