ON THE MOVE
Larry David Joining the celebrity exodus to Montecito, Larry David has added a classic French Normandy charmer built in 1929 to his growing real estate portfolio. $5.7 million bought him four bedrooms and 4.5 baths in 2858 square feet designed by high society architect George Washington Smith. The home, set on one-fifth acre, is outfitted with the most modern conveniences while maintaining a vintage ambience that reflects its French influence. Mature shade trees, clipped hedges, lush lawns and citrus trees encompass several patios and seating areas.
Celebrities aren’t only moving to Montecito, they’re also heading to Texas in greater numbers. Among those recently moving to the Austin area are Sandra Bullock, Elijah Wood, Chris Harrison, James van der Beek and Joe Rogan. And now the latest star to buy in the Lone Star State is Emma Stone. Although Texas does not publish the selling prices of homes there, it is estimated that Stone paid about $7 to $8 million for the 5000-square-foot Colonial. Set on a triple lot on 1.24 acres, the residence, built in 1940, features four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a swimming pool, formal gardens and vast lawns.
Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria have added a third property to their real estate portfolio with the purchase of a nearly 250-year-old farmhouse located in the small mountain community of Arlington, Vermont, once the long-time home of Hilaria’s late grandfather. The $1.75 million selling price includes a late 18th century, 3600-square-foot main house with three bedrooms, three baths, a tavern room and a sauna. Also found on the 55.3-acre property are an 1800-square-foot, four- bedroom, two-bath guest cottage, a horse barn, a red dairy barn and a pond.
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