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Wednesday, August 29, 2012


Jay-Z and Beyonce Rent Luxurious Hamptons Villa For Summer

Idolized couple Jay-Z and Beyonce and their beautiful 7 months old baby girl Blue Ivy rented the sought-after Sandcastle estate in the Hamptons for the month of August. Occupying 31,000 square feet, the splendid villa sits on 11 acres, plenty of space for the family to enjoy their stay in the most luxurious way. Paying $400,000 to have the estate to themselves for a whole month, the couple will have plenty of things to do in and around this spectacular property.
Built in 2005 by Hamptons developer Joe Farrell, the Sandcastle estate at 612 Hasley Lane will make an outstanding summer house for Hip-Hop’s king and queen this month. Listing the expensive features of this house can take up a lot of space: an impressive 2,800 square foot master suite, a separate two-bedroom apartment, full bar and disco, media room, rock climbing wall, basement with a skate-boarding half-pipe, a spa, a bowling alley, a gym, an eight-car garage, sunken tennis court, outdoor kitchen and an astounding 60 foot heated pool with a stereo system. Blue Ivy will have a ball using the a “children’s performing area” and maybe be influenced early to follow the lead of her well-known performer parents. if you’re interested in making the Sandcastle yours, the asking price is $43.5 million.

Lady Gaga’s Hollywood home

It is very common to every popular celebrity to have luxury Hollywood homes. Lady Gaga is currently the most dominating and powerful pop singers in the music industry. So it is not surprising that Lady Gaga recently moved to a $5.1 Million Hollywood home. According to the source, Lady Gaga’s Hollywood home is a six bedroom house with all the modern facilities including suspend pools.

Although all the Hollywood houses are extremely beautiful, expensive and has a theme from different culture, Lady Gaga’s Hollywood home are not different. Pop queen Lady Gaga’sHollywood home is a mixture of everything luxury items and technology and also the culture from contemporary to Mediterranean.

Lady Gaga House

Lady Gaga is USA’s most popular pop singer and favourite pop singer in the teen age group. She is just 24 as on 2010 and she has over 1 million + facebook fans.

Lady Gaga’s Net Worth is around $ 10-60 Million according to various sources. However, it is not confirmed by major media streams like Forbes.

Many of its fans want to know something about Lady Gaga’s house. Well, see the above photograph. It’s the house of Lady Gaga.

The above is the photograph of Lady Gaga’s childhood home – The Pythian condos in New York City. In 1993, when she was just 7 years old, her parents Joe and Cindy purchased an apartment at the Pythian Condominiums. The pythian is Egyptian style and converted into apartments in 1980.

Right now, Lady Gaga is living in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California in the rented house and her monthly rent is US $ 25,000 per month and its the 6 bedroom mansion.

Here are the photographs of her Mansion.

Lady Gaga House: Exterior

Lady Gaga’s House: Kitchen

Lady Gaga’s House: Bathroom

Lady Gaga’s Bedroom

Lady Gaga’s Drawing Room

America's Ugly Mansions

Gas Station Home--Lake Success, New York

With an oversized portico and a four car garage facing the forecourt, this mansion might pass for a hotel—or a gas station. But set in a community audaciously named Lake Success, how could this six bedroom contemporary stucco palace on two acres be anything but over-the-top? It’s on the market for $5,880,000.

Turret Overload--Wadsworth, Illinois

Those with a predilection for turrets might revel in this garish 17,000 square-foot, five bedroom mansion. The residence is scalloped with rounded towers that poke out of the bland landscape like a series of windowed silos. These silos overlook a backyard pool, outdoor kitchen, tennis/basketball court and four car heated garage. Fit for a catering hall, the grand front door has a massive arched window and leads to an oversized foyer with double floating staircases.

Castle Home--Alpine, New Jersey

Fairytale flourishes go beyond—way beyond—on this fanciful 21-room stone castle. Located on 2-acres, 15 minutes from Manhattan, this manor with a make-believe aura has approximately 14,000 square feet of living space. That means enough ensuite bedrooms for each of the Seven Dwarfs. The home has a whimsical Rapunzel turret, grand reception rooms and expansive verandas with sunset views. Prince Charming can pull up to a grand arched portico on his white horse.

McMansion--Arcadia, California

The epitome of the overgrown “McMansion” this 8,600 square-foot plus stucco manse sits on about half-an-acre and was built as the housing bubble swelled in 2006. It meets the requisite over-the-top checklist: a three car garage (in front) and is in an exclusive guard gated community. According to its page on, it has six bedrooms, seven full and four partial baths and is outfitted with loads of marble, granite, stone, fancy railings, crown moldings, a “master retreat with a private balcony” and pre-cast fireplace. The home is listed for $6,380,000.

Modern Compound--Beverly Hills, California

With circular walls of glass and soaring steel beams, this over-the-top modern mansion dazzles enough to make your head spin. At 7,500 square-feet, with a seven car garage, an elevator and gated security it looms large on a half acre lot. According to, the six-bedroom, seven-bath home boasts custom curved stainless steel windows and doors, marble floors and an interior garden courtyard with “hypnotizing views of its infinity edge pool.” From there you can see Los Angeles and the Pacific beyond. After an initial list price of $11,895,000, the home sold in March 2011 for $9 million.

Concrete Blocks--Huntington, New York

From the front, this concrete and cedar sided manse looks about as appealing as a bomb shelter. The design is so cold it could pass for a storage unit...for ice. Designed by architect Charles Gwathmey (known for the 1992 renovation of New York’s Guggenheim Museum), the chunky modern residence is nestled into a suburban hillside, with most of the glass to the rear overlooking woods.

Spaceship House--Golden, Colorado

Featured in Woody Allen’s 1973 science fiction comedy “Sleeper,” this private mansion is perfect...for aliens. Officially called the “Sculptured House,” the residence is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Situate on a mountain west of Denver, the house is known locally as the “Flying Saucer House,” according to it was sold in a foreclosure auction for $1.5 million in 2010.

Really are these ugly?

Source: Forbes

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Tiger Woods Beachfront home - Jewel of Maui

Tiger Woods Beachfront home - Jewel of Maui

Tiger Woods Beachfront home - Jewel of Maui

Tiger Woods Beachfront home - Jewel of Maui

Tiger Woods Beachfront home - Jewel of Maui

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