A voyeur's paradise.
Take a look around the latest celebrity homes which are going on the market.
With all the hot property stories in the capital, with the Digital Features Editor at the Evening Standard, Amira Hashish.
Design Hotspot: Koffmann’s at the Berkley
Split across three levels, visitors are greeted by a small library style area with cosy leather armchairs and a bookcase, making for a cosy waiting spot.
The main dining area is a lesson in how to bring lower ground to life.
A neutral backdrop is complemented by beautiful floral arrangements fresh from flower emporium McQueens.
Walls are painted with Farrow & Ball's signature Elephant's Breath and textured wallpaper adds subtle detail.
Food photographs are clustered together and hung on the walls to add vibrancy while a mix of ceiling and wall lights create a calm and inviting atmosphere.
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s London set for sale
A London property recently used as a filming location for The Honourable Woman, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, is for sale.
The crew behind the BBC espionage series chose the house as the luxury family home of Gyllenhaal's character Nessa Stein.
The 1920s mansion in the Coombe Private Estate has four reception rooms, a study, games room, six bedrooms, three bathrooms and staff accommodation.
The mature gardens include a sweeping gravelled country like forecourt around a central fountain feature.
Located between Kingston and Wimbledon, it is listed at £5.95 million with Coombe Residential.
Hugh Grant’s penthouse is back on the market
Hugh Grant’s former South Kensington bachelor pad has been re-listed.
The penthouse, which the actor lived in during the days of About a Boy and Love Actually, first went on the market last November but was removed shortly afterwards.
Now for sale again with Knight Frank (price on asking), the property occupies the entire top floor of Petersham House and has three en-suite bedrooms, a master dressing room, direct entry lift, hot tub and gym.
Panoramic views of the London Eye, the Shard and Battersea Power Station are breathtaking and the interiors are immaculate.
The ultimate home for those who enjoy living the high life.
Miley Cyrus’s family home is up for sale
The pop star grew up in the six-bedroom California house with her musician father Billy Ray Cyrus and her mother Tish.
Miley, 22, moved out of the property when she was 18. However, she returned in 2013 when she was engaged to The Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth.
There is an outdoor skating ramp, cinema, and pool on site at the 8,700 sq ft mansion.
Listed at just under $6 million (£4 million) with Dilbeck Real Estate, the property is located in the affluent Toluca Lake neighbourhood of Los Angeles.
Home of Olympic medal willer Roger Black on the market
A property which was owned by Olympic gold medalist Roger Black MBE is for sale.
The retired athlete, who has also carved out a successful TV career, called the five-bedroom Edwardian country retreat in Farnham, Surrey home between 2005 and 2010.
It is now listed at £1.2 million with Hamptons International.
The commentator, who has appeared on Celebrity Masterchef and Strictly Come Dancing, lived in the property with his wife Julia Burgess and their twin boys.
Designed by notable Arts & Crafts architect Harold Falkner, the master bedroom with a walk-in-wardrobe and a private balcony which has elevated views across woodland is a big draw.
Stratford nightclub and former theatre up for sale
A five-floor 40,000sq ft nightclub in Stratford is on the market.
Dating back to the Victorian era, the property was opened in 1896 as the Borough Theatre & Opera House. Actors including Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Henry Irving and Ellen Terry appeared at the venue. It also served as a cinema for around 40 years.
More recently, acts such as Kiss FM’s DJ Neev have hosted club nights at the East London destination, which has been operating under the name of Sync.
Fleurets are now seeking a tenant to take a new lease.
There is a main auditorium with tiered seating and a stage, bars, lounges and a large dance floor so the space works well as a performance venue, theatre or nightlife destination.
“This property is rich in history and we are confident that its proximity to the Olympic village and the University of East London, Stratford Campus will be a great benefit,” says agent Rosie Hallam.