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

Lipstick queen Kylie Jenner of the Kardashian clan is nearing a deal to sell her Calabasas home on Prado De Oro. The social media influencer and founder of Kylie Cosmetics purchased the Tuscan-style home in March 2015 for $2.6 million and gave the home a complete makeover, then listed it for $3.3 million.

Every “girl” needs to grow up sometime. “Girls” showrunner Lena Dunham has just sold off her starter apartment at 145 Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights for $850,000.

Real estate developer and former Studio 54 co-owner Ian Schrager has just dropped $4.3 million on a condo unit at 31 Washington Street in Dumbo.

Now that Katy Perry has triumphed over the nuns in her quest to buy a Los Feliz convent, it seems she no longer needs her compound in the Hollywood Hills. The “Firework” pop songstress is shopping the two-house estate as a whisper listing for about $15 million.

With 4,800 square feet of space, Jeremy Piven’s new pad is more than big enough to fit his entire entourage. The actor just bought the house in Hollywood Hills West for $6.8 million.

Harry Macklowe may be battling his wife of 57 years over their divorce in court, but his marital woes do not seem to be preventing him from living his best life. The developer has just bought himself a cozy mansion at 64 West End Road in East Hampton for $10.6 million.

Mamie Gummer, the daughter of Meryl Streep and a celebrated actress in her own right, has just listed her apartment at 315 West 23rd Street for $1.8 million, per city records.

Rosie O’Donnell, the comedian and chief antagonizer of Donald Trump, has just shelled out $8 million for a triplex penthouse at 255 East 49th Street.