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

The largest private residence in Washington, D.C., weighing in at 27,000 square feet, has sold to Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeffrey Bezos.

Breaking news: CNN anchor Don Lemon has sold his condo at 2280 Frederick Douglass Boulevard for $969,000.

Tennis champion Novak Djokovic is playing doubles. The Serbian 12-time Grand Slam winner has bought himself two two-bedroom apartments at Renzo Piano’s 565 Broome Street.

Donald Trump’s childhood home headed back to the auction block last night. The five-bedroom, tudor-style house in Jamaica Estates, Queens, was Trump’s home until he was four-years-old.

Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow has decided to part ways with her two-bedroom Tribeca condo. The 1,665-square-foot unit at 449 Washington Street is listed for just under $2.9 million.

Even though Mark Zuckerberg paid $100 million for 700 acres of land in Kauai, Hawaii in 2014, he doesn’t technically own all of it — yet.

While the world waits in anticipation for news of one particular wall, another’s fate has just been decided. A judge has sided with actress Minnie Driver’s demands that her neighbor Daniel Perelmutter, 75, knock down a wall on his property by April 12, or face five days of jail time.

We can’t help but wonder if the price cuts to Céline Dion’s lavish Florida home will go on and on.

Santigold wasn’t kidding when she sang “Brooklyn We Go Hard.” The pop star has just listed her townhouse in Bedford Stuyvestant in Brooklyn for $1.95 million, and looking at the photos, it seems she did not pull back in decorating it.

Barbarella’s very own galactic abode is up for grabs. Jane Fonda and her boyfriend, music producer Richard Perry, listed their Beverly Hills home for $13 million, a $5.7 million jump over what they paid for it five years ago.