Peek at Rosie O’Donnell’s 6 (yes, 6!) Waterfront Homes Currently on the Market
The former cohost of The View certainly has a thing for views.
If you’re searching for a waterfront home, there’s a decent chance you’ll come across one owned by comedian Rosie O’Donnell.
Months after snagging a shiny new $8 million Manhattan penthouse, the actress, author, and TV personality has put her five-home compound along the shores of the Hudson River in Nyack, New York, on the market (with each home listed separately). The five homes join an already-for-sale five-bedroom mansion in West Palm Beach.
The grounds of the main residence include four floating docks, a pool with a waterfall and Jacuzzi, basketball court, and fire pit. The interiors feature two master suites, a movie theater, oversized kitchen, and floor-to-ceiling windows that make gazing at the serene river views a full-time affair.
The second largest home on the property (listed for $2.2 million) is a fellow Dutch Colonial built around 1900 with nearly half an acre of river frontage. At 2,800 square feet, it’s impressively sized and situated for taking full advantage of the sunrise views.
Slightly smaller and a tad more affordable (asking a mere $1,995,000), O’Donnell’s three-bedroom contemporary Colonial boasts a 100-foot boat slip, 12-foot-high mahogany coffered ceilings, a spacious chef’s kitchen, and a master suite with double French doors that open out onto a river-facing balcony.
The most modern of the bunch, a four-bedroom, 1,735-square-foot home listed at $775,000 is three stories of luxury with wood floors, soaring ceilings, and walls of windows.
If palm trees and sunshine are more your speed (and you have $5.5 million to spare), you might want to scoop up O’Donnell’s West Palm Beach escape (top photo, above). The 5,700-square-foot home was listed nearly a year ago and has since been reduced by $500k. It comes with a pool, fire pit, and quaint guest house, “ideal for a nanny or boat captain.”
The West Palm Beach mansion is truly in a league of its own. But if you’re lucky enough to score any of these O’Donnell-owned dwellings, It’s safe to say that life is looking pretty rosy.