Jessica Simpson appears to be really ready to dump her bachelorette-era home.
“Seinfeld” star Jerry Seinfeld sold his Los Angeles digs in 2010, and now the sitcom’s executive producer and co-creator is following suit.
The mansion is back on the market for $14.995 million, significantly less than its original asking price of $17.5 million last summer.
Wozniak, who designed the original Apple 1, also designed a modern home in Los Gatos in 1986 that’s now on the market for $4.395 million.
America’s first supermodel has listed her 1.43-acre estate for $12 million.
The actor purchased the 10,993-square-foot home for $3.1 million. Unlike the “Parent Trap” star’s fictional twins, however, 5-year-old Thomas and Zoe will both live in the home with mom until they turn 18.
She may be the widow of one of the most acclaimed (and wealthy) American TV producers, but Candy Spelling is getting anything but praise from her landlord at The Carlyle on Wilshire. In fact, the “Beverly Hills, 90210” producer’s wife may face eviction.
Oscar-winning actor Tommy Lee Jones may not have picked up another Best Supporting Actor award, but he’s hoping for a win in real estate. The veteran actor recently listed his Wellington, FL polo farm for $26.75 million.
The bank recently listed a foreclosed Atlanta home belonging to the former All-Star, and now two homes Iverson previously owned in Pennsylvania are on the market.
The 6,699-square-foot estate has 5 bedrooms, 7 baths and is listed for $40,000 per month.
The actor recently purchased a 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath Los Angeles estate.
While many celebrities are usually spotted dining out or confess to having private chefs, a small number of them say they love to play chef.