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Curry's purchase of the home, along with his wife Ayesha, seems to have been a quiet and completely off-market affair, and in fact, the mansion was reportedly never listed publicly at all.
The new acquisition, at 60 Blossom Way, was built back in 2000, based on a design by architect Peter Marino in a Polynesian-inspired style.
The house sprawls over 4,370 square feet, with five beds and four baths. Cassavetes first put it up for sale back in June, when it was priced at close to $4.8 million.
Adam Lambert, the singer-songwriter who's recently had the honor of joining the rock band Queen on the road, is selling his house on the West Hollywood Hills.
The "one of a kind" duplex is known as "Penthouse North," located at the top of the recently constructed tower at 565 Broome Street.
The penthouse is a luxurious waterfront spot in Tribeca, with cutting edge appliances and incredible views of New York through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows throughout.
River View Ranch has an interesting bit of history behind it, as its main house was built in the 1980s by Debbi Fields, better known as Mrs. Fields.
Koum is reported to be the 'anonymous' buyer of the home via two anonymous sources, but it certainly fits in with his well-known taste for upper-tier real estate.
Only half of Monster Lake Ranch's 9,000 acres are actually owned wholly by Kanye, as the other half are reportedly on a lease from Uncle Sam.
The property boasts "panoramic ocean views from La Jolla to San Clemente," as per its official real estate listing, which also purports that it "represents the best of San Diego."
The purchase isn't quite a done deal yet, but if no snags come up, the Obamas will be moving into a former home of Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck, its current owner.
Knudsen paid $5.5 million for the property in 2014, quickly adding two additional pieces of land to bring his estate up to 845 acres altogether.
Identified in its official real estate listing as High Point Estate, the mansion has six bedrooms and seven full baths, with another two partial bathrooms thrown in.
That puts Owlwood's current asking price at $115 million. Granted, that's still a bargain compared to the $180 million it was listed at a couple of years ago.