is in love – how do we know it? Well for starters she just bought a home next door to her boyfriend, Conor Kennedy. Connor Kennedy, who is the son of Robert Kennedy Jr. and the late Mary Kennedy, and Taylor Swift have been dating for a while. The teen idol has now bought an oceanfront mansion in the Kennedy compound on Cape Cod to stay closer to her boyfriend. There is a lot of lot of hype about this mansion lately and fans are genuinely interested in knowing more about it.
The house is 4,400 square feet and is located in Hyannis Port. It has been on the market for quite a while and now Swift has gone ahead and purchased it for $4.9 million. Shows Taylor Swift also spends lavishly on herself.
The house has been on the market since 2010 when it was listed for $13.5 million. The price has since then dramatically gone down and Swift jumped on the opportunity. A local realtor tells People magazine that the 13-room home is located above the Nantucket Sound and is luxuriously designed.
“It’s in a beautiful location and right across the street from Conor and the Kennedys,” the realtor told the magazine. “It’s a beautiful home. She got a nice home, paid fair price. The house was on the market for two to four years.”
Conor Kennedy’s family is well acquainted with Swift as well. Ethel Kennedy, 84, told reporters that the family “should be so lucky” to have Taylor as a family member and daughter Rory has also called the singer “a great friend of all of ours.”
No confirmation regarding the home purchase has been given out by Swift’s rep so far.
Swift already has homes in Nashville and Beverly Hills and this would be her third home. With Swift now just a walk away from Conor’s place, things seem to be getting serious. Swift has also introduced Conor to her parents when she took him to Nashville.
Conor and Swift became close after his mother, Mary committed suicide. “Taylor has been a real shoulder to cry on,” a source told Us Weekly this month.
Before dating Conor, Swift has been linked with other high profile men, including, 22; , 31; , 34, and , 20.