Splashing Out! Taylor Swift Moves Into Tribeca Apartment In New York Next To The Olsen Twins

Taylor Swift is quite the property mogul as she's recently bought a new New York apartment in the trendy Tribeca area and was spotted moving into the exclusive building this week.

The Red singer might make her millions singing, but the 24 year-old has certainly got her head screwed on when it comes to spending it and has snapped up properties in Los Angeles, Nashville and Rhode Island.

Taylor Swift arrives at her Tribeca apartment (SplashNews)

Swift has been spotted browsing for antiques in the trendy area, where she'll count the likes of Jay Z and Beyonce and the Olsen twins as neighbours and seems pretty at home already. Taylor was spotted shopping for properties in January this year and clearly moves fast when it comes to real estate as just a few weeks later and she's moved in.

The I Knew You Were Touble beauty was spotted heading out on a shopping trip - this time for something smaller than an apartment - at Lord and Taylor.

Swift takes a trip to Lord & Taylor (SplashNews)

We wonder what her new BFF Lorde will think of her shopping at the store, if they went together that's got to be a selfie with the sign.

She might be in a New York state of mind right now, but Taylor has previously admitted she's looking for a home in London too. The star was spotted house hunting in West London last November.

“Anywhere I spend a considerable amount of time, I think about maybe getting a place,” she told reporters last December at a Centrepoint Charity gaga at Kensington Palace. “But it would have to be the perfect place. I definitely love it over here, so I’ve always thought about what it would be like to be here more."

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