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

Taylor Swift is reportedly shelling out almost $40,000 per month on a West Village rental while her Tribeca penthouse gets an upgrade. Built originally as a carriage house in 1912, Swift’s new and temporary home is now a 5,400-square-foot townhouse with five bedrooms and a 30-foot-long indoor pool. She’s renting from David Aldea, chief technology officer at Soho House.

The $75 million price tag on Demi Moore’s palatial spread at the San Remo may have proved an “Indecent Proposal” for prospective buyers. That might explain why the “Charlie’s Angels” star has slashed the asking price by a whopping $16 million, bringing it to a potentially more palatable $59 million.

Until now, there have been no interior shots released of the $13 million Tribeca pad at 416 Washington Street that Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin own together and have been trying to sell. But that all changed yesterday when Goop published six images of the “confident, breezy” three bedroom apartment, which was designed by Roman and Williams. The uncouple had originally listed it for $14,250,000, but lowered the price in April after it had been on the market for little more than a month.

Not many things will convince Manhattanites to cross the Hudson (though they are strangely willing to cross the East River), but former “Today” show anchor Natalie Morales’ brownstone in Hoboken might be worth the trip. She just listed her home in New York’s sixth borough for $3.1 million.

Brat pack icon Molly Ringwald has listed her East Village pied-a-terre for $1.8 million. The redhead actress’ 122 East 10th Street apartment hit the market on Monday, with a listing that describes the unit as “celebrity owned.”

The Park Avenue apartment where New York real estate queen, Barbara Corcoran, and her husband have lived for the past 18 years has entered contract for $4.9 million. The 2,700-square-foot co-op at 1192 Park Avenue has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and sweeping views of Park Avenue.

Just a month after listing his East Village pad for $2.2 million, actor Alan Cumming has sold his apartment, according to the Observer. Cumming and his husband purchased the four-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 297 East 10th Street in 2005 for $1.695 million.