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36,000-Acre Whitney Park Listed For $180 Million By New York's Whitney Family After More Than A Hundred Years Of Family Ownership
Whitney Park, the 36,000-acre estate named for the wealthy New York Whitney family that owned it for more than a hundred years, is being listed for sale by the estate of the late Marylou Whitney.
Unfortunately for the couple, the agreed-upon price, $18.75 million, was almost $10 million less than their asking price from when they listed the property in February.
After buying it from actor Jeremy Piven only last year, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have listed their 4,400-square-foot house in Malibu Beach with an asking price of $7.99 million.
The new Josh Schwartz home is a spacious 9,011-square-foot ranch style home with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and sits on an even more spacious 2.3-acre lot.
The Palm Beach waterfront compound where many of Epstein's alleged crimes took place was purchased by the financier in 1990 for $2.5 million, and now the asking price for the property is just shy of $22 million.
Capone spent his final years on the massive, 30,000-square-foot estate, dying there in 1947. The house itself measures in at 20,000 square feet, with seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and four half-baths.
The mansion, purposefully secluded from nearby prying eyes, was where Britney Spears lived after her divorce from Kevin Federline in 2007 until 2012, an infamously tumultuous period for the singer.
Here's The $27.5 Million Marin County Mansion Disgraced WeWork CEO Adam Neumann Just Hoisted Onto The Market
Two years ago, when WeWork was worth $40 billion, Adam Neumann plunked down $21 million on this mansion in Marin County, California, north of San Francisco. Now it's on the market…
The large estate designed by famed architect Richard Landry in the exclusive Beverly Park neighborhood of Beverly Hills has hit the market with an asking price of $32.5 million.
When Lambert bought the house back in 2014, he reportedly paid about $2.95 million for it, so he ended up taking a little bit of a bite on the property, especially if you factor in listing fees and other expenses.
The construction of a massive 52,000-square-foot home on Kanye's Wyoming ranch could turn the property into a home-away-from-home suitable for a music and fashion billionaire and his family.
The house, with its five bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, spread across more than 7,700 square feet of living space, is located on a .71-acre lot with more than 120 feet of waterfront.
The mansion, officially known as Second Star (a reference to the location of Peter Pan's home of Neverland), measures in at 17,000 square feet, with eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and plenty of amenities.
LeBron James just paid $40 million for an incredible Beverly Hills estate. I guess having a $20 million mansion in Brentwood wasn't enough!
Dean Koontz and his wife designed the large mansion themselves back in the early 2000s, and it's never been listed publicly for sale, which is why visual materials on the property are limited.