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    Halsey Buys Liam Payne’s Calabasas Estate For $10.1 Million (PHOTOS)


    Singer Halsey has purchased singer Liam Payne’s (One Direction) 5-acre estate in Calabasas, California for $10,161,150.
    Located at 25919 Dark Creek Road, the estate boasts a main house, guest house, pool house, detached recording studio and meditation house.
    The main house features approximately 9,700 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, foyer with staircase, great room, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, 2-story family room, 2-story paneled library, game/rec room, wine cellar, home theater, gym, 6-car garage and more.

    Outdoor features include a gated entrance, patios, fireplace, koi pond, swimming pool with spa and more. More

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    Matt Damon Selling California Home For $21 Million (PHOTOS)

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    LOCATION: 1401 San Remo Drive, Pacific Palisades, California
    SQUARE FOOTAGE: 13,508
    BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 7 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms
    PRICE: $21,000,000
    Actor Matt Damon has just listed his California home for $21,500,000. Located at 1401 San Remo Drive in Pacific Palisades, the contemporary style abode was built in 2004 and sits on over half an acre of land. Matt paid $15 million for the home back in 2012.

    It features approximately 13,508 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, open concept living & dining room, gourmet kitchen, family room, media room, wine cellar, gym, garage and more.
    Outdoor features include balconies/patios, swimming pool and a cabana. More

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    Lavish $15 Million Condo In Las Vegas, Nevada

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    LOCATION: 4525 Dean Martin Drive Unit #2503, Las Vegas, Nevada
    BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 2 bedrooms & 5 bathrooms
    PRICE: $15,000,000
    This lavish 3-story condo is located at 4525 Dean Martin Drive Unit #2503 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    It features approximately 8,017 square feet of living space with 2 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2-story great room with floating glass crystal staircase, elevator, living & dining area, gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, $3 million worth of backlit onyx and more.
    Outdoor features include a balcony and a 1,500 square foot “skydeck” complete with built-in hibachi grill.
    It is listed at $15,000,000. More

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    Tommy Hilfiger’s Ex-Wife Lists Greenwich Estate For $40 Million

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    LOCATION: 591 Riversville Road, Greenwich, Connecticut
    SQUARE FOOTAGE: 13,343
    BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 7 bedrooms & 13 bathrooms
    PRICE: $40,000,000
    Susie Hilfiger, the ex-wife of fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger (his first wife), has just listed her 17 acre estate. Known as “Denbigh Farm”, the property was purchased by the couple in 1995 for $8.5 million.

    The colonial style home features approximately 13,343 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms & 13 bathrooms.
    Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, patios, water features, swimming pool, tennis court, playhouse, playground, treehouse, formal gardens, equestrian facilities and more.
    It is listed at $40,000,000. More

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    Home of the Week: Star Athletes Caroline Wozniacki and Dave Lee List Their Island Condo in Miami for $17.5 Million

    Downsizing is typically what happens when the kids leave home, Medicare kicks in and the yard work becomes too much.
    But for tennis great Caroline Wozniacki, 30, and her former NBA All-Star husband David Lee, 37, the decision to list their spectacular five-bed condo on Miami’s super-exclusive Fisher Island, is all about size. Seems 8,430-square-feet is just too much space.

    “They are staying on Fisher. They just didn’t need as big of a unit,” says Jill Hertzberg, broker and cofounder of the Jills Zeder Group at Coldwell Banker Realty, which holds the listing.

    Of course, for the newly-retired couple—Wozniacki called it quits last year and Lee in 2017—it might also have something to do with the $208,077 in annual property taxes and the $10,254 monthly association dues. Living on the ultra-private enclave of Fisher Island is far from cheap.
    Not that its roughly 800 residents likely worry too much. The island, reached only by private ferry, has the distinction of being one of the wealthiest zip codes in the US.
    Miami’s Fisher Island can only be reached by private ferry, boat or chopper.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    Here home owners include a host of celebs, captains of industry and investors. Canadian billionaire and Aston Martin chairman Lawrence Stroll just last month sold a four-bed condo, formerly owned by Oprah, for $20 million.
    If the couple sells the sprawling eighth-floor pad for close to the $17.5 million asking, it should result in a tidy profit. According to records, they bought the place in 2018 for $13.5 million.
    Views from the media room.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    The home itself is part of the 10-story, Palazzo Del Sol building, which was completed in 2016. The 46-unit tower claims “six-star” concierge service with such luxuries as a butler-staffed aperitivo bar and lounge, hair and makeup salon, massage room and world-class gym.
    In addition to the condo’s 8,400-square-feet of living space, it has 2,500 square feet of covered terraces providing no fewer than six outdoor living areas.
    One of six terraces.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    The balconies provide jaw-dropping views of Biscayne Bay, the Miami Beach Marina, the main cruise-ship alley that’s Government Cut, and the crashing Atlantic.
    A private elevator whisks you to the home’s grand entrance and into its open-plan layout. Ten-foot-high, floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with light. The vast west-facing living room offers views of the sunset and twinkling downtown Miami skyline.

    The spacious living room.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    The room flows into the home’s sleek, gourmet kitchen with its Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances and large marble-topped island. Steps away is a formal dining room, media room and rec room with pool table and bar.
    In total, there are five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. Without doubt, the highlight of the spacious primary suite is its huge dual walk-in closets.
    The dining area.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    Listing photos show Wozniacki’s impressive shoe, handbag and designer sunglasses collection, along with Lee’s extensive display of trainers. We stopped counting at 60 pairs.
    Additional owners’ suite features include Statuaria book-matched marble and Starphire glass in the bathrooms, Apure lighting by Porsche Design, along with premium Dornbracht and Duravit fixtures.
    And, if you like the look of all the furniture and furnishings, you’re in luck: They’re included in the asking price.
    The sleek kitchen.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    As for the 216-acre Fisher Island itself—reached only by private ferry, boat or helicopter—there’s no shortage of five-star amenities. They include a beach club, spa, gourmet market, fine restaurants, two deep-water marinas and even a private school that offers Mandarin classes.
    It also features a nine-hole golf course, as well as the Fisher Island Racquet Club with its 17 tennis courts, one of which is named after Wozniacki, who still plays there.
    The games room.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    Before retiring in January 2020, the Danish tennis pro is credited with winning a total of 30 Women’s Tennis Association singles titles, a Grand Slam in 2018, and holding top ranking for a combined total of 71 weeks. She’s ranked fifth in all-time prize earnings of more than $35 million during her 15-year career.
    Husband David Lee is a two-time NBA basketball All-Star who played for the New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors.
    As for the couple’s next Fisher Island home, they have their choice—right now there are no fewer than 89 listed on Zillow. They range in price from $750,000 for a teeny 890-square-footer to $29.5 million for a whopping 10,000-square-foot rooftop penthouse.

    The primary bedroom suite.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    One of two walk-in closets in the primary suite.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    The other walk-in.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group

    One of the five full bathrooms.  Photo: Courtesy of The Jill Zeder Group/Lifestyle Production Group More

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    Inside Trevor Noah’s $27.5 Million Modern Mansion in Bel Air

    About four months after he sold his “starter” Bel Air estate for $21.7 million to a still-unidentified buyer, Trevor Noah has bounced back with a real estate upgrade in the same neighborhood — property records reveal the South African “Daily Show” host has dropped a whopping $27.5 million on another Bel Air mansion. The two houses are only about a mile apart as the crow flies, though the latest acquisition is considerably more private and even more aggressively contemporary than Noah’s first L.A. home.
    Completed in 2014, the blocky structure was designed by Harvard-trained architect Mark Rios as a personal residence for himself and his husband, fertility specialist Dr. Guy Ringler. The couple originally listed the 11,000-square-foot manse in early 2018 for $36 million; the pricetag subsequently plummeted to $29.5 million. Eventually, along came Noah, though the $27.5 million sale price likely represents a financial win for Rios, who acquired the .97-acre hillside property way back in 1996 for a paltry $650,000.
    A view of the home’s stunning outdoor space.  Redfin

    All but invisible from the street behind a sky-piercing wall of bamboo, the house was inspired by the Japanese design ethos of pared-back simplicity and soothing aesthetics, per Rios. Nearly every room offers monolithic floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, the chicly minimalist kitchen has rich oak cabinetry, and there’s a Japanese-style spa with stunning views over the Santa Monica mountains and — on a clear day — to the Pacific Ocean.
    On the home’s lowest level, each room includes a full wall of retractable windows for the ultimate indoor/outdoor living experience.  Upstairs, the main level flaunts grandly-scaled living, dining, and family rooms; a staircase hewn from imported German wood leads to the private upper level, where there are four ensuite guest bedrooms and a master suite with dual stone-floored baths and dual dressing rooms with backlit cabinetry, plus a so-called “manager’s berth,” per the listing. The house also sports a unique penthouse level solely dedicated to a deluxe movie theater, where walls disappear at the touch of a button, opening to a rooftop deck with a bar seating area.
    The property’s grounds are every bit as carefully curated as the house itself, with minimalist expanses of geometric lawns, a featureless motor court that can easily accommodate 10 cars, and an infinity-edged swimming pool daringly perched directly over the home’s basement level living spaces. Some of the vast array of other amenities inside and out include a gym, an office for a full-time security detail, library, pricey Crestron home automation and an elevator. Out back, adjoining the swimming pool, there’s a wee cabana with a wet bar, BBQ, and rooftop lounge.
    The home’s private gym.  Redfin

    Noah, 36, has helmed Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” since 2015. In 2017, he signed a lucrative contract extension that will keep him in the host’s chair through the end of 2022. And on the residential front, the bicoastal media mogul also continues to own his snazzy Manhattan duplex, acquired in 2017 for $10.1 million.
    Linda May and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland held the listing; Jonah Wilson, also of Hilton & Hyland, repped Noah. See more photos of the home below:












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    Trevor Noah Buys Bel Air Home For $27.5 Million

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    LOCATION: 833 Stradella Road, Los Angeles, California
    SQUARE FOOTAGE: 11,000
    BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 6 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms
    SELLING PRICE: $27,500,000
    The Daily Show host Trevor Noah has just purchased this modern home for $27.5 million. It is located at 833 Stradella Road in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, California and is situated on an acre of land. Trevor previously owned THIS other Bel Air home which he recently sold for $21.7 million

    The home was built in 2014 and features approximately 11,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half bathrooms, foyer with staircase & elevator, open concept living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, office, library, lounge with wet bar, home theater, gym, garage and more.
    Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, terraces, infinity pool and a cabana with kitchen/bar. More