Adele, John Legend and David Spade

Adele, John Legend and David Spade made real estate news in February. And the Sun Valley resort where parts of the Marilyn Monroe movie “Bus Stop” were filmed is up for sale. Top 10 Celebrity Real Estate News is featured on

POMPANO BEACH, Florida., March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “February’s Top 10 Celebrity Real Estate News”

“Alex Trebek’s Studio City Mansion”
the city ​​of studios house that Alex Trebek and his wife, Jean Trebek, bought in 1991 to $2.15 million it is for sale. The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home is where Alex and Jean raised their three children. The asking price is $6.995 million.

“John and Chrissy’s New York Penthouse Project”
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are two of the busiest celebrities in the world and barely have time to oversee the restoration and combination of the two new York penthouses they recently purchased, with the intention of combining them into a huge two-story residence. So they sell them, ask $18 million.

“Where Marilyn Monroe starred in ‘Bus Stop'”
In 1956, Marilyn Monroe got her first chance to break out of her stupid blonde stereotype with a dramatic role in the movie “Bus Stop.” the Valley of the Sun the compound where parts of the film were shot is for sale at $15.99 million.

“Jonathan King Lists Venice House”
Film producer Jonathan Kingwho did “Spotlight,” “Rome,” “Dreamgirls” and “Swan Song” listed her home at Venice, California for $10 million. The Contemporary Beach House features four bedrooms, a pool, media room, and a freestanding two-story structure that includes a pool house/family room.

“Adele says ‘Hello’ at Sylvester Stallone Home”
Adele appears to be adding to her growing real estate collection with the $58 million purchase of by Sylvester Stallone beverly hills residence. Located in the ultra-exclusive Beverly Park neighborhood, Stallone originally asked $100 million for the eight-bedroom house. Denzel Washington, justin bieber and Mark Wahlberg also call Beverly Park home.

“NYC Penthouse formerly owned by Cher & Britney Spears
A penthouse in one of the New York one most historic residential buildings, previously a silk factory before being repurposed as residences, then owned by a host of celebrity A-Listers, including Cher and Britney Spearsjust hit the market at $6.995 million. Built in 1908 and converted to apartments in the 1980s, the 12-storey Silk Building is located in from manhattan Noho district.

“Bing Crosby Estate with JFK Wing”
“White Christmas” crooner Bing Crosby’s favorite spot was in the middle of a golf course. He spent so much time playing golf and perfecting his game that he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. While his peers were buying their vacation homes in Palm Springs, Crosby chose nearby Thunderbird Heights with its 10 golf courses. Crosby’s mid-century modern house is for sale in $4.5 million.

“David Spade almost gets $20 million Quickly”
It didn’t take very long to David Pique to sell his 6,400 square foot home to Beverly Hills’ Trousdale Estates. He listed the house for $19.995 million in January and sold it within weeks for $19.5 million.

“Perfect Montecito House for ‘Bloom County’ Cartoonist”
The children’s book author and creator of the ‘Bloom County’ comic book is selling his Montecito residence. Berkley Breathed recently listed its St. Barbara oceanfront estate, set on 25 acres of equestrian trails, deer meadows and hidden oak groves, for $6.785 million. Breathed won a Pulitzer Prize in 1987 for “Bloom County”.

“Kat Von D’s Lists of Gothic Mansions in $15 million
Best known for her TLC reality show “LA Ink,” which chronicles her work as a tattoo artist and tattoo studio owner, Kat Von D’s gothic LA mansion features a black mirrored bathroom and gold, ornate chimneys, a blood-red pool, a secret door, and many ornate chimneys. It served as the setting for the family comedy “Cheaper by the Dozen”. Kat’s house is for sale at $15 million.

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