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

Leonardo DiCaprio and 66 East 11th Street (image credit: NASA via Wikimedia and StreetEasy)
Leonardo DiCaprio and 66 East 11th Street (image credit: NASA via Wikimedia and StreetEasy)

In the latest installment of Leonardo DiCaprio’s real estate shuffle, the Oscar-winning actor has parted ways his eco-friendly apartment at 66 East 11th Street. According to the Observer, DiCaprio’s 3,663-square-foot condo sold for $8 million — $2 million less than he paid for the pad in 2014 — in an off market deal.

Anish Kapoor
Anish Kapoor

Sculptor Anish Kapoor apparently likes to sleep where he works. The artist whose 40-ton steel sculpture sits at the base of Alexico and Hines’ condo tower at 56 Leonard just purchased an apartment in that very building.

Colin Kaepernick and his Tribeca pad (credit: Mike Morbeck via Wikimedia and Compass)
Colin Kaepernick and his Tribeca pad (credit: Mike Morbeck via Wikimedia and Compass)

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been making some major plays — in real estate that is. The headline-hogging football player has been revealed by the LA Times as the owner of a $3.2 million condo at Tribeca’s Enrique Norten-designed 1 York Street.

Alas, this is not the house Bruce Willis sold (credit: Caroline Bonarde Ucci via Wikimedia and American Advisors Group via Flickr)
Alas, this is not the house Bruce Willis sold (credit: Caroline Bonarde Ucci via Wikimedia and American Advisors Group via Flickr)

Bruce Willis has sold his sprawling Mulholland Drive ranch for $6 million. The property comprises eight lots over 35.45 acres with a 2,905 square-foot four-bedroom home, Variety reported.

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Disgraced Democratic politician John Edwards has listed his enormous North Carolina estate for $6.9 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. It’s nearly as nice as his haircut.

Kylie Jenner and her Hidden Hills home (credit: KathyaG.2002 via Wikimedia and Sotheby's)
Kylie Jenner and her Hidden Hills home (credit: KathyaG.2002 via Wikimedia and Sotheby’s)

It seems like just yesterday we reported on the youngest Jenner/Kardashian snapping up the $4.5 million home which was reportedly destined to become her home office, and already it’s back on the market — just five months later — for a pretty significant $5.4 million, almost a whole million more than she splashed out for it.

Ben Carson and the Florida home he's put on the market (credit: Gage Skidmore via Flickr and Engel & Vöelkers)
Ben Carson and the Florida home he’s put on the market (credit: Gage Skidmore via Flickr and Engel & Vöelkers)

Former neurosurgeon, pyramid theorist, thwarted Republican candidate, and upcoming secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson is ready to part ways with his miniature Florida mansion. Possibly to make room for his ever expanding resume.