Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon lives a legally luxe life.
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Live Like Reese Witherspoon — For $14 Million!

Reese Witherspoon is selling one of her three Brentwood, California mansions for a mere $14 million. If you ever wanted to live like the Legally Blonde star, now's your chance. Witherspoon's Spanish-style house rests on a cul-de-sac on a double lot in the gated, celeb-friendly neighborhood of Brentwood Circle, which is super-private and quiet for stars who like to stay out of the paparazzi's vi

Matthew Perry, former 'Friends' star, giving a thumbs up sign
We'd definitely give Matthew Perry's mansion a thumbs up after seeing these photos!
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Matthew Perry Selling Malibu Rehab Mansion (See Pics!)

Matthew Perry, best known for his wisecracking, sardonic character Chandler from Friends, just put his Malibu mansion back on the market -- and he sliced the price down by a million bucks! (Of course, it's still not cheap: He's currently asking for $12.5 million instead of $13.5 million!)

Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton is selling her West Hollywood dream house -- and boy, is it dreamy!
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Look Inside Dolly Parton's $1.4 Million West Hollywood Love Nest!

Dolly Parton is moving! The country legend -- and godmother to none other than Miley Cyrus -- is putting her West Hollywood mansion on the market. The home served as her crash pad when she was in the area, though she currently spends most of her time in Nashville (and Dollywood, of course) with her beloved yet mysterious husband, Carl Thomas Dean. (How cute are they together? Shortly after their 45th wedding anniversary in 2011, she said, "We're really proud of our marriage. It's the first for both of us. And the last.")

Robin Williams
There's nothing funny about Robin Williams' real estate!
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Check Out Photos Of Robin Williams' $29.9 Million Mansion!

Robin Williams is a true funny man, but his real estate is no funny business. The Oscar-winning actor and comedian is listing his Napa Valley, California mansion for a whopping $29.9 million! Williams commissioned the property to be built in 2002, when he was married to second wife Marsha Garces, who fathered his daughter Zelda and son Cody. Garces filed for divorce in March 2008, citing irreconcilable differences, and Williams later moved on to and married graphic designer Susan Schneider in 2011.