This February, it looks like celebrities fell out of love with their homes. Selena Gomez listed her Forth Worth, Texas mansion, The price of Gwyneth Paltrow's Tribeca loft continues to plummet (if you call $9.95 million chump change), and even the famed Grey Gardens estate in the East Hamptons is up for sale.
Click through the slideshow to see the newly listed celebrity homes in all their glory.
Selena Gomez's $3 million mansion
The 24-year-old pop music superstar listed her Fort Worth, Texas mansion for $3 million. The lush 1.5-acre grounds boast a saltwater pool (with a rock slide), a combination basketball and tennis court and a putting green.
Inside, the impressive estate's great room hosts a stone fireplace, two full kitchens, a theater and a billiards room.
Meg Ryan's $10.9 million loft
Ryan listed her Soho property, which she bought from fellow actor Hank Azaria in 2014, for $10.9 million. The full floor, 4,100-square foot loft has 13 oversized windows and numerous original architectural columns, a 40-foot gallery, three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The actress renovated the home and told Architectural Digest in October 2016 that the place "just feels like me right now." Before Azaria, the loft belonged to artist Cindy Sherman. If Ryan sells at her listing price, she'll make $3 million, since she bought it for $8 million.
The Grey Gardens Estate
This famed East Hamptons estate was listed for $20 million by Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and his wife, columnist Sally Quinn. Built in 1897, the 6,000 square foot home is equipped with nine bedrooms, six bathrooms, a lush garden, heated pool, tennis court and guest house.
The historic estate, which once belonged to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' relatives Edith “Big Edie” Ewing Bouvier Beale and Edith “Little Edie” Bouvier Beale, hasn't always been so beautiful. After years of neglect, it came to light in the 1970s that the home was overrun with fleas, cats and raccoons, on top of its state of disrepair. The property was even the subject of a 1975 documentary, a later HBO movie and even a Broadway musical.
Gwyneth Paltrow's $9.95 million loft
Paltrow originally listed the pristine Tribeca property in March 2016 for $14.25 million, but has since been forced to slash the price a few times, now listed at $9.95.
The 4,000-square-foot ethereal loft boasts 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms spread over 5 floors. The charming sofa swing in the living room certainly grabbed our attention!
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's $6.9 million home
This is the only home on our list you can't make an offer on. The famously unwed couple sold their longtime Pacific Palisades home in February for a cool $6.9 million after buying and renovating it in 2004 for $4 million.
The The 6,389-square foot home located in the Riviera neighborhood boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a double-level guest suite.