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Celebrity Real Estate: June 6

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New York Post Celebrity Real Estate Columnist Jennifer Gould Keil dishes on the latest movers and shakers.

Chloe Sevigny sold her coop unit at 119 E. 10th St to her neighbors, Halle Tecco and Jeffrey Hammerbacher for $1.76 million, according to city records.

A four story, mixed-use red brick building in Greenpoint at 62 Green Street is now on the market for $3.75 million.

Former Lehman Brothers executive Erin Callan, who became the female face of the nation's 2008 economic meltdown, has just sold her East Hampton estate. The home, at 82 Woods Lane, had a $3.75 million asking price.

To read Jennifer Gould Keil's column, visit NYPost.com

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