Ellen DeGeneres, the famous talk show host, is well known for being a suave property player. She flips homes like one would change bed covers and now word has it that the talented celebrity wants to move again. Maybe that's her way of prepping for her upcoming home décor book!
Currently, DeGeneres and her wife Portia de Rossi live in a plush house along the Wilshire Corridor that they purchased for $16 million after they sold off the famous A. Qunicy Jones designed "Brody House" in Los Angeles to Napster co-founder Sean parker for $55 million.
DeGeneres apparently had no intentions of selling the "Brody House" but the price was too attractive to refuse. She made a $15 million profit on the sale and invested it on a full-floor condo in the Beverly West Building.
But DeGeneres is now getting itchy-foot to move. Why? That's in her nature. In an earlier interview with Elle décor, Cliff Fong, a LA-based designer said:
"Ellen has moved more times than any person I know."
The Real Estalker, citing insider sources, reports that DeGeneres is now eying a Nichols Canyon house that she once owned. The house is a 4,300-square-foot residence that DeGeneres bought in 2005 and sold for $10 million in 2007.
According to USA Today, the comedienne will be releasing her book titled "Home" in the fall of 2015.
"A lot of people don't know that I have a passion for interior design, so I'm excited to be releasing this book," DeGeneres said in a statement.
"I'm inspired by art and nature and architecture. Now everybody can see how things come together inside my home and in some of my favorite places," she continued.
"It's called Home because you know what they say, 'Home is where the books are about interior design'," she added in her signature style.