Selling Sunset is back with a drama-filled fourth season, which is available to stream and download on Netflix now. Putting the drama aside, there are some incredible properties the realtors at The Oppenheim Group are hoping to sell as their day-to-day job.
During the series, the name of the celebrity who owns the home is not revealed, due to strict NDAs (non-disclosure agreements). However, luckily for Selling Sunset fans, some of the famous faces in question who are purchasing or selling their homes have come forward, revealing the stunning home in the Hollywood Hills is, or was, theirs.
Over the past three seasons, there have been plenty of celebrity homes in the reality series, including Orlando Bloom and Tyra Banks. The series has also has seen cameo appearances from Queer Eye’s Kamaro Brown and Marvel’s Simu Liu.Newsweek has a full look at all of the celebrity homes we have seen on Selling Sunset so far.
All American star Taye Diggs found his dream home in Season 1 of Selling Sunset.
The Oppenheim Group Realtor Mary Fitzgerald found Diggs the perfect three-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills for the price of $3,600,000.
In Season 1 of Selling Sunset, Mary Fitzgerald gave viewers a tour of an incredible property situation on Billionaire’s Row, for around $7 million.
Fitzgerald was trying to sell the $8,999,000 million house, which was owned by Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom.
The house included a sunken-style living room, a zero-edge pool, and included with city and ocean views.
Sean Rad/Benny Blanco
Tinder co-founder Sean Rad’s was selling his $10 million home in Selling Sunset Season 4, with the help of The Oppenheim Group.
The stunning Georgina-style venue doubled as Mary Fitzgerald’s wedding venue to her partner Christian Richard in 2019.
In the end, the 4-bedroom property, which includes a guest house, was purchased by musician, producer, and songwriter Benny Blanco, for $1.5 million more than Rad originally paid.
Blanco is best known for penning the songs “Señorita,” by Shawn Mendes and Camilla Cabello, “Love Yourself,” by Justin Bieber, “Teenage Dream,” by Katy Perry, “Don’t Wanna Know,” by Maroon5 and “Die Young” by Ke$ha.
He has also been nominated for seven Grammy’s throughout his 12-year career.
In Season 4 of Selling Sunset, Mary Fitzgerald was tasked with selling rapper French Montana’s $5,000,000 home.
The impressive Calabasas home, which once belonged to Selena Gomez, boasts six bedrooms and a music studio.
Eventually, Montana’s home sold in August 2021 for $5 million.
Taking to Instagram to celebrate the deal, Fitzgerald wrote: “Just S-O-L-D! Officially closed on this Calabasas estate! I am a very lucky agent, especially when I get to rep @frenchmontana @theoppenheimgroup got to rep both sides of this deal!”
Harry Styles, unfortunately, does not make a cameo in Season 4 of Selling Sunset, but his L.A. home does.
In Episode 5, newbie Emma Hernan reveals one of her clients has recently purchased the singer’s home.
She told her colleagues: “I have my client Patrick, he’s a billionaire from Singapore. He’s flying in and he actually bought the house from Harry Styles, we’re listing that.”
In response, Chrishell Stause joked: “Can I ask the important question did Harry Styles leave anything in the house or did he visit? Is he coming back?”
In Season 4, Episode 3 of Selling Sunset, Christine Quinn is tasked with selling a $6.45 million home that was once owned by supermodel Tyra Banks.
While audiences do not see much of the house in the episode, the house itself is the center of some serious Selling Sunset drama.
After Jason Oppenheim show’s Christine the Spanish-style pad, he breaks the news it will be newbie Emma Hernan who will be the realtor representing the property while Christine is on maternity leave.
Jason’s decision leaves Christine noticeably upset. She cries to Jason: “You know the background of me getting my heartbroken and her being the one in the middle.”Christine was referring to the fact she and Emma share an ex-boyfriend. Oh, the Drama!
Selling Sunset is streaming on Netflix now.
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