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Inside Matt Lauers Portfolio of Million-Dollar Real Estate


The house, a beachfront estate he bought for $36.5 million from actor Richard Gere in 2016 according to the New York Post, is just one of several million-dollar properties Lauer has purchased in the celebrity ... some eye-popping real estate fees, Lauer ...

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.svg__path--people-home{stroke-width:1.75;stroke-miterlimit:10;} Inside Matt Lauer's Portfolio of Million-Dollar Real Estate Subscribe Stars at Home Real Estate Décor Celebrity Vacations Subscribe Home Subscribe News Photos Down Star Tracks Watch PeopleTV Newsletters Royals Down News Royal Wedding Royal Baby Style Babies Down Births Expecting Celeb Blogs Galleries Style Down News Fashion Beauty Shopping TV Down Kylie Jenner DWTS Housewives The Bachelor Movies Down News Movie Awards Celebrities Music Down Beyoncé Knowles Kanye West Lady Gaga Taylor Swift Human Interest Down News Tragedy & Triumph Love Stories Heroes Daily Smile Crime Down News Courts & Trials Cold Cases Exclusives Food Down Recipes Food News Celebrity Food Chefs Home & Travel Down Stars at Home Real Estate Décor Celebrity Vacations Health Down Health News Body Positivity Celebrity Fitness Weight Loss Inspiration Pets Down Dogs Cats Adoption Funny Videos Celeb Pets Politics Down Celebrity & Politics Donald Trump Chica Down Beauty Fashion Celebs Real Stories Crosswords People Perks Magazine Down Print Magazine Give a Gift Buy Current Issue Premium Customer Service Stay Connected Real Estate Inside Matt Lauer's Portfolio of Million-Dollar Real Estate Mackenzie Schmidt April 03, 2018 02:32 PM   Matt Lauer has been collecting high-end homes in New York City, the Hamptons and abroad. New York City UPDATE: The disgraced Today anchor has listed his New York City apartment for $7.35 million, according to Page Six

The outlet also reports Lauer’s firing by NBC News head Andy Lack in November following allegations of sexual misconduct in November took place at the home. A listing on StreetEasy describes the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom co-op as being in “triple-mint condition in perfect taste with a classic layout, elegant room proportions and a spectacular master bedroom suite.” Lauer and wife Annette purchased the Lennox Hill neighborhood on Manhattan’s Upper East Side for $5.882 in 2004, according to Architectural Digest

The magazine notes that the 1920s, neoclassical-style building was also once home to imprisoned former financier Bernie Madoff.   Jake Rajs; Anthony Harvey/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty Images The Hamptons Late last year, Lauer retreated to one of his homes on Long Island, following his firing. A source told PEOPLE at the time that he planned to spend time there with his family. The house, a beachfront estate he bought for $36.5 million from actor Richard Gere in 2016 according to the New York Post, is just one of several million-dollar properties Lauer has purchased in the celebrity-favorite summer destination over the years. The 12-bedroom, 12-bath property, known as Strongheart Manor, features a 14,000-square-foot main house with two guesthouses and a basketball court on six acres. Jake Rajs Lauer listed a second property nearby (pictured top and above), his mansion in the hamlet of Sag Harbor, for $17.995 million in July. The 6-bedroom, 7.5-bath house is set on 25 acres that include a heated pool, pool house, wet bar and tennis court. He has slashed the asking price of that house three times since listing it

Most recently it was cut to $12.75 million in March. In addition to incurring some eye-popping real estate fees, Lauer has employed some of the country’s top design talents to elevate his homes

In Sag Harbor, the estate grounds were designed by Anna Wintour’s landscape architect Miranda Brooks and have “secret” gardens, a pool and a guesthouse

Inside, Daniel Romualdez, a favorite of fellow Hamptons homeowners Tory Burch and Ina Garten, handled the decor. This past summer, the former anchor also listed — and quickly sold — a smaller waterfront cottage in the area for $3.5 million. WATCH THIS: Matt Lauer’s Hamptons Home Is On the Market for $17.995 Million     New Zealand  The journalist’s termination may also interfere with a real estate deal he has in the works on the other side of the globe

Lauer is in the midst of a complicated approval process to lease a 16,000-acre farm in New Zealand, according to the New York Times. Due to high demand for properties in the island country, it has instituted a “good-character test” for foreign buyers as part of the purchase process

Lauer previously passed the test, but his case is now being revisited by authorities in light of his firing. The property, called Hunter Valley Station, is located on the South Island on the shore of Lake Hawea and valued at $9.2 million by local media. NBC announced early Wednesday that Lauer had been fired after the network received a “detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior” on Monday, with reason to believe “this may not have been an isolated incident.” Lauer, who joined the network in 1992 as a newsreader on Today, had been co-anchor of the morning show since January 1997 and reportedly signed a $20 million dollar contract last year. You May Like Read More Get your People daily dose Subscribe to the daily newsletter for the latest celebrity news. Sign up Now EDIT POST Don't Miss a Moment Get 4 FREE Issues of PEOPLE Magazine GET IT NOW Get your People daily dose Subscribe to the daily newsletter for the latest celebrity news. Sign up Now Subscribe GIVE A GIFT All products featured were editorially selected

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