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The 10 most expensive celebrity real estate transactions of 2021

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  • Celebrity real estate has been booming all year long.
  • Celebrities sold their old properties and bought the homes of their dreams.
  • Below we show the most expensive real estate bought and sold.

Whether on the East Coast or West Coast, inland or on the Hawaiian Islands, celebrity real estate has been booming all year long. Celebrities have been selling their old properties and buying the homes of their dreams no matter what the cost.

For some, this means letting go of a mid-century modern Beverly Hills home. For others, taking a piece of the Malibu shoreline was in order. Here are the most expensive real estate properties bought and sold by celebrities in 2021.

Tommy Hilfiger, $45 million

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee Ocleppo ushered in the new year with the sale of their home in Greenwich, Connecticut for $45 million this January.

Ocleppo told AD that the European-style house was “in bad shape” when they bought it for $31.4 million in 2010, so it’s safe to say they made a considerable profit.

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, $45 million

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are known for their love of real estate, and 2021 was no exception. In May, the couple abandoned their 10,000-square-foot home in Beverly Hills for $45 million.

They bought the property from Adam Levine just two years earlier for $42.5 million.

Bette Midler, $45 million

Between the interior space and a landscaped terrace, Bette Midler’s former Upper East Side penthouse measures 10,000 square feet, undeniably palatial by New York standards.

The singer/comedian and her husband, Martin von Haselberg, owned the four-bedroom, six-and-a-half bath unit for 25 years before selling it for $45 million. That was $5 million below the original asking price.

Mark Zuckerberg, $53 million

In March, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan spent $53 million on 600 acres of land on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, adding to the 700 acres of space on Kauai they purchased in 2014 for more than $100 million.

Locals have been protesting the Zuckerberg property since the original purchase, though the couple claim their goal is to protect native wildlife and keep the space open to the public.

Kanye West, $57.3 million

It’s no secret that Kanye West is a fan of extreme minimalism, and the Malibu home he bought for $57.3 million this September suits his taste perfectly.

Designed by Tadao Ando, ​​the 3,665-square-foot home, which is entirely concrete and glass inside and out, features four bedrooms and four and a half baths.

Scooter Braun, $65 million

Music executive, Scooter Braun, broke a Brentwood record in September with the purchase of a $65 million modern farmhouse, the most expensive deal to date in the West Los Angeles neighborhood.

The simple, boxy layout of the 19,000-square-foot home and natural color scheme allow the space to feel calm despite its vastness.

The Weeknd, $70 million

Among the most expensive deals in Los Angeles this year is The Weeknd’s purchase of a contemporary Bel Air mansion for $70 million. The roughly 33,000-square-foot property puts every last inch to good use – featuring a gym, sauna, movie theater, two pools, and countless other amenities.

The home underwent a massive renovation before the musician bought it, the result is fully modernized with gorgeous marble throughout and floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors for seamless living inside and out. (Branden and Rayni Williams of The Beverly Hills Estates represented the seller, while Angel Salvador of The Beverly Hills Estates represented the buyer.)

Jeff Bezos, $78 million

In a rather mysterious off-market deal, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his partner Lauren Sanchez bought 14 acres of land on Hawaii’s island of Maui this June. Although the official price Bezos paid for the property is unknown, local real estate experts have estimated it to be around $78 million.

The many structures on the grounds reportedly include a 4,500-square-foot main house and a 1,700-square-foot guesthouse, both in the style of a Hawaiian plantation.

Calvin Klein, $85 million

After 34 years in his East Hampton home, fashion mogul Calvin Klein sold the 8.4-acre property for $85 million in July, a total of $81.4 million more than he paid for the location in 1987. A truly historic Hamptons property, the 19th century home was designed by the same architect as Gray Gardens.

The sale included not only the property, which has a main house, boathouse, and pool added by the Kleins, but also a valuable adjacent strip of land.

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