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


On the heels of Charlie Sheen’s bombshell announcement on Tuesday that he is HIV positive, the actor has decided to list two of the three mansions he owns in the exclusive Mulholland Estates (a gated community in Beverly Hills). One of the homes is a 6,625 square-foot home Sheen purchased in October, 2012 for $4.8 million with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The other is a 9,020 square foot home with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, that Sheen bought in 2011 (during his much-publicized meltdown) for $7 million.


The former apartment of actress Chloe Sevigny has sold to Shana Randhava, the executive director of the Estee Lauder Companies for $2.2 million. The 1,250-square-foot co-op in the East Village is located on the garden floor of a historic Greek Revival townhouse on East 10th Street.


Uri Geller, the Israeli magician and psychic best known for bending spoons on TV, has just listed his estate in Sonning-on-Thames, England, for £15 million, or about $22.8 million. And it is super weird.


If you have $12 million lying around, you can own a piece of history. Alexander Hamilton Jr., the son of founding father Alexander Hamilton, was the first owner of a landmarked mixed-use townhouse at 4 St. Mark’s Place near Third Avenue that hit the market this week for $11.9 million.


“Sex and the City” creator Candace Bushnell sold her Greenwich Village apartment for $2.6 million. Chris Noth (aka, the actor who plays Mr. Big) also lives in the building. Coincidence?


Celebrity interior design couple Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent have just listed their duplex Greenwich Village penthouse apartment for $10.5 million and it is perhaps the most lovely thing we have ever seen. The space was actually two separate apartments that the couple combined to make into this 2,800-square foot gem.