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

Snowboarding and skateboarding champion Shaun White is looking to sell his East Village penthouse for $2.79 million. Gold medals not included.

Michael Kelly, an actor best known for his role as Kevin Spacey’s weird henchman, Doug Stamper, on “House of Cards,” has just listed his apartment at 568 Grand Street in the Lower East Side for $1.29 million. We assume it’s not actually built out of cards.

Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway has lavish new digs in the nation’s capital, according to a report by The Washingtonian. An anonymous real estate source told the magazine that Trump’s former campaign manager was the likely buyer of a house listed for $8 million by the late Moeen Qureshi, former interim Prime Minister of Pakistan and a former vice president of the World Bank.

America’s (real) first couple, Jay Z and Beyoncé, have reportedly put in a whopping $120 million bid to buy an absolutely insane mansion at 454 Cuesta Way in Bel Air.

President Barack Obama’s bachelor pad in Park Slope is now on the market. The brownstone at 640 2nd Street — where the former president lived in his pre-Michelle days — is asking just shy of $4.3 million.

The fuchsia-filled East Side apartment that belonged to Hollywood legend Greta Garbo has found a buyer after little more than a month on the market. The seven-room spread in the Campanile building at 450 East 52nd Street went into contract on Wednesday, reports Mansion Global. It had an asking price of almost $6 million.