Celebrities buying and Selling Houses

Celion Dion

Recently A lot of celebrities started investing their gained money from movies, music records and clips in buying fancy luxuriated houses in a unique spots round the world specially in UK.

As a start one of the famous celebrity that bought house in the past 5 years and selling it in 2015 is Jennifer Lopez  She bought this house with then-husband Marc Anthony back in 2010 for $8.2 million. The house was renovated and then decorated by Michelle Workman Interiors. Jennifer Lopez has a new house in the Hampton s and she just dropped $22.25 million on a Manhattan penthouse at the end of last year, where she seems to be packing to move to very soon. Here are some photos of the house which definitely proves that she has an amazing taste not only in clothes but only real estate and interior designs.

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Different views of the house

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Robert Pattinson is for a fact, Robert decided to move from a house he once shared with co-star in Twilight series Kristen Stewart and just bought a very private house in the Hollywood hills. Robert Pattinson’s new house is all about simplicity and natural beauty. The 1940 square foot Spanish-style family home has 2 bedrooms and 2.0 bathrooms, just fuzzy enough for the actor. the new house cost $2.1765 million. Take a look and let me know if you would pay this much for this house!

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