Celebrity Real Estate: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Renee Zellweger, Heidi Klum
A Sign of Better Times for Zeta-Jones & Michael Douglas?
Parting ways with the past might be quite profitable for Catherine Zeta-Jones. The Welsh-born actress has listed the Bedford, NY home where she lived during her separation from Michael Douglas.
The $8.1 million brick colonial is for sale and the couple is reportedly back together.
The couple rented the 6-bedroom, 6-bath brick colonial at 541 Guard Hill Rd for about six months before buying it for $5.075 million in 2010. According to the listing, the home was recently renovated. There is a new guesthouse and a master suite with huge closets and a dressing room.
Zellweger Lists Her Connecticut Yankee Retreat
It completed her – for a little while. Now Renee Zellweger is ready to give the ultimate cold shoulder to the 1770s Connecticut country home.
Listed for $1.6 million, the historic rural retreat is set on 38 acres and overlooks the Quinebaug River in rural Pomfret Center.
There’s no roughing it in this luxurious updated farmhouse, which was re-done in 2004 and sprawls 3,463 square feet. There’s a chef’s kitchen, beamed ceilings, a family room and a swimming pool. There are also 7 fireplaces – plenty enough mantel space to hold the actress’s Oscar for her Best Supporting Actress award for “Cold Mountain.”
Klum Closes the Deal
“Project Runway” host Heidi Klum has sold her 8.5-acre property in Brentwood Estates for $24 million. Klum had bought the place in 2010 with her ex-husband, Seal, and had the place completely done over. The Mediterranean-style villa has 8 bedrooms, 10 baths and spans 12,300 square feet.
Klum bought it for $14.2 million but pumped a lot of cash into the remodel, restoring doors, windows and thresholds, designing her dream closets and adding home technology and security. She also added a master bathroom with a view of the Pacific.
The home has a motor court with a fountain, an infinity-edge pool and spa, a koi pond, a formal rose garden, a rolling lawn for golf putting and driving, a children’s playhouse and slide and “secret gardens.” And that’s just the outside.