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POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) March 01, 2021
“February's Top 10 Celebrity Real Estate News”
“Justin Bieber Sells His Beverly Hills Home”
Justin Bieber just sold his Beverly Hills home that he bought soon after he married Hailey Baldwin in 2018. Justin sold the 6,132-square-foot home with ocean views for $7.955 million and included all the furniture in the sale. Justin and Hailey bought a larger Beverly Hills home in August for $26 million, which they moved to, and then put their newlywed home on the market in October.
“VP Harris Has Left Her San Francisco Apartment”
VP Kamala Harris has sold her San Francisco loft condo in just one week, according to "The Wall Street Journal." The vice president bought the one-bedroom apartment in 2004 for $489,000 when she was working as a city attorney. Her asking price was $799,000.
“Matt Damon's Pacific Palisades Mansion”
Matt Damon and his family are moving to their penthouse in Brooklyn, and have put their Pacific Palisades mansion on the market at $21 million. Their current 13,508-square-foot California home has seven bedrooms and 10 baths, center atrium with soaring 35-foot mahogany ceilings, movable glass walls, chef’s kitchen with bluestone countertops, and a master suite with its own private terrace. Also included is a game room, bar office, staff quarters, wine storage and tasting room, and a media room. Outside is a pool, spa, waterfall, koi pond and Hawaiian-style covered lanai.
“Tim & Faith's Bahamas Island For Sale”
A Bahamas Island that Tim McGraw and Faith Hill own is for sale. According to "People" magazine, Tim and Faith bought the island in 2003 and then spent years improving the property until they moved there in 2012. According to "People," the country stars bought the property when it was not much more than a shack and added infrastructure and multiple buildings on the 20-acre island.
“Frank Sinatra’s Rat Pack Desert Hideaway”
What a wild time it was! In the 1960s, Frank Sinatra’s Rat Pack friends were setting Las Vegas on fire with their hugely popular casino shows. To escape the stress of the business, Frank Sinatra's home, Villa Maggio, was built and named after his 1954 Academy-Award-winning role as Private Angelo Maggio in "From Here to Eternity." Villa Maggio’s 10-acre compound of three buildings is perched on a craggy hilltop surrounded by boulders and big views. Built in a rustic style with calming warm woods, local stone, and seven stone fireplaces in the main house, it has two kitchens, dining and living rooms, a den, five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a deck overlooking the view. Frank's former home is now for sale at $4.25 million.
“Chiefs Patrick Mahomes Plans Special Home”
Although he may have lost the Super Bowl, with his new ten-year contract, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes plans to build an over-the-top home in Kansas City with a half-size indoor football field and a basketball court.
“Britney Spears' Shaved-Head Home”
The Britney Spears home that she bought in 2007 after her divorce from Kevin Federline has sold for $6.1 million. It was where she was living when she visited a local hair salon and ordered up her shaved head. Built in 2001 and measuring in at almost 7,500 square feet, Britney lived in the six-bedroom, Beverly Hills home until 2012 when she sold it at a $2 million loss.
“Greg Norman's Jupiter Compound Sells Fast”
Well, that was fast! Greg Norman listed his Jupiter, Florida oceanfront compound with 10 bedrooms and 18 baths in January for $60 million, and it has already sold. Greg bought the home in 1991 for $4.9 million and then spent millions more on the almost 32,000-square-foot home with tennis court, and tennis house and 172 feet of oceanfront.
“Sandra Bullock's Sweet Georgia Home”
Sandra Bullock isn’t just America’s sweetheart, an Oscar-winning actress and great mom, she’s also a real estate mogul with properties from coast to coast, who has invested her money and time wisely. She put her charming Tybee Island, Georgia home up for sale in the spring of 2019, which just sold.
“Elvis Presley's House of Tomorrow Sold”
Elvis Presley's Palm Springs home where Elvis and Priscilla Presley spent their honeymoon and lived for a while in the 1960s has sold for $2.6 million. The home was featured in a 1962 "Look" magazine article as "The House of Tomorrow." Elvis leased the home for several years, within commuting distance of Los Angeles and his career movie and recording demands.