Incredible Celebrity Mega-Mansions

Living a luxurious life is one of the best things you can do if you’re paid a lot of money. Imagine living in a home that costs millions, even billions of dollars. Can you imagine that? Since we were all little kids we dreamed of owning a mansion and we’ve all thought about what our dream house would look like inside and out.

Celebrities who are paid a lot make use of their money to live a breathtaking and unique life in a magnificent home (or homes) that is totally different from the homes in which we live. Some celebrities own the most expensive homes in the world and these homes are equipped with everything that’s needed and more in order to live a comfortable and wealthy life that suits their position. We present to you, the most expensive celebrity homes in the world.

Aaron Spelling-$150 Million

Aaron Spelling is a famous television producer who owns the most expensive celebrity home in the world. The mansion is located in Los Angeles and is 56.500 square feet. There is four garages, three kitchens, a swimming pool, a modern gym, skating rink, bowling alley, orchard, and tennis courts.

The Manor, also known as Spelling Manor, is a mansion located in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, across the street from Holmby Park. Constructed in 1988 for television producer Aaron Spelling, it is the largest home in Los Angeles County. It is currently owned by British heiress Petra Stunt, daughter of Formula One racing magnate Bernie Ecclestone. Stunt purchased the home in 2011 for $85 million after it had been on the market for two years with an asking price of $150 million, making it the most expensive residential real estate listing in the US at the time

Bill Gates-147.5 Million

He’s not just the founder of one of the most profitable companies in the world, he’s is also the richest person in the world, but his house isn’t the most expensive home. His home is located in Medina, Washington, and costs $147.5 million. He has a swimming pool, bowling alley, a gigantic library, a state-wide server system, and there is a pin that is given to the visitors used to change the temperature of the home, lighting, and music.

With a net worth of $88.3 billion, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is the richest man in America.
It shouldn’t be too surprising that one of the wealthiest people in the world also has an insanely extravagant home. It took Gates seven years and $63 million to build his Medina, Washington, estate, named “Xanadu 2.0” after the fictional home of Charles Foster Kane, the title character of “Citizen Kane.” At 66,000 square feet, the home is absolutely massive, and it’s loaded to the brim with high-tech details.

Cindy Crawford-$60 Million

Cindy Crawford was the most famous and highest-paid supermodels in the world during the 1990s. She soon became a real estate guru, picking up multiple desirable properties over the years. In November 2016, she and her husband put their beachfront Malibu, California home on the market that came to a $60 million dollar price tag. The property is 5,200 square feet and sits on three secluded acres. The home features a master suite, private tennis court, swimming pool, and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.

Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber bought another four-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion in Malibu less than a year ago for $6 million. Now they’ve put it on the market for a shocking $15.45 million. But is it worth the price jump?

Jeff Bezos – $165 Million

Owner and founder of one of the largest e-commerce companies in the world, Jeff Bezo, just purchased the most expensive home in Beverly Hills, California.  

Previously owned by Warner Bros Studio boss Jack Warner.  This house sits on 9.4 acres boasting with huge terraces, gardens, guest houses, a tennis court, and even a golf course.

Tiger Woods – $60 Million

Tiger Woods’ ex-wife Elin Nordegren, who was married to the pro golfer for six years, has placed her 11-bedroom Florida mansion on the market for $49.5 million. Woods and 38-year-old Nordegren divorced in 2010. The property was purchased by Nordegren in 2011 for $12.25 million, and the custom-built mansion was completed in 2014.

The 23,176 square-foot oceanfront home is in Seminole Landing — a private, gated community in North Palm Beach, Florida. The property comes with 11 bedrooms, 15 full baths, a guest house, and a four-car garage. Other perks inside include a wine cellar, theater, fitness center, a catering kitchen, and a three-story Swarovski crystal chandelier. The home is inspired by British West Indies architectural design, and if the beach doesn’t impress, there’s also a swimming pool equipped with a waterslide and spa, lounge areas with fire pits, a half basketball court, and a putting green.

Hugh Hefner-$54 Million

Hugh Hefner was a magazine publisher who owned a $54 million dollar home. The mansion is located in Los Angeles, California and has amenities such as a wine cellar, swimming pool, game room, waterfall, zoo, aviary, pet cemetery, and tennis courts. This mansion has just about everything you could dream of in your modest life.

With the passing of 91-year-old Hugh Hefner, the iconic Playboy Mansion in L.A.’s posh Holmby Hills ‘hood will be handed over to its owner, next door neighbor Daren Metropoulos, who will embark on what will no doubt be a comprehensive and costly overhaul of the fabled estate.
Though he occupied it as his home for almost five decades, in recent years the legendary Playboy Mansion was not owned directly by Hefner but rather by Playboy Enterprises which, after putting it up for sale in early 2016 with a preposterous asking price of $200 million, sold the estate in August 2016 for $100 million to Mister Metropoulos, silver-spooned businessman son of billionaire C. Dean Metropoulos. Conditions at the time of the sale stipulated Hef, to be buried next to Marilyn Monroe at the Westwood Village Memorial Park, would remain in residence until his death at a rental rate of $1 million per year.

Oprah Winfrey – $50 million

Oprah Winfrey is one of the most famous people, not Justin the United States, but in the whole world thanks to her talk show that began in 1986. Her home costs $85 million and is located in Montecito, California and it has 6 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, 10 fireplaces, movie theater, garden, teahouse, and a lake that is dedicated to her collection of fish.

In order to live your best life, you’ve got to love the place you call home—or in Oprah Winfrey’s case, the multimillion-dollar homes you own all over the country. It should come as no surprise to anyone that the media mogul’s real estate portfolio is the stuff of dreams. According to Forbes, she’s got a net worth of around 3.1 billion (yes, with a B), so dropping $28 million on a horse farm barely even puts a dent in Queen O’s wallet.
Earlier this year, Oprah purchased the Seamair Farm Estate, a 23-acre horse farm in Montecito. The “once in a lifetime property” hadn’t been on the market in over 30 years, so Oprah was lucky to purchase the lavish property at auction.

Ryan Seacrest – $49 million

Ryan Seacrest expanded the home to 9,500 square feet, and bought the two neighboring properties and created a pond. There are also two guest houses, and a separate three-bedroom house on the grounds. In the main nine-bedroom residence, there’s a media room where former owners, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi were married. There’s also a meditation room. When Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi put their Beverly Hills estate up for sale earlier this year for $49 million, Ryan Seacrest snagged up the mega-mansion (possibly with a friend-of-the-family discount!)

At the front entrance, giant palms, agave and other plantings, by Agua Landscape, provide a lush, welcoming atmosphere. “You feel like you’re at some kind of resort,” says Seacrest.“I went with rich, warm, deeper, more masculine colors throughout,” says Andrews, who was also careful to create a unique identity for each space. In the breakfast room, he used art and furnishings, such as high-back chairs, that match the proportions of the tall fireplace. The master suite “feels large, but it’s not, really,” says Andrews. “Jeff understood the feeling of peace I wanted to have,” says Seacrest.

Cher – $45 million

This $45 million home which is around 14,000 square feet, this Italian Renaissance-style Malibu home overlooks the Pacific Ocean. It also includes an infinity-edge pool. Every day when I wake up and look out my bedroom window, I’m never not amazed,” marvels Cher, staring out one of a myriad of arched windows that define her new house, an Italian Renaissance–style villa that sits high on a bluff, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

“Every room has two views of the ocean, each of which is so beautiful—the water is always glistening, the sunset always happening. My house is so special because it’s my sanctuary, my fortress, really—the only place I have any privacy. There’s no place else that I would rather be.”
Coming from Cher, that says a lot. After all, the singer has turned out a hit—and a house—or two in her time. So when it came to putting together her 19th project with designer Ron Wilson, she knew what she wanted—and he, how to make it happen.

Will Smith & Jada Pinkett Smith – $42 million

A Hawaiian estate belonging to movie power-couple Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith has just sold for $12 million, according to a source familiar with the sale. The four-property estate—in Kilauea, a small town on the northeastern shore of Kauai, Hawaii—spans seven acres and is comprised of a three-bedroom main house, a two-bedroom guest house, a one-bedroom carriage house and a multi-purpose studio, according to public listings.

The two-story main house has two wood-burning fireplaces and extra high ceilings and doorways custom designed for the home’s former owner, former NBA star Kareem Abdul Jabbar. The seven-foot-two Hall of Famer had the main house built in 1986 and sold it to Mr. Smith and Ms. Pinkett-Smith in 2015, according to reports. It is not clear who the newest buyer of the property is.

Sean “Diddy” Combs-$39 Million

“Diddy” A.K.A- Sean Combs, threw down $39 million on a 17,000 square-foot mansion in Holmby Hills. The estate is two-stories and is a “European-style” estate. The property has a pool and a grotto connected by an underwater tunnel. It also has a 35-seat theater, a wine room, and a steam room, massage room, and beauty salon. Diddy is now a neighbor to the Playboy Mansion.

Diddy bought the property in 2014 for $40m. The European-style villa has about 17,000 square feet of living space. There are another 3,000 square feet in another structure. The grounds are one acre and has a ‘lagoon-style swimming pool with a grotto connected by an underwater swimming tunnel’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle-$18 Million

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said goodbye to the United Kingdom when they decided to step away from their role as senior members of the Royal Family. They have since settled in Canada where they are staying in an $18 million mansion that is out of this world! 

The home is located in Vancouver and is the envy of architects and socialites alike. 

Jerry Seinfeld – $32 million

It would have taken a low talker to keep this listing a secret. The former Hollywood Hills home of comedian Jerry Seinfeld is one of four adjoining lots being shopped as a pocket listing with a total asking price of $40 million. Located in the Bird Streets, the property consists of four separate parcels that add up to nearly an acre of land.

Seller Leslie Peter Benzies, the lead developer for the video game series “Grand Theft Auto” and the former president of Rockstar North, intended to tear down the former Seinfeld home and guest house to build a 15,010-square-foot mansion and 6,100-square-foot guesthouse

Christie Brinkley-$30 Million

Christie is a famous supermodel who owns a mansion located in Long Island, New York. The mansion costs $30 million because it consists of a 50 feet observation deck, 9 bathrooms, 11 bedrooms and other amenities that make her live such a luxurious life.

The supermodel and burgeoning winemaker currently has two of the Hamptons’ most remarkable homes up for sale at the same time, for a combined $55 million in available real estate. The properties, located in North Haven and Bridgehampton and both represented by Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman, are less than 8 miles apart.
The Bridgehampton house first came up for sale in July 2016, asking $29.5 million. Brinkley gave PEOPLE a tour of the impressive compound, which is refreshingly unstuffy. Instead, the space is outfitted with personal trinkets and passion projects, like the fireplace she designed herself with stones “from the end of the beach,” she says.

Simon Cowell – $29 million

The 52-year old music mogul paid $8 million for the lot in September of 2004, and had the original home demolished to make way for this dream home that he had constructed from the ground up. This mansion has 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a state-of-the-art gym, spa with a wet steam room, lap pool, guest home, media theatre, and a solarium.

Simon Cowell is cementing his status as a major media mogul by plunking down a whopping $25 million for a beachfront home. The talent show judge, 58, fixed his eye on a Malibu mansion that sits in bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, TMZ reported Monday. The incredible property was originally listed at $26,995,000 so the British celebrity is getting a bargain.

Jennifer Lopez-$28 Million

Jennifer bought her eight-acre, Bel Air, California estate from actress Sela Ward in 2016 for $28 million. The 14,000 square-foot home has pine floors that are more than a century old, as well as antique doors and reclaimed wood beams from Mississippi and Louisiana. 

The home also has a home theater that seats 30 people, a greenhouse, and a library. The house also has a vineyard, lime trees, and a large private amphitheater.

Tom Brady & Gisele Bundchen  - $27 million

Tom and Giselle built a sanctuary for their families. With 8 sisters between them, they need the room. Located in elite Brentwood outside Los Angeles, the mansion is 22,000-square feet and features eight bedrooms, a six-car garage, a lagoon-shaped swimming pool with spa, a weight room for Tom to train in and a wine cellar. 

It is believed that Gisele and Tom have now moved in to the mansion along with their two-year-old son Benjamin.

Ellen Degeneres & Portia De Rossi – $26.5 million

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi bought a $26.5 million dollar estate in seaside Montecito, California. The 13-acre ocean-view estate has a 10,522 square-foot Italian style villa that was built in 1929. 

It has six bedrooms and nine fireplaces. The original price was $24.5 million, but the couple decided to shell out $2 million more than that.

Lady Gaga -$23 million

Lady Gaga bought the $23 million dollar mansion in Malibu, California, that sits on six acres of stunning views and over 10,000 square feet of living space. Inside the mansion, you’ll find five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a wine cellar, a theater, a bowling alley, game room, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and a gym. 

Outside the mansion is a saltwater pool, Jacuzzi, eight-horse stable, a guest house, and a bocce ball court.

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West – $20 million

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reportedly spent $20 million on the compound over three years ago on renovations. However, it appears that their investment was well worth it, as an appraiser has reportedly been valued at a whopping $60 million dollars. Back when they bought the Hidden Hills residence, it was a 15,000 square foot mansion, set on three acres, with two swimming pools and vineyards. 

Kim and Kanye wanted to put their own unique twist on the eight-bedroom, 10-bathroom place, and they added their own recording studio, a movie theater and a palatial master suite, along with a two-story playroom. The landscaping has also been completely redone.

Billy Joel- $18.5 million

Famous pianist, composer, and singer, Billy Joel has a home located in La Force Island, Miami Beach, Florida, costing $35 million. 

The Home is 303.310 square feet and has amenities such as a 4-car garage, wine cellar, pool, outdoor kitchen, patio, pier, and a boat slip.

Taylor Swift - $17 million

It’s said that Taylor Swift bought an 11,000 square-foot mansion for $17.75 million in 2013, and she reportedly paid for it in cash. Since then, she’s put the home to good use by hosting numerous parties with friends, or “squad”.

The mansion sits on the highest point in Watch Hill, Rhode Island, and has 700 feet of shoreline and views of Little Narragansett Bay. The home has eight bedrooms, eight fireplaces, and a pool in the back.

Avicii – $15 million

Avicii moved into the 7,000 square foot home in Hollywood, California that costs $15 million. 

It comes with unbeatable views of Downtown LA, famous neighbors, and beautiful architecture.

Chris Martin & Gwyneth Paltrow – $14 million

This beautiful property was the home of actress Gwyneth Paltrow and rockstar ex-husband, Chris Martin. This 5 bedroom mansion in England was purchased from Kate Winslet for 4 million pounds! 

The neighborhood isn’t too bad either, with neighbors like Madonna and Hugh Grant, I wonder if it’s okay to knock and ask for some sugar?

Pharrell Williams – $10.9 million

Judging by this 9,000 square foot penthouse, it looks like being featured on so many best-selling singles is a great gig. It has five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, and a three story living room with an elegant staircase. 

It also features a rooftop terrace with a pool, and a home theatre with leather seats.

Ozzy Osbourne – $10 million

The 5,680 square foot mansion has five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, and a Playboy-eque grotto that is cover in roses and ivy.

The estate also has a two-story guest house that has it’s own garage.

Scott Disick-$8.8 million

Spanning 8,110-square feet, with seven bedrooms and seven baths, Disick’s “Hamptons in Hidden Hills” house is located in Hidden Hills, California. 

Inside, there’s a double-island chef’s kitchen, several game rooms, a wine cellar, and an expansive master suite-making this a tempting choice for big-dollar buyers.

Halle Berry-$8 million

This amazing beach-side mansion is in Malibu, California. Quite a bargain at $8 million dollars! 

The house is actually worth much more now since she purchased the house in 2004.

Britney Spears -$7.4 million

The single-story home was built in 2010 with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and two offices. There are a handful of kid-friendly amenities like movie and game rooms. The grand entryway is lined with oversized mirrors and leads out to the backyard where she built a pool with fountains and a waterfall. 

The home has 180-degree views of the Santa Monica mountains, and three bedroom wings including a master suite, an area of children’s bedrooms wing and a separate guest wing. The master bedroom has dual bathrooms with jacuzzi tubs and walk-in closets.

Rihanna – $7 million

Rihanna does a LOT of work, work, work, work, work, and with all that pay, she bought a $7 million dollar home in Hollywood Hills. 

It’s rumored that this place has a nightclub built inside because Rihanna likes to after-party and throw parties here on the weekends.

Jennifer Lawrence -$7 million

Jennifer Lawrence is the owner of this beautiful $7 million dollar mansion located in Beverly Hills, California. 

The 5,550 square foot home has five bedrooms, a home gym, backyard pool, and an outdoor courtyard. The mansion is surrounded by hovering trees, vines and flower beds.

Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie – $6.5 million

Prior to their divorce, the house that Brad and Angelina bought together was a renovated 1830’s property, boasts gorgeous chandeliers, crown moldings, fireplaces, high ceilings, has a custom cabinetry a grand spiral stair case and elevator. 

There is also a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a large private courtyard and a separate two-story guest house.

Katie Couric- $6.3 million

The 7,000 square foot residence comes complete with seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool, and is only five blocks from the beach. 

Couric herself landscaped the property, by adding a vegetable garden near the pool.

Seal -$6 million

Seal purchased a mansion in Brentwood, Los Angeles, to start a new life after splitting with ex-wife, super model, Heidi Klum in January, 2012. 

The three story mansion has 5 and a half bathrooms, floor to ceiling windows, several fireplaces, a cinema, a gym, and two large kitchens.

Leonardo DiCaprio -$5.2 million

Looks like Leo found the perfect place to chill after the Oscars. 

Once owned by popular 40s and 50s singer Dinah Shore, the 7,000 square foot midcentury home has six bedrooms, 7 and a half bathrooms, and has a pool house, a tennis court, and a detached gym.

Harry Styles – $4 million

From three and a half bathrooms, to five bedrooms, looks like there’s plenty of space for the whole One Direction crew. This bachelor pad has a teahouse feel with it’s greenery, bridge, wood beam ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Of course, no house in LA is complete without a pool, which Styles decided to keep the tropical vibe going with an outdoor saltwater pool.

Selena Gomez – $3 million

This is Selena’s newest home in Hollywood Hills. 

This “quaint” 5 bedroom home was rumored to be specifically purchased to be far away from ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber who owns a home in Calabasas, CA.

John Travolta – $2.7 Million

Located in Ocala, Florida, this home is worth $2.7 million. 

It has accommodations for his private jet and airplane, along with his own private runway for his Boeing 707.

Kristen Stewart- $2.2 million

Kristen Stewart bought this home after the cheating scandals with married director, Rupert Sanders came to light. The 3,361 square-foot home in Los Feliz, a trendy neighborhood in LA has an eat-in kitchen with a center island and country-style rustic cabinetry. 

A large backyard sun terrace furnished with a stacked stone fire put lends itself to sweeping views the Valley.

Emily Vancamp- $1.2 million

Emily VanCamp’s humble 1,500 square foot home is located in the Hollywood Hills. 

She bought it in October of 2009 for $1.2 million.

 Miley Cyrus-$6 Million It’s reported that Miley Cyrus has sold her family home in Toluca Lake for $6 million. Originally purchased by her parents, Billy Ray Cyrus and Leticia Cyrus, the property was deeded over to a trust in which the younger Cyrus holds other real estate. 

The Tuscan-style house is accessed by a tree-lined driveway. The home has a library, formal living and dining rooms, a home theater, and a guitar display room. Outside, the home has a swimming pool, a large outdoor patio, and a skateboard ramp. A three-car garage sits at the front of the home.

Beyoncé & Jay Z -$2.6 million

Beyonce decided to buy this $2.6 million dollar church-turned mansion in New Orleans that was once a place of worship. The 13,292 square-foot home with 26-foot ceilings and three 1,000 square foot apartments spread over three stories. 

Home to a total of 22 rooms including 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, the home features a step-up dining room, a loft-style sitting room and a library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.

Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo

Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo’s 8,000 square foot home is located in Encino and features a pool, spa and wine cellar.

The private couple retreat to their home and try to lead as normal a life as they can. 

The Hiltons

Having a house in the Hamptons is an absolute necessity for the rich-and-famous. 

Naturally, the Hiltons went all-out when they purchased their 2.7-acre Hampton estate, complete with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt 5-acre property in Ojai, CA is an eco-friendly estate, which includes a solar energy system and a well on site!

They care a lot about the environment which is why their home is ecologically friendly. 

Paul McCartney

All you need is love—but a choice of places to hang your hat spread out all over the world, including one in Amagansett, don’t hurt.

All of his homes are very private, as is expected from a superstar like him. 

Steven Spielberg

The legendary director has a home in California that is an architectural dream. The home has a guest house and extension that looks like a silo. 

There is a lot privacy on this property, which is something that he requires being the Hollywood legend that he is. 


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