The comedian, who tends to get in hot water for controversial jokes, just sold her luxe home for a discounted price.
It's safe to say that moving from Nashville to the posh Upper East Side would be a major change of scenery for the A-list couple.
Built in 1900, the 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom historic home is full of personality.
The 1,300-square-foot abode is compact, but feels larger with an airy open floor plan and bright white walls
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The custom-built estate is made completely of rare imported adobe.
The actress bought the stunning property from Tom Cruise in 2015 for $11.4 million.
The charming English manor where John Lennon lived and wrote is on the market.
The stunning home impresses on it’s own, but it helps that it has a presidential seal of approval behind it.
Located in semi-seclusion at the end of a private dock, the 3,500-square-foot property sits on 2.3 acres of manicured land overlooking Wainscott Pond.
According to 6sqft, Behar's cozy new digs come with two bedrooms and the option for a third. The 1,314-square-foot home comes with a private balcony that overlooks "a slice of Central Park."
Virginia and Leonard Woolf found a home in Hogarth House in 1915, but it became so much more than just a place to hang their hats.
Its bold exterior combines glass with wood paneling in a contemporary way.
The home has a long list of famous residents, including Nate Archibald of Gossip Girl.
The rock n’ roll icon is “Never Going Back Again” to his heavenly Hawaii home.
An 1826-built West Village townhouse that was once famously rented by Courtney Love for $27,000/month is now back on the market.