5 Newly Listed Celebrity Homes You Wish You Could Buy

_mainThe world of celebrity real estate news is ever-revolving, and we're here to keep you on track. Ever dreamed of living in a celebrity home? Um, who hasn't? From Helen Mirren's sprawling Mediterranean-style villa to January Jones's Carrara-marble-outfitted three-bedroom, these five celeb homes have all recently hit the market. Scoop them up now before another dreamer beats you to it.
thumb WHO: Helen Mirren WHAT: The real-life dame and fictional queen's 6,699-square foot, four-bedroom, and seven-bathroom Mediterranean villa. LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA PRICE: For rent for $40,000/month. BEST ASSETS: Long and windy driveway leading to sprawling grounds above the bustling Hollywood area. FURTHER READING: The Real Estalker
kitchen-eating-area-832ac9-574x430 WHO: January Jones WHAT: The blonde and beautiful midcentury mad woman's 2,200 square foot, three-bedroom Los Feliz home. LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA PRICE: For sale for $1.495 million BEST ASSETS: Outdoor fire pit and spacious balcony overlooking a sea of green tree tops. FURTHER READING: Zillow
SBCohen_LSE1 WHO: Sascha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher WHAT: Beloved Borat's 5,377-square-foot home with 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA PRICE: For rent for $85,000/month. BEST ASSETS: Private screening room and lush landscaping, which is, in the words of Borat himself, "very niiiice." FURTHER READING: The Real Estalker
14-759167_1_0 WHO: Michael LaFetra WHAT: Producer and modern home hoarder's Gehry-designed 4,755 square foot, six-bedroom Brentwood property. LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA PRICE: For sale for $15 million. BEST ASSETS: Olive orchard and home office complete with Griffith Observatory inspired dome. FURTHER READING: Curbed
unnamed (1) WHO: Katherine Hepburn WHAT: The late silver-screen star's former 8,368-square-foot, six-bedroom Connecticut compound. LOCATION: Old Saybrook, CT PRICE: For sale for $14.8 million -- just reduced. BEST ASSETS: Private sandy beach and private dock leading to the Long Island sound. FURTHER READING: Curbed