From LLNYC: While this charming home in Westchester, New York comes with a strong celebrity pedigree, it’s not exactly an auspicious one. It once served as the site where none other than Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller married in 1956. Their marriage didn’t end so well, but hey, the house is still really nice! It was in fact the home of Miller’s agent, Kay Brown; Monroe and Miller had already married in a civil ceremony in White Plains, …
From LLNYC: You either love him or you hate him, but either way Bernard-Henri Lévy doesn’t seem to care. The public intellectual, known often simply as BHL, is living it up — although all that jet-setting comes with problems. “I live part of my time in Paris, part of my time in New York, part of my time in Marrakech,” he told Bloomberg. “I have too many houses and too many places to be in the …
A post shared by Vince Vaughn (@vincevaughnofficial) on Jun 8, 2016 at 9:41am PDT From TRD LA: “Wedding Crashers” star Vince Vaughn has listed his own crash pad in the Hills for $2.7 million. The actor, who more recently appeared in “True Detective,” acquired the nearly 3,000-square-foot home from Kate Bosworth for $2.4 million three years ago, Variety reported. The farmhouse-style property has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and features a trellised front courtyard, a …
Songstress and famed meat-wearer Lady Gaga is reportedly looking for new digs in the Hamptons. The superstar was recently spotted house hunting at Gurney’s Residences in Montauk with her new beau Christian Carino, reports the New York Post. The duo twice toured a oceanfront, $5.9 million, three-bedroom spread. “The singer loved Montauk so much that she is considering buying there,” a source told the Post. Gurney’s has long been known as the tony go-to spa and resort at …
From LLNYC: Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., otherwise known as Lil Wayne, just sold his Miami Beach mansion for $10 million, taking a loss on the property that he paid $11.6 million for in 2011.
From LLNYC: When developer Patrik Mirahmadi bought Dean Martin‘s former Beverly Hills mansion at 2002 Loma Vista Drive three years ago, he wanted to make it even more fabulous. And from the looks of it, he has done just that.
From LLNYC: H. Jon Benjamin, the actor and comedian who voices Bob Belcher on FX’s “Bob’s Burgers” and Sterling Archer on Fox’s “Archer,” has just listed his apartment at 126 West 11th Street for $1.795 million, per city records.
Photographer Kevin Mazur is known for shooting musicians like Bob Dylan, Madonna and Ozzy Osbourne. Mazur recently listed his downtown loft at 620 Broadway for $3.39 million and we have look inside. Mazur, the co-founder of celebrity photo service WireImage, bought the unit for $1.75 million in 2007. The co-op boasts two bedrooms, 2,700 square feet, 11-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, an open chef’s kitchen, walk-in closets and a laundry room, according to the listing. Kristin Lukic and Gezelle …
From LLNYC: Barack Obama may no longer be the president, but that doesn’t mean he’s leaving Washington D.C. The ex-pres has bought the home he was leasing in the Kalorama section of D.C. for $8.1 million.
From LLNYC: John Hendricks, the founder of the Discovery Channel — home of the transcendent annual TV event known as “Shark Week” — just listed his sprawling ranch on the border of Utah and Colorado for $149 million.
From TRD Los Angeles: Comedian Craig Ferguson finally sealed the deal on his Malibu home in the gated community of Malibu Cove Colony, selling it for $5.95 million.
From LLNYC: It looks like Taylor Swift is going to have her best 4th of July party yet this year. Earlier this week, the Rhode Island Supreme Court ruled that landowners in part of Westerly are allowed to install fences in order to keep the public away from their two-mile stretch of beach.
From LLNYC: The West Village townhouse at 23 Cornelia Street that Taylor Swift rented while renovations were being done on her Tribeca apartment has just hit the market for $24.5 million.
From LLNYC: Well this may be the most expensive two-bedroom house we’ve ever heard of! “Hidden Figures” star Kevin Costner has just listed a tiny house he owns in Montecito, California for $60 million, according to People. Of course, the tiny house is not really what you’re buying; rather, it’s the 10 acres of land that come with it.
From LLNYC: Adam Eskin, CEO of the healthy cafeteria chain Dig Inn, just bought himself a three-bedroom condo in Tribeca for $3.6 million, according to public records. more
From LLNYC: The Old Saybrook, Connecticut estate built for Katharine Hepburn and her family in 1939 is back on market as two separate lots asking a total of $17.7 million. more … more
From LLNYC: There aren’t many people who can afford a $100 million property, and even less, it seems, who want to spend that much money on Michael Jackson’s weird Neverland estate. more … more
If you love heading upstate, then we have the listing for you. A grand home in the Adirondacks that once belonged to J.P. Morgan has hit the market. Built by Brooklynite William West Durant in 1895, Camp Uncas is on the market for $2.7 million, reduced from its original 2015 ask of $3.25 million, according to 6sqft. Durant sold the 1,500-acre property to Morgan in 1897, and Morgan kept the home for the next 50 … more
From Luxury Listings NYC: Sheila Rosenblum, head of the Lady Sheila Stables horse racing syndicate, has listed her spacious and newly-renovated duplex at Zeckendorf’s 515 Park Avenue for $35 million, per city records. more … more
From Luxury Listings NYC: When we first spotted this antique-filled penthouse in Soho, we knew someone super cool had to live in it. And it turns out we were right! Curbed first recognized the apartment as belonging to none other than Kirsten Dunst, who rented it out a few years ago for $12,500-a-month. Now, she’s put it up for sale for $5 million. more … more
From Luxury Listings NYC: The so-called “oracle of Omaha” has just listed his longtime home in Laguna Beach for $11 million. Buffett purchased it in 1971 for only $150,000. more … more
A few miles north of the George Washington Bridge along the cliffs of the Palisades in Rockland County is Snedens Landing. It’s easy to miss and that’s the point, because for years the hamlet has attracted A-list talent. Stars like Uma Thurman, Ethan Hawke, Angelina Jolie, Bill Murray and Mikhail Baryshnikov have called Snedens Landing home, earning it the nickname, “Hollywood on the Hudson,” according to the New York Post. And all that star power … more
From Luxury Listings NYC: “Mr. Robot” star Christian Slater sold a rather modest condominium unit he owned at 445 West 54th Street for $1.1 million. more … more
From Luxury Listings NYC: Fox News anchor Shepard Smith has listed his apartment at 65 West 13th Street for $4.9 million. more … more