Daniel Craig New York City $ 1,900,000 Penthouse:English actor/producer and current holder of the James Bond role, Daniel Craig, has laid the money down for a stunningly bright white, sunshine filled penthouse in New York City. This stunningly beautiful yet cozy crib boasts 1,121 square feet of living space, along with merely one bedroom and two bathrooms. The most amazing feature is the marvelous skylights/wall of glass in the living area, along with two very roomy terraces with exceptional city views. The purchase price for Danny boy and his partner Satsuki was $ 1,900,000. Celebrity Real Estate, Homes And Houses, Famous Property Pictures
Miley Cyrus’ House: A $3.9 Million Mansion:Miley Cyrus, also known as Destiny Hope Cyrus, was born into a showbiz family. Her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, charmed the pants off of America with his “ear-wormy” country crossover hit, “Achy Breaky Heart”, back in the early 90s. He went on to a respectable country career in the US and abroad, and parlayed that into an equally successful acting career. When he and his wife had their first child, it only stood to reason that she would be a performer too. However, Miss Cyrus went on to far eclipse her father, starring in the ridiculously popular Disney series, “Hannah Montana”, that launched a string of successful tours, clothing lines, spin-off movies, accessories, toys, and the list goes on. Miley Cyrus became a money making machine, and when she decided to leave her “tween” roots behind, and attempt a more “adult” career releasing an official studio album, and shifting her focus to movies, the future looked bright. Unfortunately, like many young stars that attempt to make the transition into adult stardom while remaining in the public eye, she tripped up… quite a lot actually. From wearing clothes that alienated her still rather young audience, and more importantly, their parents, to indulging in Hollywood teen behavior that made the wrong kind of headlines, to appearing in projects that left her fans cold, Miss Cyrus has stumbled her way into Tinseltown adulthood with far less grace than one might hope. Her most recent effort, “LOL”, a remake of the French film of the same name, has received almost no publicity, grossed less than the cost of a college education in its first week open worldwide, and has been thoroughly savaged by the few critics that have seen it. Welcome to adulthood, Miley. Just under a year ago, in a further bid to establish herself as an emancipated adult, she purchased a (third) home in Studio City, California. The 5,713 square foot, single storey ranch-style house, contains five bedrooms, and six and half bathrooms. She purchased it for $3.9 million dollars, and like many mansions in California, it features floor-to-ceiling windows in almost every room, a massive lawn, a swimming pool, and an open plan central living area. The master bedroom has its own sitting area with a fireplace and skylight, a very large master bath/spa, and a private patio. There is a separate suite attached to the main house, on the other side of the garage, for visiting family members. A gargantuan stone fireplace dominates the open-plan dining and living space. At a mere nineteen, she is on house number three. While her real estate choices clearly point to an adult sense of self, she may want to spend a bit more time choosing her projects (and behavior), and less on choosing new property.
Catherine Zeta-Jones’ House: A $5.075 Million Retreat for a Very Busy Woman:Like most actors from the British Isles, Catherine Zeta-Jones began her professional career onstage, appearing in musicals while still a child. From there, she branched out into television roles, and eventually to film work. Though she was relatively well known in the UK, it was not until 1998’s “The Mask of Zorro”, that the rest of the world took notice. From there, she went on to appear in a string of successful film projects, including “Entrapment”, “Traffic”, “Chicago”, and “Ocean’s Twelve”. Her performance in “Chicago” earned her an Oscar, a BAFTA, and a SAG Award. She has since appeared in a few more films, married Oscar-winning actor/director/producer Michael Douglas, given birth to two children, and won a Tony for her work in the revival of “A Little Night Music” on Broadway. In other words, she’s been a bit busy. This summer, she is starring in the highly anticipated film adaptation of the hit musical, “Rock of Ages”. When she is not running around like a whirling acting dervish, she retires to one of the multiple properties she owns with Mr. Douglas. The couple’s most recent purchase was a lovely estate in Bedford, New York. Catherine Zeta-Jones’ house in Westchester County is 6,300 square feet and contains five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. The couple paid $5.075 million for it, which is actually quite a bargain, relatively speaking. The grounds also include a guesthouse. The house itself has beautiful hardwood floors, five fireplaces, a large, country-style kitchen with two dishwashers, a grass tennis court, a private swimming pond, and ample lawn. Catherine Zeta-Jones’ house in Bedford is the latest member of a long list of properties owned by the couple, including homes in Bermuda, Manhattan, Majorca, Wales, and Turks & Caicos. Apparently, Catherine Zeta-Jones’ house in Bedford is merely a mid-size addition to their portfolio.