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Real Estate Recap: See Which Celebs Are Moving on This Month

Jun 1 2014 - 4:05am

It has been an exciting month for all the savvy celebs who have made moves in the real estate market. Whether it's Ashton Kutcher [1] listing his bachelor pad or Mary-Kate Olsen [2] purchasing a megamansion, we have the inside look at some truly amazing homes. Take a look below at the luxurious homes that the stars bought and sold during the month of May.

— Additional reporting by Emily Bibb

Sources: Getty/Jason LaVeris [3], Realtor.com [4], The Agency [5], and Chris Weeks/Getty [6]

Mary-Kate Olsen

This gorgeous Manhattan mansion [7] may have set Mary-Kate back $13.5 million, but it was totally worth it.

Source: Douglas Elliman [8], Monica Schipper/Getty [9]

Selena Gomez

With a new mansion ready and waiting for her, we weren't surprised that Selena listed her gorgeous starter home [10] for $3.495 million.

Source: The Agency [11] and Chris Weeks / Getty [12]

Ashton Kutcher

Dad-to-be Ashton opened up a new chapter in life and listed his epic Hollywood Hills home [13] for $12 million.

Source: Getty / Jason LaVeris [14], Realtor.com [15]

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski

The new parents sprung for this family-friendly LA home [16]. How adorable is that?

Sources: Trulia [17] and Getty / Alberto E. Rodriguez [18]

Zac Efron

Zac's unique Los Angeles bachelor pad [19] went for a cool $2.775 million. Here's to hoping he'll be our new neighbor!

Source: Getty / Michael Buckner [20], Redfin [21]

Kendall Jenner

At just 18, Kendall Jenner has purchased her first multimillion-dollar home. The LA condo [22] is completely remodeled and includes designer finishes.

Sources: Getty/Michel Dufour [23] and Carole Schiffer [24]

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green

It's hard to believe that Megan Fox [25] and Brian Austin Green [26] could part with their beautiful LA home [27]! Listed at $3.9 million, the place includes details such as hand-distressed wood floors, antique lighting, and Spanish tiles.

Sources: Getty/Steve Granitz [28] and Coldwell Banker [29]

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