Light fixtures are usually included in a multimillion dollar house — but not in Marc Jacobs’ house. Realtor.comJacobs purchased the house for $10.5 million in 2009 with his then-fiancé, Lorenzo Martone, and spent $1.15 million renovating the 4,800-square-foot townhouse, according to MDLNY. There is a second kitchen upstairs — a narrow galley kitchen where Jacobs’ private chef cooked for him. .“[I] sold Mark Jacobs’ house for $10.5 million. “[I] sold Mark Jacobs’ house for $10.5 million.
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Here’s one of their favorite listings this week:109 Alborn Drive: $408,900$408,900 Neighborhood: MooresvilleRealtor: Rym Saka at The Redbud GroupFeatures: Gourmet kitchen, fenced-in yard, bonus room. Specs: 4 bed, 3.5 bath, 4,308 square feetFrom a two-story house near the Mallard Creek Greenway to a Villa Heights bungalow, here are a few homes on our radar. Why we love it: This two-story home has a pergola-covered patio, an updated kitchen, hardwoods throughout, and a coy living room fireplace. AdvertisementNeighborhood: Wellington, Prosperity Church RoadRealtor: Patricia Langevin at Allen Tate UniversitySpecs: 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 1,658 square feetNotable features: Backs up to Mallard Creek Greenway, community pool, peaceful backyard, nice bathrooms. Neighborhood: Wesley HeightsRealtor: Carl Buch at Century 21 Providence RealtySpecs: 3 bed, 2 bath, 1,411 square feetNotable features: Wood floors, built-ins, curb appeal, recently remodeled.DAILY MAIL - Million Dollar Listing: Ryan Serhant sells townhouse for designer Marc Jacobs for $10.5 million
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After 18 seasons, Top Chef is coming out with a new show just for its superfans: Top Chef Amateurs. Ahead of the July 1 premiere, PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the Top Chef Amateurs trailer. Top Chef Amateurs Credit: David Moir/BravoAs amateurs, the show will bring in a few Top Chef All-Stars to help out in the kitchen, who will also rotate in as guest judges alongside Simmons. "Top Chef Amateurs combines all the frantic fun and delicious food of the original series, with the joy and excitement of making super fans' wishes come true. Top Chef Season 18 Top Chef Season 18 | Credit: David Moir/BravoThe current season of the original Top Chef, which was filmed in a bubble in Portland, Ore., recently sent home Avishar Barua and welcomed back Jamie Tran after a grueling battle on Last Chance Kitchen.ROLLING STONE - Julianne Moore Sheds Charming Montauk Cottage
One morning not too long ago Julianne Moore woke up in her cute-as-button cottage on the placid shore of Fort Pond in the sleepy and low-key, if still alarmingly expensive, Hamptons community of Montauk to find a drunken woman passed out on the deep-cushioned leather sofa in the living room. It wasn’t too long before the humble and pretty near perfect pond-front cottage popped up for sale at $2.85 million, considerably less than the almost $3.5 million they asked when it came for sale a handful of years ago. And, when the roughly 1,000-square-foot beach-chic cottage finally sold earlier this year for its full asking price, the Moore-Freundlichs more than tripled the $1.07 million paid for the place in 2007. The bohemian hideaway oozes with original charm and is fashionably turned out with hand-scraped antique barn wood floors, a brick fireplace painted onyx and a vaulted ceiling crossed by thick wood beam. Moore and Fruendlich’s Manhattan home, a stunning late 1800s Greek Revival townhouse in the heart of the West Village, was purchased in 2003 for $3.5 million.