Location: New York
Price: $23.5 million
Square Footage: 6,000
In the first of two recent real estate moves, Madonna listed her longtime Upper West Side duplex for sale in November. It has 110 feet of frontage onto Central Park and French doors leading out to Juliet balconies from which to view the park or channel Evita Peron while addressing the masses in song. The co-op in Harperly Hall was decorated by Madge's brother Christopher Ciccone and featured in Architectural Digest. It also has five wood-burning fireplaces, four bedroom wings, sound and humidifier system, and according to the listing with Brown Harris Stevens, "endless closet space." The building has a manned gate house at the central courtyard entrance and a roof garden.
Never one to rest on her laurels, Madonna then kicked off 2013 by officially listing her remodeled Beverly Hills mansion for $22.5 million (although the Real Estalker says the mansion had already been quietly offered as a pocket listing). That property, which Madonna bought in 2003 from actress Sela Ward, would continue to appeal to professional entertainers since it includes two offices with space for assistants, two guest houses and a resort-size pool.