The Obama family has settled on their post-White House residence, which means it’s time to pass judgment on their choice.
A dream I’d never had until 90 seconds ago is to one day live in a $15,000-a-month, 2,760 square feet, 4-bedroom/3.5-bath cottage in Los Angeles, California, that’s been described as “modestly proportioned and pleasantly unassuming,” go for a swim in my “petite” pool surrounded by “tropical foliage” while playing the …
If teachers are society’s true heroes, don’t they enjoy a hero’s journey? Like a 4 a.m. wakeup call, followed by a daily two-hour drive from their home in Capitola to their school in Palo Alto because they can’t afford to live anywhere near their places of work?
Please feast your eyes upon a Palm Springs home last redecorated the year Richard Burton bought Liz Taylor a 69-carat diamond ring. It is truly wonderful.
You’re cordially invited to view the home of the honorable Mr. Steven A. Cohen, whose multimillion dollar Manhattan penthouse at One Beacon Court (a location Mr. Cohen thinks you’ll be very much pleased by) is outfitted with the finest of furnishings, the coziest of comforts, and most luxurious of luxuries. There is…
Prolific author and cultural icon Jackie Collins sadly passed away last September, and now, her $30 million Beverly Hills home has been put on the market. Let’s honor her and buy it.
If you found yourself watching the final seasons of Mad Men and really vibing with Don Draper’s swinging Manhattan bachelor pad, here is the apartment for you.
In the mood to make a big purchase? The penthouse apartment of former Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown has been put on the market (after just a little bit of drama). It’s on Central Park West, with “dramatic 360-degree views of Central Park, the southern skyline, and the Hudson River,” and, naturally, features a…
Twenty-somethings are facing surprising new competition when it comes to finding nice condos in cool urban areas: their own dang parents. The baby boomers are coming for your city’s best apartments and—unlike you—they’re ready to pay premium.
Prince Muhammad bin Fahd purchased the late Joan Rivers’ legendary Upper East Side penthouse triplex for $28 million, apparently with his heart set on a gut renovation. “Not so fast,” howled J.P. Morgan’s niece from the whirling black beyond.
Wow, okay, so I’m really trying to hold it together right now, but I just heard that no one bid on Teresa and Joe Giudice’s amazing Jersey Shore beach house at yesterday’s auction, meaning someone (me) could have literally purchased it for the starting bid of $100. DON’T TOUCH ME, I am NOT okay.
Sweden’s current housing shortage is nothing to penis vagina about; the Swedish Association of Public Housing Companies estimates that 435,000 new homes will be needed by 2020 to keep up with the country’s urbanizing population. So why won’t anyone buy this cute little two-bedroom? It’s 2198 square meters, only…
Very sad news to anyone hoping for random Harry sightings while wandering New York City: Queen Elizabeth has not, contrary to prior reports, purchased an apartment in Manhattan.
Katy Perry, some nuns, an archbishop, and a restaurateur are currently fighting over a piece of real estate. It’s all about who has the “legal right” to sell an old convent, located in Los Feliz, “which covers several acres and offers million-dollar views of downtown Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Mountains.” How…
This is a new one: DNAInfo reports that the board of a pricey apartment building in Manhattan demanded to interview a prospective buyer’s minor child. The woman, Joyce Kacin, told the website that she feared she would have to comply with the request or lose a $25,000 deposit.
Regina George’s two-acre mansion from Mean Girls is up for sale. Should we just pool our money now?
Maybe I’ve been living under a rock—entirely plausible; Boston’s winter was pretty shitty—but I had absolutely no idea that Paula Deen had been pulling in the kind of dough required to own a 28,000-square foot house. Which is now on the market. For $13 million.
With the snow finally thawed and spring officially in full gear, New York is back in the swing of things and residents are remembering why they endure five months of tundra bullshit and exorbitant rent to live in (maybe) the greatest city in the world. Now that spirits are high again, it seems like a good time to look…
Jackie Siegel and her husband (time-share magnate David Siegel), the stars of the 2012 recessionary classic The Queen of Versailles, say they’re still working on their monstrosity of a house and in fact their plans are grander than ever. Truly, happy days are here again, America!
Today, in spilled tears over things we will never be able to afford, I present Sarah Jessica Parker's fabulous bathtub ensconced in her awe-inspiring $22 million Greenwich Village house in New York City. Look At That Tub. Look At It!