A Panty-Dropping Palace Real Estate Round-Up

There are a few homes that made the real estate scene this week that got new celebs owners. So, because we know you can’t help yourself, we want to satisfy your insatiable curiosity to take a peek inside.

From Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader’s East Coast crib in SoCal and Vince Vaughn’s beachside family pad to the Dunphy clan’s crib, this is a Panty-Dropping Palace round-up.

Silver screen and big screen funnyman Hader has traded the chilly island of Manhattan for the sunny hills of Pacific Palisades, dropping $3.05 million on a Cade Cod-style spread back in January, according to The Real Estalker.

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The picturesque and very traditional 5-bedroom has everything the father-of-two needs to please the kiddos and his wife — a family room with fireplace, magnificent kitchen with professional-grade appliances, Carrara marble counters, breakfast nook, walk-in pantry, and a luxe master suite with fireplace and private balcony.

Wedding Crashers legend Vaughn is crashing the Manhattan Beach community by just buying up fired USC coach Lane Kiffin’s big digs, according to the L.A. Times.

Now that the notoriously reclusive comedian and his family just welcomed a son last August he’ll need the extra play room with 6 bedrooms and 7 baths, that’s a whopping 7,300 square feet inside and nearly 19,300 encompassing the entire estate.

And all for a cool $6.5 million.

For that kind of cash, the Vaughns will get gated seclusion and grandeur with soaring ceilings, a country kitchen, and what the listing describes as “perhaps the largest family room in Manhattan Beach” highlighted by a magnificent stone fireplace that climbs 20-feet to the vaulted ceiling. The other family-approved features continue with a large salt water pool and spa, fire pit, guest house, outdoor kitchen, and even a gated dog run.

And if you ever thought that Claire and Phil Dunphy’s picture perfect home was just the stroke of TV magic, well, you’re wrong. The Modern Family pad does exist in West Los Angeles and it’s up for sale for $2.35 million.

The tourist attraction only gets a starring role from the outside, but inside it’s delightfully just as camera-ready.

The backyard is a bit meh, but the 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths are warm and cozy. Crown moldings and mahogany hardwood floors line the rooms from the quaint living area with fireplace and garden vistas, gourmet kitchen, and second-floor private balcony and relaxing spa bathroom.