This stunning property is something that could come right out of a science fiction movie. It is one of those once-in-a-lifetime properties that real estate enthusiasts hope to find on the market.
Imagine, for a moment, a glass-walled penthouse overlooking Central Park. The home, reported to have six-bedrooms and 10,923 square feet of living space, will be located at the top of what will be New York’s largest luxury condo.
The home where the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, died is back on the market for sale at an asking price of $23.9 million.
Designer Kelly Wearstler, a well-regarded fashion and home wares designer, has listed her Beverly Hills mansion for a staggering $39 Million.
Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz have re-listed their SoHo duplex for $17.95 million, looking to make a tidy little profit.
Jack Nicholson and producer/director Lou Adler have co-owned a spectacular home in Aspen, Colorado since 1980. Now 32 years later, the friends have decided to let go of the traditional Victorian-style home for $15 million.
After sharing a pricey apartment with Raffaello Follieri, Anne Hathaway has left their love nest and moved to an apartment in the very exclusive Brooklyn building 1 Main Street.
Olympic swimming sensation Michael Phelps has placed his 4,000-square-foot condo on the market.
Rapper Aubrey “Drake” Graham put his two Miami, Florida condos on the market this past January after only one year from date of purchase. After putting down $1.9 million for them, one buyer took them off his hands for $2.4 million.
What do these iconic actors have in common? They have all called the 5,513-square-foot house nestled on Bel-Air’s famous Stone Canyon Road home.