Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty; Inset: Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage
February 28, 2017 05:29 PM

For celebrities, February was all about falling out of love with their real estate.

Selena Gomez

Texas native Selena Gomez is saying so long to the Lone Star State — at least her $3 million slice of it. The singer and actress, 24 put her Fort Worth mansion on the market for $3 million. Inside, the impressive stone estate hosts a great room with a fireplaces, two full kitchens and a game room. Outdoors, a saltwater pool, a combination basketball and tennis court, and a putting green fill the 1.5-acre spread.

RELATED: This Tiny 290-Square-Foot House in London Costs $750,000

Meg Ryan

In October, Meg Ryan told Architectural Digest her three-bedroom, three-bath Soho loft “just feels like me right now.” By February, however, her feelings changed and she listed the property, which she bought from fellow actor Hank Azaria in 2014, for $10.9 million. The impressive 4,100-square-foot home features 12-foot ceilings, french doors and eight closets, and is located in a former button factory dating back to 1888.

WATCH THIS: Matt Lauer’s Hamptons Home Is On the Market – for $17.995 Million


Grey Gardens Estate

A home with even more history came on the market on February 8. Grey Gardens, the East Hampton estate that once belonged Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s relatives Edith “Big Edie” Ewing Bouvier Beale and Edith “Little Edie” Bouvier Beale was listed for $20 million. The property was featured in an eponymous 1975 documentary about the mother and daughter, and later an HBO movie and a Broadway musical. Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and his wife, columnist Sally Quinn, are the sellers.

Gwyneth Paltrow

Björn Wallander; Terry Wyatt/Getty Images

RELATED: Mandy Moore Settles Into Her New Midcentury Modern-Style Home in Pasadena

Gwyneth Paltrow got in an end-of-the-month price chop on her bright, white Tribeca loft. The actress originally listed the pristine property for $14.25 million in March 2016, before lowering it to $12 million in June. The 4,000-square-foot space, which was designed by celebrity favorites Roman & Williams, is now asking $9.95 million.

You May Like