If you’re ever dreamed of living like a star, these real-estate listings are for you. Uma Thurman is saying good-bye to her elegant New York City apartment, Britney Spears' Spanish-style villa is up for grabs, and actress Dianna Agron is selling her LA residence. One thing all of these famous names seem to have in common? An appreciation for top-notch architecture, unbeatable views, and secluded locations, whether in sunny Palm Springs, California, or NYC.

Author: Lindsey Mather

Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine’s $5.5 million New York City loft, where he lived with his wife, model Behati Prinsloo, is the kind of prime downtown real estate you’d want to hold on to, but with a baby on the way, the couple is leaving for more spacious quarters.

Photography: Oxford Property Group

Actress Uma Thurman’s $6.25 million Manhattan duplex has perhaps one of the most coveted apartment features for New Yorkers: a key to the private Gramercy Park.

Photography: Guillaume Gaudet

While this $3.5 million midcentury-modern estate in Palm Springs, California, might be most famous for its former owner, Oscar-winning actor Kirk Douglas—his family lived here for over 42 years—it has another star connection: The property backs up to Leonardo DiCaprio’s home.

Photography: Lance Gerber

Media executive Rupert Murdoch listed his newly renovated redbrick townhouse, situated on a treelined street in New York’s West Village, for $28.9 million.

Photography: Dolly Lenz Real Estate

This $4.6 million Palm Springs home, which actor Steve McQueen once shared with actress Ali MacGraw, is a post-and-beam midcentury beauty—the perfect match for the “king of cool.”

Photography: TTK Represents

You could call New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning’s sprawling Hoboken, New Jersey, condominium home—if you have $5.2 million to spare.

Actress Dianna Agron, perhaps best known for her role on Glee, is saying good-bye to her $1.6 million French Normandy–style home, originally built in 1926 and restored to reflect its period charm.

Photography: Jason Agron

Fashion designers Lubov and Max Azria’s $88 million, 30,000-square-foot estate on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles was built in the 1930s by architect Paul Williams. Named Maison du Soleil, the home—just like its owners—has serious style.

Photography: Simon Berlyn

Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain’s recently renovated, light-filled New York duplex, for sale for $1.8 million, is in the heart of Greenwich Village.

Photography: Douglas Elliman

Actor Alan Cumming, who stars on CBS’s The Good Wife, just put his prewar Manhattan apartment on the market for $2.2 million. Architectural moldings and wide-plank hardwood floors are found throughout, a reminder of the residence’s history.

Photography: Brian Wittmuss/Gotham Photo/Elliman