After more than a year on the market, the actor’s La Gorce mansion has sold.
The seller is hoping to attract an art or nature lover looking for a one-of-a-kind retreat.
In the Magic City, there’s no need to settle.
The troubled NBA forward listed the home for rent for $17,000 a month.
Whether a finished basement or a guesthouse that’s only used around the holidays, it’s about seeing potential in a space you could live without.
Pharrell Williams’ 40th-floor penthouse just received another price cut, dropping the listing down to $10.9 million.
The New York Yankees player sold his home for $30 million to a Palm Beach couple.
The Internet media kingpin and creator of The Drudge Report has purchased a 4.7-acre lot and the 4,600-square-foot house that came with it.
Rubio and his wife, Janette, bought the 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom house in 2005 for $550,000.
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The New York Yankees slugger listed the 9-bedroom, 13-bathroom custom-built beauty for $38 million in August but has decided now is not the time to sell.
It’s no secret that celebrities love spending time in Miami and throughout South Florida, and many of them even own a chunk of the sun-kissed paradise.
The hip-hop Renaissance man’s apartment features stunning 360-degree views of south Florida’s big city and Biscayne Bay and has 5 bedroom, 6.5 bathrooms, terraces everywhere and its own swimming pool.
A new building project in Miami will include a penthouse priced at $50 million.
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