Pop star Katy Perry has been real estate busy since her divorce last year–word was she was renting in West Hollywood’s Colonial House, she sold her Manhattan duplex, and she listed her DeWitt Residence in Laurel Canyon, and now she’s apparently moving on up the hill. The ever-fabulous Real Estalker hears that Perry’s picked up two neighboring properties right at the top of Runyon Canyon, which seems like it might be incredibly annoying, especially for a superfamous celeb, but maybe she really loves a good hike with her dog. The two properties total 3.95 acres and were both purchased from heiress/philanthropist Aileen Getty–one has a glassy four-bedroom modernish thing (which Getty bought from E Streeter Max Weinberg, who bought it from writers/celebrity parents Stephen Gyllenhall and Naomi Foner); the other has “a nearly 4,000 square foot mock-Med main house, a semi-detached poolside guesthouse/cabana, and some sort of barn/equestrian facility” (or that’s what it had in 2004, when Getty bought it from Walmart heiress Sybil Robson Orr). Perry paid $3 million for the modernish house and $8.2 million for the mock-Mediterranean, for a grand total of $11.2 million.

[source: curbed.com]

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