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

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TV host, author and personal finance guru Suze Orman took a break from talking personal finance to take care of a bit of her own. Orman sold her one-bedroom, 1,279-square-foot condominium unit at the Plaza Hotel on Central Park South for $4 million.

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Keith Richards clearly couldn’t get no satisfaction from the Fifth Avenue apartment he bought in 2014. The Rolling Stones rocker and his wife Patti Hansen have relisted the four-bedroom, four-bathroom spread at 1 Fifth Avenue for $12.23 million almost exactly two years after buying it for $10.5 million, StreetEasy shows.

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For a discounted $26 million, you can own a piece of the storied Plaza Hotel. In fact, you can sleep in the very same apartment once occupied by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Art dealer Laurence Gagosian paid $12.995 million for a penthouse at Faena House. Miami-Dade County records show Gagosian purchased unit PH-C at the 18-story tower in Mid-Miami Beach. The Armenian American art collector owns the Gagosian Gallery art galleries in the United States, as well as London, Paris, Rome, Athens, Geneva and Hong Kong.

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The couple behind the annual Electric Zoo dance music festival sold a comparatively tame Long Island City abode for $3 million, according to property records filed with the city Monday.

Mike Bindra and Laura de Palma, who founded the popular electronic music festival, have owned the three-bedroom condominium unit at Arris Lofts, located at 27-18 Thomson Avenue, for eight years.

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“The Big Bang Theory’s” Johnny Galecki has sold his Hollywood Hills home in a fierce bidding war that saw the property sell for $2.5 million — more than $500,000 above its asking price.

 

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Free-spirited fashion designer Betsey Johnson just bought nearly 2 acres of land in Malibu, where she plans to build a Hamptons-style saltbox home. Johnson picked up the land for $2.9 million. Listing agent Terry Lucoff told the Post that the sellers originally had plans for a 6,200-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion on the land, but later had the blueprints changed to a saltbox-style residence.

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Entertainment Tonight correspondent and former soap star Cameron Mathieson is ending his relationship with his West Harlem townhouse. The television personality sold his recently renovated home for $3.3 million.

The brownstone, located at 136 West 130th Street between Lennox and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, measures 4,144 square feet over three stories. It has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.

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Actress Michelle Williams has lived in Brooklyn before it was cool (ok, not really, but she’s been there a while), and in June, she went ahead and bought herself an absolutely perfect pre-war mansion in Prospect Park South for $2.5 million. Now, Williams has filed plans with the city to renovate the property.