Sometimes when we play Through The Keyhole at a celebrity’s home, we come out feeling nothing short of sick with jealousy.
And Cindy Crawford’s Malibu pad, just sold for $13million, is one such envy-inducing house. Set on 1.4 acres of woodland the property boasts 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and sprawls over 3,650 square feet.
With oak floors, clean white linens and tons of airy living space, it fits in pretty perfectly with its natural surroundings.And if the stunning décor, lagoon-look pool and paradise-style gardens weren’t enough to work you up, then get this – the supermodel and her husband Rande Gerber bought it last year for *just* $6million, meaning that they’ve made a cool $7million on the remodel.
The new owner will have some pretty amazing neighbours, too, as Cindy lived next door to Julia Roberts and in the same cul-de-sac as Gwyneth Paltrow and Red Hot Chilli Peppers star Chad Smith.
Curious about what it’s like to walk a mile in Gigi Hadid’s shoes? What about 935 square feet in her apartment? The supermodel just listed her five-room New York City home, which means that for a cool $2.45 million. That’s just $490,000 per room, bathrooms included.
NYC pricing notwithstanding, the apartment really is a beauty, in a building that sits right on the trendy Bowery—and it has a walk-in closet.
And while the pictures on the listing sure are lovely, you only need to peruse Gigi’s Instagram feed to see how good it looks when styled to supermodel standards. (We think mom Yolanda Foster lent her impeccable taste as well.)
Aside from a few Instagram posts, Taylor Swift’s New York City apartment has remained a mystery—until now.Swift purchased the $20 million Tribeca penthouse in 2014, but Street Easy only just released photos from inside the 8,300 square-foot apartment.
The country-inspired 7 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom space boasts wooden floors, wide-beam ceilings and a marble kitchen ideal for baking parties with the girl squad, of course.
In homage to her Nashville roots, the 1989 singer’s pad has some serious rustic vibes—bringing the comfort of southern living into the big city.
The penthouse’s wooden floors and motifs are complemented by rich crimson walls and a cascading staircase that would be equally at home in a Victorian mansion. Plus, a large living room and fireplace area equipped with several couches and a seating space is ideal for all those star-studded parties the singer is known to host.
Julia Roberts may be on her way to becoming a one-home kind of woman. The beloved actress is looking to sell her Greenwich Village apartment for $4.5 million, according to 6sqft.com, and her Hawaiian home is currently on the market for $30 million as well.
6sqft.com reports that Roberts is also renting out her other NYC home, in Gramercy Park, which means her California home could be the actress and her family’s primary, and possibly only, residence.
Roberts purchased the three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse in 2010 for just under $3.9 million, so she and her husband Danny Moder stand to make a modest (by Hollywood standards, that is) profit of $600,000 if they sell the co-op for the full asking price.
The apartment includes a spacious terrace with beautiful views of New York City, as well as a wood-burning fireplace in the living room.
Fleur de Lys, located at 350 Carolwood Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90077, was completed in 2002, but Saperstein soon divorced her Metro Networks husband, David Saperstein, prompting her in 2007 to first list the over-the-top property, which sits in between the Holmby Hills, Bel-Air and Beverly Hills area called the Platinum Triangle.
The home was styled after the Vaux-le-Vicomte palace on the outskirts of Paris, and it took its place among the most outrageous custom-built properties in America, right up there with the famed 90,000-square-foot Versailles mansion that was the star of the documentary “The Queen of Versailles.”
Fleur de Lys may have taken years to sell, but it certainly got its fair share of publicity and interest over the years. At one point in 2009, singer Mariah Carey and her husband, Nick Cannon, were said to be trying to work out a purchase. The estate has also been used for film shoots for TV commercials, shows and movies, including “The Green Hornet.”
The home is set back off the road by a long driveway behind iron gates and reverberates with Old World grandeur. There are 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, gold-embossed leather wall coverings, gold-leaf crown moldings, a ballroom, two kitchens and a 50-seat screening room. No amenity was left off the punch list. There’s also a pool house with kitchen, massage room, gym, three-bed manager’s house, staff quarters and a nine-car garage.
According to the Los Angeles Times, it is the highest-priced home sale in Los Angeles County. If the buyer is Milken, he beat out three other billionaires who engaged in a bidding war once the $125 million price threshold was tossed aside in favor of anything “reasonable” to get the estate sold.