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7 Celebrity Homes
Step inside the luxurious dwellings of seven famous sellers.
Rush Limbaugh's Living Room
Controversial radio host Rush Limbaugh vowed to sell his New
York home after Governor David Paterson proposed a "millionaire's tax"
on residents making more than $500,000. Nearly a year
later, Limbaugh is making good on his promise, putting his pre-war
Fifth Avenue penthouse on the market for $13,950,000. He originally
purchased the home in 1994.The 4-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom residence
features a wood-paneled library, a large media room and four terraces,
two of which face Central Park. If you tire of the city views, you can
step inside to find new scenery: Many of the home's walls and ceilings
have been adorned with hand-painted murals, and the moldings are
hand-painted gold leaf.
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