Jennifer Lawrence just scooped up the pop star's 5,500-square-foot pad for a cool $7 million!
The palacial estate has been the home of several celebs, including Ellen DeGeneres, Paul Hogan, and Hollywood powerhouse Rick Yorn!
Quirky actress Ellen Page scored tennis champ Venus Williams’ gated, single-story post and beam home in the exclusive Hollywood Hills for $1.7 million.
Visit radaronline.com to take a look inside the Juno star's new digs!
Khloe Keeps on Keeping Up!
The Biebs put his Calabasas, Calif., home up for sale in January after his numerous run-ins with neighbors and the law. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians reality star grabbed it for $7.2 million — netting a $1.2 profit for roublesome youth after only 2 years in the house.
Okay so see if you can follow this one! Before Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi decided that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's beachfront home in Malibu was where they wanted the paparazzi to follow them home to, they put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market. Ryan Seacrest (who has way too many titles to list) swooped in and bought DeGeneres' not-so-humble abode! (which had once been owned by another Hollywood heavyweight). Are you confused yet?
Soooo... how much money has been changing hands here?
And it turns out that Seacrest may have scored a friend-of-the-family discount as well. Contrary to reports that he is paying the full sticker price—$49 million—for the 2.87-acre property, industry sources report that $37 million was closer to the actual number.
DeGeneres and de Rossi swapped vows on the grounds the estate — which Ellen originally bought from Will & Grace cocreator Max Mutchnick for $29 million—in August 2008. And yes, Seacrest was a wedding guest!
The estate boasts a 9,200-square-foot main house, three guest homes, a pair of swimming pools, koi ponds and fruit trees.
And Ellen and Portia trended down... they paid a bargain $12 million for Brangelina's pad, which was originally listed for $13.5 million. We wish we had these problems!
Here's a rock and jock connection, NBA star Chris Paul and singer Avril Lavigne apparently have the same taste in real estate. The pop star Avril sold the marital home she shared with her ex-husband Deryck Whibley for a reported $8.5 million. The Canadian singer sold the sprawling Bel Air mansion to Chris Paul, who plays for the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team. The 12,184 square-foot Bel Air property has eight bedroom and ten bathrooms.
The Los Angeles Clippers point guard (traded from the New Orleans Hornets) layed down roots in LA by purchasing Lavigne’s Bel Air mansion. The 12,184-square-foot Mediterranean-style home (which was previously owned by Travis Barker of Blink-182 fame) went on the market at $9.5 million, but Paul got it for a modest $8.5 million. Paul’s new estate has eight bedrooms, 10 1/2 bathrooms, a 10-car garage, a wine cellar, and a gym. And, presumably, it will soon have a basketball court.
Via: The Daily Beast
In 2006, shortly after the birth of their son Kingston, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale paid around $15.5 million for a Beverly Hills home off Mulholland Drive. The house was once home to another pop diva: Jennifer Lopez, who sold the house to film producer Sam Nazarian in 2004.
The 10,000-sq.-ft., four-bedroom house, built in 1998, is in a gated community off Mulholland Drive and rests at the end of a 250-ft. driveway with its own gate. Former owner Nazarian said told The Wall Stree Journal that the ultra-private home is "designed for a celebrity." Also on the two-acre property: tennis and basketball courts, a swimming pool and a screening room. Nazarian, whose producing credits include last year's Edward Norton movie Down in the Valley, also owns restaurants, nightclubs and hotels, including nine in Los Angeles.
Less than three months after selling the $24 million home she shared with former husband Seal, Heidi Klum was already looking to upgrade. Reports say she's eyeing Jon Bon Jovi's swanky, $37.5 million six-bed SoHo penthouse.
We could blame her? Who wouldn't want the 7,452-square foot duplex's magnificent views of lower Manhattan? Klum's in known for her fondness of unique landscaping—she installed formal rose gardens in her former Brentwood, CA home—so we'll bet she's jumping at the chance to put her own touches on the penthouse's terraces, already the perfect place for post-Runway al fresco dining.
Rap star 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, bought this estate for $4.1 million from fighter Mike Tyson, who had his share of finacial woes.
Fast foward a few years and "Fity" had wanted to throw in the towel on this 37 bathroom/19 bedroom estate. The 50,000-square-foot mansion is on 17 acres and includes a gym, billiard rooms, racquetball courts and a disco with a "dancing room" featuring stripper poles. 50 Cent reportedly spent millions on improvements to the estate that was originally built by swindler Benajmin Sisti.