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

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World’s most beautiful human, Chris Hemsworth, and his equally beautiful wife, Elsa Pataky, are saying goodbye to the land of sun and surf for…well another land of sand and surf. The famous couple are selling their Malibu home, which they’ve owned since 2013, for $6.5 million, and have moved full-time to Hemsworth’s native Australia.


The Upper West Side apartment of Chaim Potok, the late author best known for penning “The Chosen,” sold at its asking price of $615,000. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom in a prewar brownstone co-op at 136 West 81st Street features 11-foot ceilings and a fireplace. The pad spans a full floor of the 10-unit, four-story building, which was built in 1900.


“The View” co-host Joy Behar is changing up her Hamptons digs. The comedian has listed her 4,000-square-foot vacation home in East Hampton for $3.8 million.

Behar, who has rejoined “The View” after a two-year hiatus, lives on the Upper West Side, but enjoyed spending summers in her classic East Hampton getaway. She purchased the home in 2012 for $2.8 million.


Director and screenwriter Douglas McGrath and his wife Jane Read Martin (a former assistant to Woody Allen) just picked up a new co-op at 17 West 54th Street.

McGarth — who is know from directing “Emma” and “Infamous,” and writing “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” and “Bullets over Broadway” — paid just over a $1 million for the modest home, according to public records.

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It’s not quite the Playboy Mansion but it does have some playmate flavor. Crystal Hefner, wife of Playboy magnate Hugh Hefner, has listed her Hollywood Hills home for rent, asking $32,000 a month, according to The 6,000-square-foot property, a 2011 contemporary with glass walls and walnut flooring, has four bedrooms, an infinity pool and enough parking for 10 cars, according to the listing.


Tinder’s recently reinstated CEO Sean Rad is swiping left on his Los Angeles condo at the Mirabella building in Westwood. He listed the two-bedroom property for almost $1.8 million.   Rad, who is from a wealthy Persian family in Bel Air, purchased the 2,298-square-foot, apartment in July 2012 for $1.3 million.