Fans of reality TV shows and DJ Steve Aoki are in luck as the Japanese American artist has recently opened the doors to reveal the amazing interior of his Las Vegas, Nevada mansion.
The 16,779-square-foot (1,558-square-meter) house, which was acquired by the 41-year-old musician at an auction for $2.6 million in 2013, was recently featured in an episode of Scott Disick’s “Flip It Like Disick.”
Have you ever dreamt of owning the Playboy mansion? If you have around $200 million to spare, you can have a chance to buy Los Angeles’ most famous estate.
But before you reach into your secret Swiss accounts, be advised that the deal does not include any Playboy bunnies but does come with something that might change your mind: Hef himself.
For all those who fell in love with the Cohen family on the hit ’00s series “The O.C.”, the glamorous house they used to shoot exterior scenes with has hit the market with an asking price of $6.25 million.
While the Fox-based series portrayed a life of an affluent family from Newport Beach, California, the newly listed house is actually located in Malibu.
Millionaire property developer Kim Davies thought children’s 150-year-old gravestones added the perfect touch to the walls of his $2.4 million country mansion in South Wales.
The 60-year-old millionaire has been ordered by the court to pay $333,000 in legal fees for using the antique gravestones as decorative stone plaques for his walls and as flagstones for his patio, reports the Daily Mail.
A ridiculously rich West Hollywood couple spent $40,000 on a commercial for their mansion that is on the market for $32 million.
A trailer house on land bought for $300 is now on the market for $1.2 million.
A humble one-bedroom, one-bath trailer in Amagansett South in the uber-wealthy Hamptons is on sale for an astonishing $1.2 million.
While Manny Pacquiao is getting ready for his superfight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. on May 3, he still found the time to buy a house in probably the most competitive and expensive real estate market in the country. Pacquiao purchased an opulent 10,000 square-foot pad for his family in Beverly Hills for $12.5 million.
It’s the former home of Sean “Diddy” Combs, and Pacquiao had to fight outside of the ring to get it. The seven-bedroom, eight-bath mansion had two other bidders, but Pacquiao successfully fought them off by offering the seller four tickets to the Mayweather fight, Pacquiao’s realtor, Elsa Nelson, told USA Today.