September’s Top 10 Celebrity Real Estate News: Jessica Simpson, Marilyn Monroe & Trevor NoahPosted: October 1, 2023 | Source: www.prweb.com
September’s Top 10 Celebrity Real Estate News
Gisele Bündchen Buys Florida Equestrian Estate
Gisele Bündchen is the new owner of a 7.5-acre equestrian ranch in Southwest Ranches, Florida. Gisele’s new home is a full remodel with nine bedrooms, soccer facilities, tennis courts, an infinity pool, and 10 large horse stalls. According to public records, Gisele paid $9.1 million for the ranch. Gisele has owned multiple properties with her former husband, Tom Brady, in New York, Massachusetts, Montana and Florida and she recently purchased a $11.5 million home in Surfside, Florida – just across the water from Tom’s home in Indian Creek.
Jessica Simpson’s Hidden Hills Home
Jessica Simpson has listed her longtime Hidden Hills home for $22 million. Jessica bought the seven-bedroom home in 2013 from Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne for $11.5 million.
The Legendary Howard Hughes’ Hollywood Mansion
Howard Hughes was a brilliant entrepreneur whose interests included aviation, film production, and real estate. Nearly 100 years after his move to Los Angeles, the Hancock Park house where Howard lived when he produced his biggest movies has hit the market for $23 million. Hughes’s life was depicted in the 2004 movie “The Aviator” starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
Mary Tyler Moore’s Longtime Connecticut Home
One of America’s all-time favorite comedies, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” aired on CBS from 1970 to 1977. Mary played the lead as Mary Richards, a 30-year-old single woman whose top priority was not getting married, but establishing a career and getting the most out of her single lifestyle. Her longtime home in Greenwich, Connecticut is for sale at $21.9 million. The property, built in the late 1800s but recently fully restored and enlarged, includes five bedrooms and almost 14,000 square feet on 7.37 acres.
Brady Bunch Home Sells To Big Fan
The Los Angeles split-level house that was the TV home for the 1970’s “The Brady Bunch” has sold for $3.2 million to a super fan of the show. The fan-buyer is Tina Trahan who is the wife of former HBO chief executive Chris Albrecht.
Cher’s La Gorce Island Mansion She Decorated
In 1993, Cher purchased a home on South Florida’s exclusive La Gorce Island, added her own unique interior design, and three years later sold the stunning 12,450-square-foot mansion to Calvin Klein co-founder Barry K. Schwartz. On the market again, Cher’s former home has been listed for $42.5 million.
Marilyn Monroe’s Home Headed For Demolition
The only home Marilyn Monroe ever owned was a Mediterranean-style home in LA’s Brentwood neighborhood she bought in 1962, just a few months before her overdose death from sleeping pills. The home may be headed to the wrecking ball.
‘Señorita’ Songwriter Sells Gorgeous 1930’s LA Home
One of today’s most successful songwriters, Ali Tamposi, wrote or co-wrote a number of blockbuster songs, including Kelly Clarkson’s mega-hit, “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You),” Camila Cabello’s “Havana,” and “Señorita” for Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello. Tamposi recently sold her classic Mediterranean-style home that she bought in 2017.
Andie MacDowell Lists Storybook Home
Actress-and-model Andie MacDowell has listed her LA home for $3.999 million. Located in LA’s Silver Lake neighborhood, the five-bedroom home is one of the city’s whimsical storybook homes. Homes that depicted popular and folksy designs such as castles and fairy tales.
Trevor Noah Sells New York Apartment
Trevor Noah has sold his Manhattan apartment for $9.5 million. The three-bedroom, 3,600-square-foot apartment, located near Central Park and the Lincoln Center, was designed in the 1920s by Ralph Thomas Walker, who was recognized in 1957 by The New York Times as the “Architect of the Century.”
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