Princess Madeleine Sells Touraine Pad; the Beckhams Consider Miami

And Johnny Cash's Tennessee estate is going on the market

The Beckhams are considering a Miami estate.
The Beckhams are considering a Miami estate. Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

Coldplay guitarist Jonny Buckland purchased a two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment at 21 Astor Place. His new $5.1 million pad is located next door to a unit he already owns in the building, so we assume a combination is imminent. Per the listing shared by Douglas Elliman brokers Dina Lewis and Melanie Lazenby, the 2,034-square-foot home has 14-foot ceilings and white oak floors. The seller is jewelry designer Charles De Viel Castel. (Luxury Listings)

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David and Victoria Beckham sent their property reps to check out a Miami home at 45 Star Island Drive. The 10,636-square-foot house sits on 1.07 acres, with 193 feet of water frontage. It’s currently owned by Roy and Lea Black—she was once on the Miami Real Housewives. The house was built in 1981, and is a potential teardown. Douglas Elliman broker Oren Alexander shares the $16.5 million listing with One Sotheby International Realty broker Lourdes Alatriste. (New York Post)

The Tennessee property where Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash lived from 1968 until their deaths in 2003 is coming on the market. The 14,000-square-foot house the couple resided in on the 4.5-acre estate burned down in a fire in 2007, though a pool, tennis court, garage and guardhouse remain—there is also a one-bedroom apartment. The seller, James Gresham, isn’t attaching a price to the lakefront estate, though he said the buyer will preferably be a “huge” Johnny Cash fan. The listing broker, Stan Peacock of Crye-Leike Realtors, expects the Hendersonville property to sell for multimillions, due to its history. (Wall Street Journal)

Moving on to the royals, Princess Madeleine of Sweden sold her apartment at 132 East 65th Street. Princess Madeleine purchased the one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo on the Upper East Side in 2013 for $1.87 million, the same year she married Christopher O’Neil. She now resides primarily in London with her husband and their two children, and listed the 764-square-foot pad in The Touraine for $1.99 million. Apparently, even royals don’t always get what they want—the apartment, listed with Douglas Elliman brokers Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, sold for $1.87 million. (New York Post)

Ricky Martin has been rather busy with his real estate on both the east and west coast. First, he paid $13.5 million for an 11,300-square-foot spec-built Beverly Hills manse with seven bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. Shortly thereafter, he listed his four-bedroom, 4.5-bath condo at 170 East End Avenue for $8.4 million—he paid $5.9 million for the 3,147-square-foot space back in 2012. Oh, and he also reportedly owns properties in Madrid, Puerto Rico, Dorado, and a private island near Rio de Janeiro. (Variety)

Princess Madeleine Sells Touraine Pad; the Beckhams Consider Miami