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

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1) A nine-room apartment at the Dakota is back on the market following a thorough redesign — and it just may have a celebrity connection.  The 4,700-square-foot apartment belonged to the late Jacqueline Bikoff, a “pianist and ballerina of Iranian descent who was a fixture on the Studio 54 scene,” according to the New York Observer. But before Bikoff moved in and hired her 25-year-old daughter, Sasha Bikoff, to give the apartment a slightly quirky makeover, it belonged to none other than Judy Garland.

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2) Former Facebook exec Chris Hughes and his husband Sean Eldridge managed to sell their 4,100-square-foot Soho loft for $8.5 million after listing it in August. Let’s see if he’s able to sell The New Republic as fast!

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3) Victoria’s Secret model Lais Ribeiro bought herself a 1,279-square-foot two-bedroom Chelsea apartment for $2.49 million at 165 West 18th Street. It looks pretty nice but not anywhere near as nice as her.

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4) Max Weinberg, the Bruce Springsteen drummer who has been with the band forever, bought himself a Washington D.C. house near the French embassy for $2.4 million. The 3,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 3 and a half bathrooms.

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5) Sally Field’s old house in Malibu (which for some reason has a teepee on the lawn) hit the market for $7.9 million. The home is 6,000 square feet and has horse stalls, a heated saltwater swimming pool and a tennis court.

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6) Calvin Harris, aka Taylor Swift’s Scottish lover, has listed his “zen inspired” home overlooking the Sunset Strip for $9.995 million. Forbes has named Harris the richest DJ on the planet for the past three years (he is estimated to have made $66 million in 2015). He bought the home in 2013 for $7 million.