Oksana Grigorieva 3,468 square feet of living space, with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms at price tag of $ 2,405,000:Oksana Grigorieva 3,468 square feet of living space, with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms at price tag of $ 2,405,000. You might know Oksana Grigorieva as an accomplished Russian pianist and singer-songwriter or perhaps more recently as the lady friend of disgruntled movie star Mel Gibson. Back when things were rainbows and lolly pops, Mel dished out the money for this beautiful house in Sherman Oaks California, presumably for the couple to share, however things have hit the fan and tapes have been released... Now it seems that this lovely home is the current prime residence of one Oksana Grigorieva. House specs are 3,468 square feet of living space, with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, plus the price tag which Mel reportedly paid was $ 2,405,000. Celebrity Real Estate, Homes And Houses, Famous Property Pictures
Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovleva bought his daughter Ekaterina Rybolovleva a New York City apartment for $88 million:You may have heard that a Russian billionaire, Dmitry Rybolovleva, who made his fortune in fertilizer, bought his daughter a New York City apartment for $88 million. So who is this lucky duck? From what we can find out, the mysterious Ekaterina Rybolovleva is 22 years old, and doesn't even live in the Big Apple. The Russian heiress does, however, live in the U.S. where she stus at an €œundisclosed U.S. university€ -- the New York Post says Harvard -- but nothing's confirmed. The blonde beauty, now the proud owner of New York's priciest crash pad, has stayed out of the spotlight. A serious equestrian (who could probably stash a horse or two in the 6,437 square foot penthouse with 10 rooms and a wrap-around terrace) she competes at trials across Europe. Although the horsewoman was born in Russia, she has spent the last 15 years mainly in Switzerland and Monaco. And, in the rare instance she does hole up in her tony 15 Central Park West address, she can always borrow a cup of sugar from one of her neighbors in the post building, like Sting, Denzel Washington and head of Goldman Sachs Lloyd Blankfein. Meet 22-year-old Ekaterina Rybolovleva, the proud owner of New York's most expensive apartment, courtesy of her Ã¼ber rich daddy, former fertilizer magnate, Dmitry Rybolovlev. POS: Inside New York's Most Expensive Apartment If you've ever wanted to know what an $88 million pad looks like you now have the chance to find out, courtesy of realestate.aol.com. The 6,744 sq ft apartment boasts 10 rooms, a wrap-around terrace, it's own library, seven walk-in closets and a wrap around terrace which boasts stunning views of the city. POS: Inside Petra Ecclestone's Remodeled $85 Million Mansion The seller was Sanford I. Weill, the former head of Citigroup Inc and the Wall Street Journal reports that the sale generated a cool $2.5 million in city and state taxes, and the lucky real estate broker pocketed around $3.5 million in commission. Getting one up on Petra, who threw down a mere $85 million for her real estate purchase -- Candy Spelling's former Holmby Hills mansion -- Ekaterina's sale broke records for an individual property transaction, quite an achievement in a city that is known for it's hefty home prices. POS: Meet The Ecclestones - Petra And Her Family And get this, the Central Park abode will be only a part time residence for the Russian, who is a permanent resident of tax haven to the mega rich, Monaco. The avid equestrian plans to stay in her €˜starter home' while she is studying in the city. Ekaterina's father made his mega billions during the post-Soviet privatization of the economy, he is the former owner of fertilizer business Uralkali. And, aside from providing a nice study crash pad for his daughter, there could be an ulterior motive for the costly purchase.
Stephen Baldwin’s House: Reality Shows and Foreclosure Make for a Rough Acting Career:Stephen Baldwin has had a decidedly strange acting career. After choosing to follow in the footsteps of his actor brothers, Alec, Daniel, and William, his star seemed on the rise. After appearing in guest starring roles on a number of late 80s and early 90s sitcoms, including “Kate and Allie” and “Family Ties”, he transitioned to film work. Some of his early projects included roles in “Born on the Fourth of July”, “Posse”, “8 Seconds”, “Threesome”, “Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle”, and his most well reviewed performance, as McManus, in “The Usual Suspects”. Then it all kind of went “pear-shaped”. His film projects became increasingly low budget, or just plain destined for poor reviews, and in 2006, he and his family found it necessary to sell their home. By 2009, the home had been foreclosed upon, and they had been forced to declare bankruptcy. Already a celebrity reality series veteran by the mid-2000s, with appearances on such shows as “Celebrity Mole Hawaii” and “Celebrity Mole Yucatan”, he would spend the next few years focusing on the reality television work. He has since appeared on “Ty Murray’s Celebrity Bull Riding Challenge”, “Celebrity Apprentice”, “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!”, and “Celebrity Big Brother (UK)”. Most recently, he has resurfaced on the Biography Channel reality series, “Celebrity House Hunting”. The house in Nyack, New York, that seemingly started the ball rolling downhill, has been the subject of some discussion, as Mr. Baldwin is currently suing actor Kevin Costner for his portion of an investment in an oil cleanup invention. Stephen Baldwin’s house in Nyack, New York, is a relatively modest home with views of the Hudson River. Built in 1850, the three-storey Victorian home contains four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The home also sports a two-car garage with a guest apartment or workout area above, a massive backyard, a kitchen with all new fixtures, and a beautiful “Widow’s Walk” on the top of the house. Stephen Baldwin’s house was originally purchased for $515,000, and then the family renovated it. When he attempted to sell it in 2006, he increased to $2.8 million. This may be the reason why the home was not particularly quick to sell. Whether it was Stephen Baldwin’s house, or some wacky career choices that spelled his doom, it is abundantly clear that Mr. Baldwin is having a rough time of it.