It’s a wrap: This week’s celebrity home swaps

Linda Wells and her apartment at 1165 Fifth Avenue (credit: David Shankbone via Wikipedia)

As the founder of Allure magazine, Linda Thompson (aka Linda Wells) knows beauty. And if anyone needs further proof of that, just take a look at her lovely co-op apartment at 1165 Fifth Avenue, which she and her husband Charles Thompson just listed for $5.395 million.

Cate Blanchett and her house (credit: Gage Skidmore via Wikipedia)

Second time might be the charm for Cate Blanchett, who finally found a buyer for her historic estate in Hunters Hill, Australia. Though the broker, Ken Jacobs, declined to give a selling price, the home was always listed for $20 million.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their Airbnb (credit: Royal Family, USA and Airbnb)

Prince Harry sure knows how to woo a lady! The prince recently took a hint from literally every other celebrity and used Airbnb to rent a vacation home for himself and his new paramour, “Suits” star Meghan Markle.

Mike Myers and 443 Greenwich (credit: KC Medien/Moving Pictures/Eric’s Boy and StreetEasy)

It feels as though it was just last week that we wrote about Austin Powers actor Mike Myers nabbing himself a brand-spanking new $14.6 million apartment at Tribeca’s very swanky 443 Greenwich. That’s because it was just last week, but already Myers is preparing to part with the pad.

Taylor Swift just turned 27, but she is apparently already considering her legacy. The pop star has requested her mansion in Beverly Hills — the Samuel Goldwyn Estate — be considered for designation as a Local Historic Landmark, according to the Beverly Hills News.

The apartment at 65 West 13th Street and Shepard Smith (photo credit: Fox News)

The most likable anchor on Fox News, Shepard Smith, has listed his apartment at 65 West 13th Street for $4.9 million, according to StreetEasy records.

Theodore Roosevelt V and 62 Beach Street
Theodore Roosevelt V and 62 Beach Street

The great-great-grandson of U.S. president, Rough Rider, adventurer and conservationist Theodore Roosevelt giving his luxury loft apartment one final salute. The heir to one of the nation’s most beloved leaders and his wife, Serena Torrey, sold his five-room apartment for $4.1 million.

DJ Khaled and his new house on Clerendon Road (Credit: Reddit, The Agency)

DJ Khaled scored some major keys — the keys to Robbie Williams’ 10,700-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion. The hip-hop producer and Snapchat guru ponied up $9.9 million for the Mulholland Estates residence, which the British pop star first listed for $11 million in June, Variety reported.

Christian Slater and the apartment at 445 West 54th Street (photo credit: Wikipedia)

Movie star Christian Slater sold a rather modest condo he owned at 445 West 54th Street for $1.1 million, according to city records. Slater purchased the Hells Kitchen apartment in 2005 for $882,500. It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, south-facing windows, an “amazing amount” of closet space and a newly-renovated kitchen.

Rob Kardashian and his home (credit: Entertainment Tonight via Youtube and Sotheby’s International Realty)

Rob Kardashian, the marginally less famous brother of Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, Kendall, and Kylie, has just put his Calabasas bachelor pad on the market for $2.8 million. Kardashian bought the 4,258-square-foot home for $2.29 million last year.

Andrea Jung, the former longtime CEO of Avon, has listed her enormous Park Avenue pad at 1110 Park Avenue for nearly $18 million after owning it for less than six months. Jung purchased the 5,702-square-foot condo in July 2016 for a little more than $17.6 million, and the listing notes that it has “never been lived in.”

The apartment at 355 East 19th Street and Leo Kremer (photo credit Leo Kremer via BI)

What a semi-charmed life he must lead. Leo Kremer, former bassist for 90’s band “Third Eye Blind” and current co-owner of burrito chain Dos Toros, and his wife Lauren have bought an apartment at 355 East 19th Street for a hair over $3 million, according to city records.

Eli Manning (Credit: Getty Images)

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. parties in Miami. His quarterback, on the other hand, summers in the Hamptons. Big Blue signal caller Eli Manning picked up an $8.5 million Hamptons home in October, using an LLC named after his pet pooch