There’s a new buzz surrounding Twilight stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, and it’s not just because Breaking Dawn finally hit the box office.
Record producer David Anderle has put his longtime Hollywood Hills home on the market for $4.75 million. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom Spanish-style villa was built in the 1920’s and once served as a speakeasy. It also boasts 3,813 square feet of living space, decorative tile work, and sits on a third of an acre.
The Greenwich Village townhouse at 64 Perry Street, which boasts the facade and well known door steps that served as the setting of Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment in “Sex in the City” in its first three seasons, has sold for $9 million, according to New York City records.
Sanford “Sandy” Weill, chief executive (and former chairman) of Citigroup, and wife Joan have put their magnificent NYC penthouse on the market. The mansion-esque residence has much to offer, but is it worth $88 mil?
Things are looking up for car lovers in Miami. Germany-based Porsche Design Group and local developer Gil Dezer have joined forces to create the world’s first condominium complex with elevators that transport residents directly to their units … without ever having to step foot outside their cars.
Dezer Properties and Porsche Design are partnering to create a new condo tower in Sunny Isles Beach. The round, 57-story property will be Porsche Design’s first endeavor in condo development.
Founder of luxury conglomerate PPR François Pinault has just purchased a $32 million historic mansion in the Chelsea neighborhood of London.
Charlie Sheen is having a “winning” week. The actor’s house –not the famed Mulholland Estates enclave, but rather a 1927 L.A. mini-mansion purchased in 2007 with third ex-wife Brooke Mueller, was purchased by The Big Bang Theory actor Simon Helberg and his wife Jocelyn Towne.
These five properties are as expensive and luxurious as they get, but is it worth it?
Steve Jobs’ English countryside-eqsue abode on Waverly Street in Palo Alto is just as inspiring as the Apple CEO was. True to the 1930’s Tudor style, the humble home sits in a quiet, serene neighborhood and spans across a half-acre.