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The two got photographed at their new place, and it made them realize they needed something a little more secluded for themselves and their family.
Michaels's home was built in 1990, a three-story minimalist-modern structure with plenty of glass and a floating staircase in steel and glass continuing the vibe inside.
The lot is already shovel-ready, and it comes with licenses to go unusually deep under the ground for the area, with room for a whole "subterranean level" if the new owner desires it.
The reason this home was purchased was so his wife Crystal would have a place to live after he died, as he was not the legal owner of the Playboy Mansion.
Wiz will in fact be the first person to own the home, as it reportedly replaces a house from the 1950s that previously occupied the lot.
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The 25,000-square-foot estate is stacked with goodies, so the potential for a pretty good bargain to be had here, at least compared to the previous asking prices.
After just ten months in what the New York City penthouse, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are looking to sell the 432 Park Avenue penthouse in search of "grander digs downtown."
Mayo bought the house in brighter times, back in 2013, right after signing a three-year deal with the Bucks for some $24 million.
Less than a year after buying a NYC penthouse for $44 million, F1 superstar driver Lewis Hamilton just bought a second apartment, this time for $40 million.
The 4,700 square foot unit is part of a building in Miami known as the "Billionaire Beach Bunker," a moniker well earned by attracting a murderer's row of ultrawealthy tenants.
Casa Birdman has ten bedrooms, multiple suites for guests, not just one but two wine cellars, a private home movie theater, and a full chef's kitchen with pizza oven.
The home measures in at 35,000 square feet, but it's O'Nealean in its intangible proportions as well, with one-of-a-kind touches like the 6,000-square-foot indoor basketball court personalized as "Shaq Center."