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

Mike Myers and 443 Greenwich (credit: KC Medien/Moving Pictures/Eric’s Boy and StreetEasy)

Actor Mike Myers is the latest buyer at the super-secretive, probably celebrity-filled 443 Greenwich. Myers and his wife Kelly Tisdale just dropped $14.6 million on a 4,241 square foot, four-bedroom condo in the swanky Tribeca building, a little over its $14.25 million asking price.

Billy Bush and plans for the townhouse (photo credit: Instagram)

Trump’s “locker room” buddy Billy Bush has sold his Chelsea townhouse at 224 West 22nd Street, according to the Wall Street Journal. The home was last listed for $8.25 million, but the listing agents declined to tell the Journal the final closing price or the buyer.

The Obamas and their Hawaiian holiday home (credit: Pete Souza via Wikimedia and Paradise Point Estates)

The privately owned escape, Paradise Point Estate in Kailua Bay, is where the Obamas vacationed from 2008 through 2011. And now, it’s available for you to rent, starting at a whopping $4,500 per night.

Celine Dion and her late husband (photo credit: George Biard via Wikipedia)

Celine Dion had a rough year. Her longtime husband, René Angélil, died after a battle with throat cancer and then two days later, her brother, Daniel, died, also of cancer. So it makes sense that the bestselling pop star might want to make a change, and the first item on the list seems to be her Paris house. She has reportedly put the mansion on the market for €9 million (about $9.4 million).

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump (photo credit: Spencer Platt/ Getty}

After months of rumors, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are officially moving to a new home in DC at 2449 Tracy Pl, NW, according to Washingtonian magazine. The home recently sold on December 22nd for $5.5 million, but Washingtonian could not confirm whether Trump and Kushner were the buyers, or are renting from the new owners.

The late Debbie Reynolds and her childhood home (credit: Allan Warren via Wikimedia and Zillow)

Debbie Reynolds — the actress and singer famous for her roles in “Singin’ in the Rain”, “Charlotte’s Web and “Will and Grace”, and her decades long Hollywood career — died last week at the age of 84, just one day after the death of her daughter, Carrie Fisher. And Reynolds’ childhood home in Burbank, Calif., recently hit the market for $749,000.