Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber house the timeline
Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber have multiplied pied-à-terre over the years, permeating each of their qualities with their aesthetics. The former top model trusted AD in 2019, that her passion for home decor dates back to childhood and that she had pursued it throughout her adult life. “For models who spend their lives traveling, the house becomes synonymous with cocoon and sanctuary,” she explained.
That’s why each of the Gerber-Crawford couple’s homes has been converted into a nest for them and their two children, Presley and Kaia. “I swear by comfort and textures, clarified Cindy Crawford. My husband could sacrifice comfort for the aesthetics, I would not. I think like a mother, I see the practical aspect. When the kids were little, I always imagined the moment when they would throw up on the couch. This was my ultimate furniture test. » We have reviewed the couple’s finest properties, spread between the US, Canada and Mexico.
This Malibu home is one of the first properties the Crawford-Gerber couple bought after getting married in 1998 for $ 1.85 million. Situated on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, this Spanish-style property boasts unique views from its spacious, manageable interior, which opens to balconies with glass railings. Spread over 225 square meters, the home has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. After putting the lavish property back on the market in 2019 for $ 7.495 million, it found a buyer the following year for $ 6.5 million. When the buyer had to withdraw his offer after the Covid-19 epidemic, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber graciously canceled the sale and even returned the deposit because they were “everyone worried about this situation”. We do not know if the house is still on the market today.
For the vast majority of her modeling career, Cindy Crawford has lived in Manhattan. But after marrying Rande Gerber, the model finally agreed to move to the Upper East Side, to a home purchased for an undisclosed amount. “In less than a week I was conquered, she told AD in 2001. Not only can I take my son to Central Park every day, but I love this apartment. This is my refuge from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. » The couple collaborated with designer Michael S. Smith to redesign the interior with a focus on the kitchen and dining room. The decoration has been revised in the purest New York style, for a guaranteed timeless look. We do not know if the couple still owns this property.
Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber are longtime friends of George Clooney, so much so that the three had a vacation home built on Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula. At first, the trio would have shared the huge property, but they eventually decided to build two independent houses, separated by a single door. When Clooney was single and the Crawford-Gerber clan had two pre-teens to support, the lifestyle was different. On their side of the complex, the couple chose neutral tones and built-in decor as well as a large sun-drenched patio with exposed limestone. To bring their project to life, they turned to the company Ricardo Legorreta. Victor, one of the founders’ sons, told AD: “They dreamed of very elegant houses, which would almost be like works of art, but where you could also walk barefoot and pose in a bathing suit. » The couple (and Clooney) sold their retreat called Casamigos for $ 100 million in 2016.
The couple headed north for their new purchase: a 3-acre piece of land on a granite island in the heart of Ontario, acquired for an unknown amount. They demolished the dilapidated fishing hut (including lino on the floor) that was installed on the property to build a more modern residence there. According to photos posted on the model’s Instagram account, the cabin has a dark wood-paneled interior with large windows to let in air and even includes a bridge that juts out over the lake. “Once we’re here, we can slow down, delivered Cindy Crawford to fashion In the past. “Our lives go by very fast; here everything is suspended. » The couple and their children still frequently visit their homes by the lake.