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Hollywood actress Greta Garbo spent decade living in her high-end and very exclusive New York City apartment.
Now, according to sources, for the first time in 64 years, the film legend’s seven-room Manhattan residence, which overlooks the East River can be your for just $6 million dollars.
Buyers who are interested in the place must be willing to pay cash—no financing deals are allowed at the Campanile.
Going Once…Going Twice….SOLD!
Tyra Banks has finally unloaded her 6,000 square foot, 4 bedroom, 7 bath home in Beverly Hills.
The model and TV personality bought the 4 bedroom, seven bath, 1920s Spanish Colonial more than a decade ago for $3.085 million and has put an estimated $2 million into renovating and restoring the home that was once owned by actress Marion Davies.
Miranda Kerr and her billionaire boyfriend, Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, 25, have reportedly purchased $12.5 million dollar estate in Brentwood, CA.
The 7,100 square foot gated estate on almost an acre of land. The main house has 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a pool and a home gym.
The home was designed by Gerard Colcard one of the most famous architects in California history.
The 33-year-old model – who has five-year-old son Flynn with ex-husband Orlando Bloom – has been dating the Snapchat founder since June 2015.
More about Evan Spiegel
He met his Snapchat co-founders at a frat party
Evan Spiegel didn’t form the foundations of the Snapchat team at an electronics club or math department meet, but a frat party.
A party-loving member of Stanford University’s Kappa Sigma fraternity, Spiegel formed what would eventually become Snapchat with the aid of fellow frat brothers Bobby Murphy and Reggie Brown.
2. He’s a university dropout!
Joining the same club as Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs, in 2012 Evan dropped out of Stanford and his course in Product Design.
Despite being a frat house favorite, he failed to graduate, quitting college just a few credits short of earning his degree.
The tech protégée’s exit wasn’t due to academic challenges, however, but a move that allowed him to completely focus on Snapchat and its growing success.
3. He’s currently the 931st richest man in the world!
Evan Spiegel, 25, has a reported net worth of $2.1 billion. This makes him the 931st richest man in the world.
4. His first app was a flop!
Despite Snapchat’s phenomenal global success – the company reportedly has close to 200 million users – it hasn’t always been sunshine and lollipops for Evan’s app efforts.
In 2013 Evan Spiegel turned down a huge sum of money from social giant Facebook.
Zuckerberg’s team was willing to front $3 billion to acquire Snapchat,. Spiegel reportedly gave them the runaround before turning down the sizeable bid.
6. He got the set director from Friends to help redecorate his house!
Evan Spiegel is the son of two high-profile and hugely successful lawyers. When his parents divorced in his late teens, Evan originally opted to live in a new house with his father. Poppa Spiegel even handed over decorating duties – and a sizeable budget – to his son.
Things you expect to be included in emails from the CEO of a multi-billion dollar tech start-up:
- Insightful thought on emerging markets and audience habits.
- Slight humility and an awareness of the fickle nature of the app market.
- An admirable determination to shirk the odds and succeed where others have failed.
Things you don’t expect in emails from the future CEO of a multi-billion dollar tech start-up:
- Misogynistic jokes about getting girls drunk enough to sleep with you.
- Anecdotes about drunkenly urinating on said girls.
- Marijuana and cocaine-based brags and a general sense of sexism, homophobia and racism.
Unfortunately, Evan Spiegel has fallen on both sides of this fence in recent years. Admittedly the negative, unpleasant side of his email-based personality was leaked by ValleyWag years after the messages were sent during his frat days, but still.
Spiegel issued a remorse-filled apology for the emails when they saw the light of day last year, saying: “I’m sorry I wrote them at the time and I was a jerk to have written them. They in no way reflect who I am today or my views towards women.”
Truila, a popular Real estate site has amassed the most expensive single-family homes currently on the market in each state.
The most expensive is a $150million estate Los Angeles, the least a $2.4 million abode in Kansas.
A Mississippi home comes with 930 pristine acres of forest, an estate in Kentucky boasts a historical barn with 24 horse stalls, and a stunner in Louisiana has a unique tree house on its own island, and a house in Hawaii boasts archaeological wonders on the property built on top of an ancient fishing village.
Other notable estates on Truila include:
A French Country Chateau charm: $15.9 million, six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 18,117 square feet in Colts Neck, the winding driveway borders three ponds and the estate is a perfect blend of woods, marble, granite, and cast stone, porcelain tiles, faux wood tiles, and mosaic glass design.
Upstate getaway: $75 million, eight bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, 20,043 square feet of European style stone manor in Pound Ridge only an hour and a half from Manhattan is surrounded by 262 dazzling acres of forest with formal gardens and a private lake, the house is adorned with imported antique marble, limestone, onyx, mosaic tile and stained glass, and contains an indoor and outdoor pool, tennis court, greenhouse, barns and four guest/staff residences
An estate in Vegas: $22 million, with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, 13,200 square feet – the European-designed The Rameses Estate is located in Country Club Hills on the private golf club TPC at Summerlin just twenty minutes from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip
A California’s $150million mansion is on the grounds of Barbra Streisand’s former Mon Reve Estate
An Arizona $32million estate nestled on 17 acres overlooking stunning McDowell Mountain vistas
A Washington DC home at $12million is a courtly 10,300 square foot Beaux Arts estate built in 1927 with views or Rock Creek Park.)
The list includes single family homes, not condos, co-ops, or apartments. See more here
Celine Dion has reportedly slashed the asking price on her resort-like home on Jupiter Island, Florida.
The price is now a whopping $45.5 million. What a deal… it’s $30 million dollars less than Celine’s original price when she first put it on the market in 2013.
So what will you get for $45.5 million…a 5.5 acre Florida estate with 3 pools — one with a fire pit in the middle of it, and another with a water park and lazy river. The home itself is 10,000 square feet with 5 bedrooms, but there are also 2 guest houses (4 bedrooms each) … as well as a tennis court and a simulated golf range.
Just last month, Celine also sold her home in Quebec … for $25.5 million.
The massive Farmington, Connecticut estate which belongs to 50 Cent has finally found a buyer.
According to reports…the new owners are planning on turning the sprawling 52-room home into an assisted living facility.
The home sold for $8 million which is $10.5 million less than 50’s original listing price almost a decade ago.