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.
Five well-known faces are currently searching for tenants for their homes, both in the country and across the pond.
Jennifer Aniston just sprung for her third New York apartment this year alone. $9 million dollars later, the celeb is the new owner of a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half Gramercy Park apartment.
Brad Pitt listed his $13.75 million Malibu home months ago, but only recently were the images of his oceanfront bachelor pad made available.
The second most expensive house to ever be sold in San Francisco just went for a cool $29.5 million. Located on “Billionaire’s Row,” the expansive 11,000 square foot estate features six bedrooms, an outdoor pool and incredible views of the city.
Friends and Cougartown star Courtney Cox just purchased a high-floor condo in the star-studded Sierra Towers, located on the border of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, California.
Tianjin, China is getting a transformation of worldly proportions. “Xingyao Wuzhou,” translating to “Shining Star over Five Continents,” is an all-inclusive luxury community—with residences, offices, shopping and more—currently under construction.
FENDI Casa currently furnishes/stages a $30 million home situated in Bel Air at 755 Sarbonne in Bel Air. Decorated in pure luxury, the FENDI Casa signature double F logo can be found throughout mansion.