It was even reported that a realtor confirmed Swift splashed out on the $4.9 million seven bedroom and five bathroom mansion: “It's in a beautiful location and right across the street from Conor and the Kennedys,” the estate agent told People.
“It's a beautiful home. She got a nice home, paid fair price. The house was on the market for two to four years.”
However, it turns out that a New York hedge fund manager signed a contract for the house and Swift was never involved, says the real estate agency that DID sell the home!
Paul Grover of Robert Paul Properties revealed the buyer signed the contract for the property at 27 Marchant Ave, Hyannis Port, but the sale isn’t closed yet.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Taylor and Conor took their romance public last Friday, walking hand-in-hand on the beach.
The two met on July 4 and immediately hit it off. And it isn’t the first time she has fallen for a Kennedy.
“I’m just so obessed with the whole history of JFK and RFK,” Swift revealed in an interview with New Yorker Magazine last year, while revealing she had just finished reading a 900-page book called The Kennedy Women.
Taylor is already putting in the groundwork to become another Mrs. Kennedy. As we reported she met Conor’s entire family during stays in Hyannis Port and he was introduced to her family on a trip to Nashville.
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