Posts tagged celebrity homes
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Trista and Ryan are one of the only happy endings that have lasted long beyond the final credits of the show. I was one of the 20 million viewers who tuned in to watch their pink wedding on TV in 2003. The couple now lives in Vail, Colorado. Last July they had their first baby, a son named Maxwell Alston. Here’s his nursery:
Via The Real Estalker:
Britney Spears has flopped her home in the Summit community of Beverly Hills back on the market yet again. Spears bought the home on what appears to have been a quick impulse back in 2007 during her more manic days and she’s been trying to sell off and on ever since. The home has been listed as high as $7.9 million last fall but now the six-bedroom villa is at a more realistic $6.499 million. Spears meanwhile has decamped to Calabasas when she’s not on tour. The new price means that she will likely lose money on the deal, Spears bought for $6.75 million when it was on the market for $7.2 million, but may be she’ll be glad to be rid of the home once it finally sells.
Latest Update: The house has still not sold, and the price has been slashed to $4.85 million.
According to People magazine, “The pop star, 26, has lived in the hilltop home for less than two years – and had to leave the house twice early this year to be forcibly hospitalized. Spears’s father Jamie, who remains in legal control of his daughter until Dec. 31, sought permission from a court in June to sell the home.”
Britney in fact wants a new starting and is planning a move to Calabasas, California, which is an hour’s drive north of Los Angeles.
Here the images (courtesy to hookedonhouses.net):
Suzanne Somers and her husband Alan Hamel have put thier Palm Springs compound on the market. They were originally asking for $35 million. However, it’s now decreased to $12.9. The house is located in a secluded canyon above downtown Palm Springs on a piece of 65 acres land.
According to Luxist:
The pair bought the land back in 1977, gradually enhancing the 65 acres with guest houses, an amphitheater, an updated pool and a renovated and expanded main house. Somers filled the home with a decor as exuberant as she is, French country touches keep company with velvet sofas, giant chandeliers and more than one zebra skin rug.
There are 7 different suites and houses. All of them are connected by rock terraces and natural gardens, so it’s a pretty unusual property. The grounds are stunning.
Any takers? You can also be one of them:
The master suite:
The outdoor ampitheater:
According to The Wall Street Journal, Sheen is in escrow to buy a property for £4.65m ($7.5 million USD) just a few blocks away from his current home. The home Sheen is allegedly purchasing is owned by Mike Medavoy, the producer behind the Academy Award-winning film “Black Swan.” The Mediterranean-style house (pictured below) sits on a half-acre lot, with nearly 10,000 sq ft, 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, both a game and media room, a library, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, and large living and dining areas. There is also an outdoor bar and kitchen just steps from the outdoor swimming pool.
Let’s take a photo tour:
Actress Meg Ryan put her home up for sale last October for $14.2 million, but after just two months, the listing was removed. But now, Ryan has posted a for rentsign on her Bel Air beauty and, as usual with celeb homes, the price is not cheap: $40,000/month!
Ryan’s Bel Air home is a classic, Spanish-style estate, built in 1931. It offers wide-open city and ocean views and resort-like grounds also offer privacy. Fanciful touches inside include open archways, stenciled and painted wood-beamed ceilings, tiles, ironwork, rich wood floors, doors and windows, and French doors that open to loggia, dining pavilion and expansive lawn.
According to Zillow’s price history chart, Ryan purchased this home in October 2000 for $8.5 million.
For years Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have led real estate gossips and the paparazzi on one of New York’s most epic housing hunts. For a while it looked like the West Village supercouple would be ditching Downtown for Central Park West, but cooler heads prevailed. Instead, they’re just shuffling east. The Observer reports that SJP and her Bueller are the mystery buyers who just paid a staggering $18.995 million for the incredible 25-foot-wide Greek Revival townhouse at 20 East 10th Street, between Fifth Avenue and University Place.
The evidence is circumstantial, yet convincing! Let’s see the photos of the house:
Gwyneth Paltrow, who is married to Chris Martin, has a house which is always refreshing when it comes to the big-time celebs. I think her house looks like it belongs to her, I thought I’d show the photos of her Hamptons house for those of you who missed them. This was the last cover of House & Garden before the mag folded in 2007:
Scroll down and let me know if you agree:
The sleek and contemporary townhouse in Chelsea, London, which belongs to the most popular Fashion designer Tom Ford, is on the market for £8.5 million (which equals to about $13 million U.S.D). He said, “If I lived in a one-room hut, every piece of grass that made the roof would be lined up in the right way.” Seeing this house makes me believe him!
In 2004 he left Gucci and YSL to start his own fashion house: Tom Ford. He’s popularly known for his ‘love of modern architecture’ and has commissioned houses from the Los Angeles firm of Marmol Radziner, the Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza, and the Japanese architect Tadao Ando. (Source.)
In an interview on CNN, Ford said he likes to “kick back mostly in my kitchen or my bedroom.”
Celebrity couple Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany have put their Limestone Mansion on the market for $8.5 million.
According to Sotheby’s International Realty, the Limestone Mansion consists of 9 bedrooms and 3.5 baths: “Here is an opportunity to own one of the all time great houses of New York built at the turn of the century. Located on a corner lot directly across from Prospect Park, sunlight fills the grandly proportioned rooms all day long through oversized windows.”