Filed under: Estates
--We've heard about this for a while but now it's official Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams are living in the Treehouse, a 2,000 square-foot post-and-beam house that was once the home of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi.
--Rodeo cowboy Todd Tee Tramp is selling his five-acre Lancaster ranch and moving to Missouri. The ranch is listed at $719,900.
--The Beverly Hills home of actor Jimmy Stewart was torn down in 2000 and now a mansion built on the site of his house and garden has been sold for its $25-million asking price.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Star Jones has pulled her apartment off the market.
--Russian-born billionaire Len Blavatnik has finally found his co-op in New York. He bought a full-floor apartment belonging to investment banker Peter Schoenfeld for its asking price of $27.5 million. Blavatnik had been turned down when he tried to buy Mary Tyler Moore's apartment at 927 Fifth Ave.
-- Stone Phillips has sold is apartment for $4.45 million.
--What price nostalgia? Garrison Keillor has bought the same apartment in the El Dorado he sold back in the 1990s for around $760,000 for the price of $3.6 million.
-- Solaria, the new 20-story building in Riverdale has constructed a white dome-shaped observatory on the rooftop equipped with a Meade telescope. All residents will get stargazing lessons as well as a free one-year membership to the Museum of Natural History, home of the Rose Center Planetarium.
--Mary Tyler Moore has sold a co-op appointment she has owned in the San Remo for $6.6 million.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Dan Abrams is buyingg the Greenwich Village apartment he has been renting for $2.17 million .
--Republican fundraiser Mallory Factor sold his townhouse to Perry Dean Rogers president Steven Foote.
--You can live under Barbara Walters for $18.9 million. It's our estate of the day later today. The estate belongs to the Lindemann family. Adam Lindemann recently sold an apartment that was listed at $21 million.
--A "green" townhouse on Reade Street in Tribeca has been sold for $7.7 million. The home has geothermal heating and cooling systems.
--Jonathan Grayer, the chairman and C.E.O. of test-prep company Kaplan, has sold his Upper West Side condo for $7.195 million.