Duff doubles her money in mansion sale

Duff doubles her money in mansion sale

Hilary Duff is selling her Beverly Hills mansion for double the price she paid for it.

The 22-year-old actress – who married Canadian ice hockey player Mike Comrie in August after dating for three years – is selling her six-bedroom mansion on Toluca Lake for $7m, after paying $3.5m for it in March 2004.

The secure property covers 9,800 ft and features a wet bar, a cognac room, a wine cellar, a gym and gift-wrapping room.

In addition, the property also comes with a free eight-seater electric boat.

Hilary has confessed she has no plans to uproot her life to Pittsburgh, where Mike plays ice hockey for the Pittsburgh Penguins, and plans to commute from Los Angeles.

Asked if she would be moving to the US east coast city, she said: “I’m not, no, I’m not moving to Pittsburgh but I’m sure I’m going to be there a lot.

“I have such a busy life in Los Angeles and four dogs and my family’s there and my work. I’ll be doing a lot of commuting I’m sure.”

Hilary has previously revealed the reason why she and Mike have such a great relationship is because they are always laughing.

She said: “I've never met anyone who can say a bad word about him. He's generous, caring and sunny. We just laugh our heads off.”

More in this Section

Anton Du Beke breaks 17-series duck to score maximum 10s on StrictlyAnton Du Beke breaks 17-series duck to score maximum 10s on Strictly

British actor set to play Bill Clinton in TV dramaBritish actor set to play Bill Clinton in TV drama

Kim Kardashian West meets with death row inmateKim Kardashian West meets with death row inmate

Taylor Swift’s former record label hits back over singer’s awards ban claimTaylor Swift’s former record label hits back over singer’s awards ban claim


Lifestyle

Kate Tempest’s Vicar Street show began with the mother of all selfie moments. The 33 year-old poet and rapper disapproves of mid-concert photography and instructed the audience to get their snap-happy impulses out of the way at the outset. What was to follow would, she promised, be intense. We should give ourselves to the here and now and leave our phones in our pockets.Kate Tempest dives deep and dark in Dublin gig

Des O'Sullivan examines the lots up for auction in Bray.A Week in Antiques: Dirty tricks and past political campaigns

Following South Africa’s deserved Rugby World Cup victory I felt it was about time that I featured some of their wines.Wine with Leslie Williams

All your food news.The Menu: Food news with Joe McNamee

More From The Irish Examiner