Today Show: Celebrity Homes For Sale
On May 16 2013, the Today Show toured some celebrity homes that are now on the market. You could move into Annie Leibovitz or John McCain’s old house.
Today Show: Annie Leibovitz’s New York City Compound
Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz’s New York City compound, which is actually three townhouses put together. It has a work space on one side and a home on the other, with a courtyard running down the center separating the two. Standing on the corner of Greenwich and West 11th Street, the 10,000 square-foot home has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 13 fireplaces. Annie Leibovitz is moving uptown, and she is selling her compound for $29 million.
Today Show: John McCain’s Old House In Arizona
What makes John McCean’s Arizona home so special is the history behind the home. It is still called the McCain home by residents in the area, and he has raised seven kids there with his wife, Cindy. The house is 14,000 square feet, has seven bedrooms, six and a half baths, a master suite with tile floors, a wood beam ceiling, a Jacuzzi out back, swimming pool, two ramadas, and several guests houses. This place isn’t so much a house as it is a compound. The asking price is a surprisingly low $2.9 million.
Today Show: Larry Ellison’s Lake Tahoe Home
Billionaire Larry Ellison, founder of Oracle, is selling his Lake Tahoe home. There is a screening room, six bedrooms and eight and a half baths (guest house included), a billiard room, a sauna, a library, and a soundproof room to record in. The views are also to die for, with it sitting right on Lake Tahoe. With prices on property in that area rising 30 percent in the past few years, it should come as no surprise that this house is selling for $28.5 million.
Today Show: Mitch Richmond’s Calabasas, California Home
This Mediterranean style home belonged to NBA All Star Mitch Richmond. Called an ultimate bachelor’s crib, the house has a water slide, basketball court, built-in barbecue, sports bar, six bedrooms, nine baths, a wine cellar, a beauty salon, and a game room, among other luxuries. The backyard pool even has its own waterfall. This place is a little ridiculous, and to get in on that ridiculousness, you will have to part with $9.49 million.