This week in celebrity real estate news, Ryan Lewis of the Grammy-award winning team of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, bought in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood, Lauren Conrad bought a home in Laguna Beach and Keith Richards bought a New York penthouse.
With three chart-topping hits and enormous Grammy success, where is Ryan Lewis headed next? According to property records, he’ll be hanging out at his new home in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. The producer in the successful duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis just dropped $3.3 million on a waterfront home.
The house is rather traditional with vaulted ceilings, crown molding and huge rooms. Measuring 7,610 square feet, the home offers four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Magnolia is just a few miles northwest of downtown, but it’s surprising that 25-year-old Lewis bought in this upscale, quiet neighborhood, rather than in Capitol Hill, where his counterpart, Macklemore, né Ben Haggerty, is rumored to have purchased a home.
See more photos of Lewis’ new place.
Lauren Conrad has her hands full with a beauty website, a fashion line at Kohl’s department stores, as well as a number of published books. However, as of late, Conrad has also had her hands full with real estate. The former reality star just bought a home in mid-February in Laguna Beach. Earlier this year, she listed another Laguna Beach home for sale. Less than a year ago, she also closed on a home in Brentwood and a penthouse in Beverly Hills.
Her latest purchase was her most pricey. According to property records, Conrad bought the home under a trust for $8.5 million. The “impeccably remodeled” home was built in 1937, and features 2,910 square feet, three beds, four baths, and updates throughout. Views of the coast are captured throughout the house’s large windows.
See more photos of Conrad’s beachfront casa.
Keith Richards, Rolling Stone co-leading rocker, and his wife of 30 years, Patti Hansen, just closed on a duplex penthouse that’s more modern than rocker.
Their new duplex penthouse, which is a combination of three units, includes three separate terraces in which to enjoy sprawling views of the Manhattan skyline.
First listed for $15 million in late 2012, Richards and Hansen spent $10.5 million on the Fifth Avenue residence.
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