Looking to live like Michael Jordan in Chicago? How about Brad and Angelina in New Orleans? These homes and more celeb digs are on the market.
The actress has views of the Empire State Building and World Trade Center.
The Marie Antoinette-esque triplex features five fireplaces, a ballroom and views of Central Park.
The supermodel is reportedly summering in a house with an indoor basketball court.
He unloaded his 19th-century home but is sticking with his 19th-century television series, “Penny Dreadful.”
The comedian’s wife designed it with a ‘strong vision of a serene, whitewashed house on the sea.’
After nearly three years on the market, the 6,800-square-foot home sold for almost $750,000 less than the couple paid for it.
The British monarch reportedly paid $8 million for the 3-bedroom in the U.N. Plaza.
The punk princess and her daredevil husband are ready to ‘Get the Party Started’ somewhere else.
What the Manhattan apartment lacks in space, it more than makes up for in luxurious details.
Channing Tatum and Joe Manganiello get busy with the buying and selling.
The property includes the main house, a detached barn/cottage, 5 garages and plenty of beautiful outdoor living space.
With faux-alligator wallpaper, velvet drapes, an on-site recording studio, and a fully equipped nightclub, the home is Paradise City.
He’s asking $25 million for his modern-day palace.
Built in 1929, it boasts a gym, a home theater and brilliantly colored Spanish tiles.