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

Isabella Rosselini , Bon Jovi and Gloria Vanderbilt
Isabella Rosselini , Bon Jovi and Gloria Vanderbilt

A round up of all the deals, steals, and otherwise strange news that has happened this week involving celebs and their various homes in and around New York City.

1) Winston Marshall, banjoist for Mumford and Sons (no, not the guy married to Carey Mulligan), bought a $3.2 million pad in Nolita.

2) Jane Wenner, co-founder of Rolling Stone, sold her townhouse on the Upper West Side, which was listed for $17.95 million.  Wonder if she’s giving some of her earnings to the mag to help with their legal fees.

3) Bon Jovi sold his penthouse in Soho for $34 million. In his words, “there’s only one place they call me one of their own” and it ain’t Soho.

4) Isabella Rosselini bought a $1.3 million pad in midtown. Apparently her daughter lives in a $2.2 million place in Fort Greene, so it’s clear who the favorite is in the family…

5) Artist David Salle’s Fort Greene place is for sale for $13 million, making it one of the most expensive homes on the market in Brooklyn. La Boheme it’s not…

6) Gloria Vanderbilt’s former home on the Upper East dropped its price by $17 million to $42 million. The Anderson connection wasn’t enough apparently.

7) And finally, actor Patrick Dempsey’s Malibu home has sold above the asking price, and just over a month after it hit the market.

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