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“The Godfather Part II” $5.5 Million Lake Tahoe Mansion

The California mansion that was made famous by “The Godfather Part II” has hit the market for $5.5 million. In the film, the compound served as the setting for a party Michael Corleone threw for his son. Complete with four bedrooms, a pool, a tennis court, towering stone hearth fireplaces and more than 4,000-square-feet, it’s not hard to see why producers chose this location for the movie. Check out the luxurious estate with breathtaking mountain vistas and Lake Tahoe views.


"Bridgerton" Writer's $4 Million California Mansion

Producer and writer Oliver Goldstick is responsible for hit shows such as “Pretty Little Liars,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Ugly Betty” and, more recently, Shonda Rhimes’ hit Netflix series “Bridgerton.” Goldsttick recently listed his Los Angeles mansion for $4 million, which seems like a bargain considering what comes with the home. The 4,500-square-foot Mediterranean home comes with its own yurt in the garden, a swimming pool, multiple terraces and a bedroom that’s bigger than most people’s apartments at 1,000 square feet. Check out this extravagant California home.


Madonna Bought The Weeknd’s $19 Million Hidden Hills Palace

Madonna scored this amazing, 14,000-square-foot, hillside mansion in 2021 from another international pop star, The Weeknd. He purchased the home for just over $18 Million when it was built in 2017, and Madonna paid just about $1 million more to buy it from him – that’s quite a steal. We’ll sure she’ll get her use out of all the amenities added by The Weeknd, which include a jaw-dropping neon-lit 5-car garage, a home theater, a regulation basketball court, a pool and a guest house. Check out the photos of Madonna’s new pad, which sits on just under 3 acres of lush, green land.