Celebrity homes come in all kinds of fabulous shapes, sizes and locations. Celebrities live in mansions, ranches and luxurious penthouse apartments. You'll find hollywood celebrity homes in California, New York, Paris, London and in dozens of exclusive towns worldwide. Here you can find lots of articles that take you inside real celebrity houses. See where all your favorite stars live and look at photos of their lavish mansions!
Weinstein began listing various properties for sale back in 2017, about six months before the bombshell reports of sexual assault allegations against him came out.
Ekkehart Hassels-Weiler went on a luxury real estate spending spree during the mid-2010s boom, including three penthouses at the top of 56 Leonard in Manhattan.
As you might expect from a house in "museum condition," the mansion known as Louwana has a pretty interesting history, and it's an impressive piece of architecture as well.
The house measures in at about 11,000 square feet, with a blend of architectural styles, primarily Hollywood Regency as well as the characteristic style of Palm Beach.
If the $275 million price turns out to be accurate, it would mean that Ken Griffin's world-record $238 million Manhattan penthouse purchase is no longer the most expensive price paid for a single residence.
The property in question is something of an infamous piece of real estate above and beyond its ownership, with a history of controversy in the neighborhood.
Richard and Michaela Parrillo built the mansion back in 2010, and the couple claim that they've invested some $65 million into both the land and the construction of the home.
$3.8 million isn't a bad price, considering the buyer is basically getting two houses for the price of one: a 4,705-square-foot main house and another smaller house at nearly 2,000 square feet.
Snowboarder extraordinaire Shaun White isn't just the most famous snowboarder in the world, he's also surprisingly successful in the real estate world as well.
Pfeiffer and husband David E Kelley found a buyer at a price of $22 million – not bad, but less than the $29.5 million they reportedly listed the property for back in the early part of 2018.
If you aren't familiar with the property known as Beverly House, by its proper name, you may be familiar with the house as it appears in in the 1972 film, The Godfather.
Built by the architecture firm of Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz in 2007, the Grid House was designed to be in more or less perfect harmony with the surrounding environment.
The Sunset Ridge main house, relatively new – having been designed collaboratively by its owner and local architect Bill Poss and built in 2014 – boasts seven bedrooms, eight full baths, and two half baths.
The centerpiece of the property is the 9,000-square-foot main house, with five bedrooms, plenty of space for entertaining, a playroom, a media room, and a spacious wine cellar.
The penthouse in question is one of 12 extremely luxurious units at Belgravia Gate, purported to be "Belgravia's answer to One Hyde Park."