Julia Roberts snagged a ranch-style house on more than an acre of land in the Point Dume area of Malibu in an off-market deal for $6.84 million. The property sits directly across the street from her longtime Malibu residence.
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Indie film bad boy Vincent Gallo, known for his controversial films “Buffalo 66” and “The Brown Bunny,” has sold his West Chelsea condo for $2.47 million.
Gallo, who has garnered gossip column headlines for advertising sexual services to women for $50,000 a night and in vitro fertilization for $1 million, purchased the 1,275-square-foot one-bedroom for $2 million in 2013. In January 2015, he listed the apartment for $2.95 million.
Socialite/fashion entrepreneur Lauren Santo Domingo and her even richer husband Andrés Santo Domingo have just listed their Flatiron loft at 31 West 21st Street for $7.25 million, Variety reports. Santo Domingo is the co-founder of Moda Operandi, the trunk show website that allows you to buy looks directly off the runway, and is also a contributing editor at Vogue.
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Model Irina Shayk has bought herself quite the pad in 150 Charles Street. According to city records, the girlfriend of movie star Bradley Cooper (whose full name is Irina Shaykhlislamova) just picked up a two-bedrooms and two-bathroom apartment on 150 Charles Street for a little more than $6 million.
Actors Kerry Bishé and Chris Lowell have picked up a very unique property at 196 Sixth Avenue for $2.25 million, according to city documents. Bishé is an actress best known as a lead on AMC’s drama, “Halt and Catch Fire.” Lowell is best known for his role on the CW drama “Veronica Mars,” where he played the character Stosh “Piz” Piznarski and he is currently starring in the off-broadway play “Jacuzzi.”
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While his “Million Dollar Listing New York” colleagues have been purchasing splashy penthouses in Manhattan, Douglas Elliman broker Luis Ortiz has gone the rental route, renting a two-bedroom pad at the Moinan Group’s Sky building. Ortiz took a 970-square-foot apartment at the building, located at 605 West 42nd Street. Asking rent was $6,500 a month.
An Upper East Side townhouse that once belonged to famed composer Franz Waxman has hit the market asking $22.5 million.
The 10,253-square-foot house, located at 46 East 65 Street, was built in 1916 and still has many of the original details that make New York townhouse buyers jump for joy, according to Curbed. There are also seven-bedrooms, nine bathrooms, six wood-burning fireplaces, three terraces, three balconies and an elevator.