Tag: celebrity real estate

Update: The Rocky II House in South Philadelphia Has Sold


We’re feeling the love for Rocky II these days. The Philly Post’s Dan McQuade analyzed and mapped Rocky Balboa’s famous filmic run, which took him (most memorably) through the Italian Market and up the Art Museum steps as well as other Philadelphia neighborhoods. McQuade calculated that the run traveled through 10 neighborhoods and traversed more [...]

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Can Richard Gere Come to Town and Live in the Manor to Which He’s Accustomed?

Richard Gere's Hamptons view.

Richard Gere's Hamptons view.

Our friend HughE over at PhillyChitChat tells us that Richard Gere is coming to live in the Greater Philadelphia area to film the movie Fanny, and that he’s likely to rent “in the suburbs” because that’s where the majority of the movie will be filmed. “The suburbs,” you’ll admit, is a rather large chunk of [...]

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Greater Philadelphia’s Four Richest People: Where They Live

Our friends over at Philly Post tell us the Forbes 400 is out–aka “ The Richest People In America” list–and four people within our Greater Philly universe have made the list.  For those wondering how the other half lives, so to speak, here’s what we know about their residences.

Mary Alice Dorrance Malone
Coatsville, PA

Iron Springs Farm from VirtualGlobeTrotting

Image of Iron Springs Farm via VirtualGlobeTrotting

The Campbell Soup heiress operates Iron Springs Farm, which breeds, sells and develops champion Warmblood and Friesian stallions. Should you be an animal person interested in cooing over foals, go quickly to the Farm’s Facebook page, where you may catch a glimpse of life on the farm.

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Taylor Swift’s Childhood Home Is Now Under Contract [PHOTOS]

taylor swift at home illustration

78 Grandview Blvd. in Wyomissing is where it all started for Taylor Swift, where she began to really exhibit potential with her sweet voice and endearing songwriting. Swift’s childhood home has six bedrooms and five bathrooms and a very capacious 5,000 square feet. It’s on 2/3rds of an acre and was built in 1929. The asking price was $799,500, but according to The Morning Call, Century 21 Gold agent Lisa Tiger won’t reveal what the buyers have offered.

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