Billionaire owner Ron Burkle restored the historic home in Los Angeles.
It was worth the wait.
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The Upper East Side doesn't even make the top 15.
Bey and Jay aren't the only stars who have spent time on the storied property.
Called the "Norman Lykes House," it's a futuristic mountainside enclave.
You’ll just need to fork over $10,500 a night.
Bridal party paradise!
The King of Pop was well-known for his lavish taste in properties, and this one is no exception.
Own a piece of architectural history.
The $11.5 million New York City property is a work of art — and now it can be yours.
It was the world-famous ballerina's home during the 50s and 60s.
We're talking a wood-burning fireplace, a dressing room, *and* wraparound terrace.
Take a look inside her Bel Air home.
The 7-bedroom abode just hit the market for $14.5 million.
The dramatic decor definitely matched this next-level dramatic show!
Wait until you see the chandelier!
But it's a swanky Central Park apartment in a luxury hotel.
Used to have a little now she has A LOT.
The 1900 home is just $195,000.
Our lips are not sealed. Everyone needs to know about this place.
With tennis courts, swimming pools, and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf hole, the Thimble Islands are as fancy as private islands get.
Your dream of moving into a five-star hotel is about to become a reality.