The youngest Kardashian sister is reportedly moving out, but won’t be far from her mother and sisters.
This waterfront home bears some resemblance to Capt. von Trapp’s residence in “The Sound of Music.”
The singer was building a smaller home nearby when he died in December. The ranch is now on the market for $850,000 less than it listed for last spring.
The “Hope” singer’s new home was built in 2000 but exudes vintage charm.
The “Magic Mike” and “Foxcatcher” star bought a 6-bedroom Cape Cod on a one-acre spread in the 90210 ZIP code.
Janney, Seles, King and Caan listed homes, while music mogul Clive Davis bought two condos at once in Manhattan.
The home possesses quintessential loft charm, thanks to exposed brick walls, high wood-beamed ceilings and original cast-iron columns.
In the Oscar-nominated film, this home stands in for a historically important house in Selma where King met with civil rights leaders and watched on television as President Johnson announced the Voting Rights Act.
The Gulf-front property has 100 feet of beachfront, a poolside loggia and a private boat dock.
The Oscar winner paid $315,000 for the duplex in 1998.
The nearly 10,000-square-foot home sits on one of Los Angeles’ coveted “bird streets” with magnificent views.
“The Internship” star has been trying for four years to sell his three-story Magnificent Mile penthouse with views of downtown Chicago and Lake Michigan.
The actor received $1.85 million less than he was asking for the home, which has sliding glass walls and a pool overlooking Malibu Pier.
The centerpiece of this opulent home, which features five fireplaces and views of Central Park, are a ballroom and music room with 23-foot ceilings.
The First Lady talked her husband into letting her build this equestrian estate, which the family visited only three times before JFK’s death.