The Most Gorgeous Houses of The Stars
I think most people would agree that having one room per person in your home is comfortable living, however, for the stars, this is far from the case. Some stars have more amenities in their houses than you would find in a 5-star hotel. These houses are scattered all over the world but the one thing they all have in common is that upon first glance, they will leave you in awe. If you want to see some of the world's most beautiful houses and know what they cost, scroll through this gallery and take a look for yourself.
Jeff Bezos' Maui Estate
As one of the richest people in the world, it is only in line for Jeff Bezos to own a $78 million Maui Estate. When Bezos bought the Maui Estate property in November 2021, he basically bought a chunk of Hawaii’s islands. The property has all the amenities one can think of, which is only right considering what it costs.
Bezos’ Maui home is 4,500-square-feet and there’s also a 1,700 square foot guest home as well as an outdoor kitchen, swimming pool, and beach area. The entire estate sits on 14 acres and is 12 miles away from the closest city. We wouldn't be surprised if Jeff was able to see his own property from outer space when he was up there.
The Weeknd’s Bel Air Estate
The Weeknd had to cough up a whopping $70 million to acquire his Bel Air Estate in August 2021. The property lies on 1.6 acres of land with a 33,000 square foot home that has nine bedrooms.
It’s not far from the Bel Air country club either and it essentially has everything one could want in a home: it has a flexible sports court and an outdoor living room with a bar for entertainment and lots of privacy which is only right considering it’s owned by The Weeknd.
Kanye West’s Malibu Beach House
After concluding divorce proceedings from Kim Kardashian, the first home the rapper bought is a $57 million Malibu beach house located just beside the ocean. It was his first home purchase following the divorce so he ensured that he got a home that suits his unique style as a bachelor.
The home is itself a sculpture and a home that is essentially a piece of art itself. It’s not the biggest luxury house though as it only has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, that being said, for most people that would be way more than enough for their entire family.
Miranda Kerr’s Holmby Hills Estate
Snapchat billionaire Evan Siegel and his wife Miranda Kerr bought a $100 million property in the highbrow Holmby Hills neighborhood. Their property used to belong to Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds who is a music producer, and his ex-wife Tracey Edmonds.
The estate’s layout makes it a compound essentially, with a sprawling space of land and a gigantic mansion. It’s also quite beautiful and looks like an attractive vista that is suiting for Kerr and her husband who had some work to do because the main house wasn’t yet complete when they bought it.
Dwayne Johnson’s Beverly Park Home
Dwayne Johnson owns a gigantic $27.8 million Beverly Park home on 3.6 acres of land. He bought the property which features an 18,000 square foot main residence, 2,500 square-foot guest house, six bedrooms, and 11.5 bathrooms in 2021.
As you’d expect, the property is packed with plenty of indoor and outdoor amenities including an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, olive tree groves, a baseball diamond, a music studio, and a movie theater. This is Dwayne Johnson’s home so there has to be a gym somewhere in there too.
Ryan Seacrest's Beverly Hills Home
Ryan Seacrest is known for being a lover of luxury homes and he has an eye for real estate so it’s only right that he owns a sprawling Beverly Hills property that is currently listed on the market for $85 million; the property’s listing contains photos that show the two adjacent guest houses, the 9,000-square-foot main house, and its seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
The estate is packed with amenities you’d expect in a luxury property of its caliber; a sprawling home gym, underground garage, a pool and pool house, and a reflecting pond. The home is currently listed, so if you are in the market for an $85 million dollar home, this is your chance.
Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello’s Beverly Park Home
California’s Beverly Park Estate is one of the most exclusive enclaves in Los Angeles County. Sofia Vergara and her husband Joe Manganiello’s $26 million Beverly Park Home is just one of dozens of luxury celebrity-owned properties in the neighborhood.
The 17,100 square foot property used to belong to baseball legend Barry Bonds but is now owned by the celebrity couple. It is a European-style estate that sits on 1.85 acres with a sprawling home that has 30-foot ceilings, 10 bathrooms, six bedrooms, a gym, elevator, movie theater, music room, and more.
Oprah Winfrey's Montecito Estate
Oprah Winfrey’s magnificent Montecito property is worth between $88 to $90 million today but she only paid $50 million for it in 2001. The property sits on a combined 65 acres of land with a 23,000 square foot main residence with 14 bathrooms and six rooms.
The home has many luxury amenities as you’d expect; a wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, movie theater, and more. Oprah also bought a 5,000 square foot ranch in 2016 so she essentially has a lot of land in the area, we wouldn't be surprised if she slowly began to buy everything in between to combine her land.
Jennifer Lopez's Bel Air Home
In line with her status as one of the most influential people of Latino origin and one of the most famous entertainers, Jennifer Lopez owns a $28 million Bel Air property with a 14,000 square foot main residence and living space to go with 13 bathrooms and 7 bedrooms.
The Bel Air estate is also packed with plenty of luxury amenities like a vineyard, vegetable garden, infinity pool, 100-seat amphitheater, and fire pit. The home even has its own mini-golf course, though we doubt anyone would be spending much time on it when you have a bombshell like J-Lo in the house.
Beyonce and Jay-Z’s Bel Air Mansion
Like Jennifer Lopez before, Beyonce and Jay-Z also own a Bel Air home but unlike Lopez’s which is worth $28 million, the power couple’s property is worth a whopping $88 million. Their property sits on two acres of land and features a 30,000 square foot living space/main house, 11 bathrooms, and eight bedrooms which is plenty of space for their children.
Its list of amenities includes a 10,000 square foot outdoor living space, a full-sized basketball court, four outdoor swimming pools, a spa, and staff quarters. One could only imagine what it would be like growing up in a paradise like this.
Cindy Crawford's Malibu Estate
Cindy Crawford was the original owner of this Malibu Mansion which is now worth $99.5 million. Anyone who’s rich enough can lounge around in the same pool Crawford used to lounge in because the house has been on the market for a while. The mansion itself is a modern Mediterranean-inspired beach compound that sits on 3 acres of land.
Its main building features floor-to-ceiling glass doors that allow some incredible views of the Beach. Crawford sold it to a hedge fund manager in 2018 who used it for a while before putting it on the market again.
Jeff Franklin's Beverly Hills House
Full House producer, Jeff Franklin’s Beverly Hills house has a dark history as it sits on the site of the murders of Sharon Tate and four others in the 60s but nevertheless, it is now a magnificent estate having undergone reconstruction in the 90s. Even with the murders, we are sure Jeff has no issues getting a good night's rest in this gorgeous home.
The $85 million home has 18 bathrooms, 9 bedrooms, a spa, hair salon, movie theater, shark tank, and lots more. The house also has a pool that has three waterfalls, two hot tubs, and a water slide. And for parking vehicles, there is a subterranean garage.
Tina Turner’s Zurich Property
German-born Erwin Bach and his wife Tina Turner both departed the US after deciding to give up their U.S. citizenship. They relocated to Switzerland where they could only rent properties because of a local law that prohibits non-citizens from buying properties.
Fortunately, they were both granted Swiss citizenship after some time and they decided to own their own Swiss property; they now own a $76 million property in Zurich. Their house is a set of 10 structures scattered across 5 and a half acres of land.
Adam Levine’s Montecito Mansion
Adam Levine is the lead performer of the Maroon 5 band and is also known for his time as a coach on The Voice. He also owned a magnificent six-bedroom mansion in Montecito, California; Levine bought it for $22.7 million and sold it off only months later for $28.5 million.
The mansion has a theater, tennis pavilion, wine cellar, swimming pool, and more. This house is just one of several that Adam Levine has flipped in the past as the singer appears to have a thing for buying houses and making them over.
Adele’s Beverly Hills Property
The 3.5 acres of Beverly Hills property that is now Adele’s used to belong to Sylvester Stallone who wanted $110 million for the 8 bedroom, 12 bathroom mansion but Adele acquired it for $58 million. The home has a custom bar, cigar room, screening room, and a delightful backyard with covered dining and lounge sections.
There’s also an infinity pool that used to house Stallone’s fist-pumping Rocky statue. Stallone’s former mansion is just one of four Beverly Hills properties that the Grammy-Award-winning singer has. Safe to say she has obtained them all for quite a deal if she was able to negotiate Sylvester down to half of his asking price.
Scooter Braun’s Brentwood Property
When music mogul, Scooter Braun isn’t battling Taylor Swift in a high-profile legal battle, he’s off shopping multi-million dollar properties in highbrow areas. Braun owns a $65 million 6 bedroom, 10 bathroom property in Los Angeles’ Brentwood area.
The 19,000 square foot property is essentially a modern farmhouse with 13-foot ceilings, three fireplaces, a steam room, wine cellar, fire pit, outdoor pool, indoor lap pool, and more. There’s a guest house, pool house, and many more amenities as well. You can't expect anything less from someone who surrounds themselves with the likes of Justin Beiber, Drake, and Ariana Grande.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s Montecito Mansion
Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres acquired a $49 million 9,000 square foot Montecito, California property, and only a year later, it was worth $55 million. The Comedian and her actress wife’s property has a detached garage, a large stocked pond, a bard created by a famous architect, an infinity pool, and organic vegetable gardens.
Ellen DeGeneres in particular loves real estate and is known to own a couple in California and beyond. She also bought two other homes with de Rossi before putting this one on the market, and just the fact that Ellen lived there is enough to send the property value sky-high.
Carlos Santana’s Kauai, Hawaii Home
Musician Carlos Santana went all the way to the Hawaiian island of Kauai to acquire this $20.5 million home. He must love Hawaii and its islands because he’d first bought another property for $8 million before buying another for $20.5 million.
The larger house is comprised of four different pods sprawled around the living space. There is the main suite as well as a dining room and living room. There’s an 8,000 square foot garage on the property and an infinity saltwater swimming pool.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s Hidden Hills Mansion
Kim & Kanye may no longer be a thing but it’ll take some time to forget all they did together as a couple. They bought a $60 million mansion in Hollywood’s highbrow Hidden Hills area in 2014 to house them and their beautiful children.
The property was only $20 million when they acquired it but its value appreciated over the years after they spent millions of dollars on making the mansion look how they wanted it. Whoever owns the house will have lots of stars as neighbors as the entire neighborhood is occupied by celebrities, one of them being Kanye himself, who bought another house in the neighborhood.
Tom Cruise’s Telluride mansion
Tom Cruise’s Telluride, Colorado property is worth $59 million today. The movie star listed the 298-acre house on the market in 2019, having designed the log mansion estate all by himself in 1994. The home was built from bleached timbers and floor-to-ceiling glass windows were used for its interiors.
Cruise’s Telluride mansion is home to some incredible views, some of the most stunning the West has to offer and it also has a tennis court, a basketball court, and lots of other amenities. We wouldn't be surprised if Cruise had a change of heart and took this property off the market.
Jennifer Aniston’s Bel Air Property
Jennifer Aniston made a shrewd decision in 2011 by disposing of a Beverly Hills property she owned for $38 million after which she moved to a mid-century Bel-Air property that didn’t cost as much but was equally as impressive as her last home.
Aniston bought the new Bel Air property in the same year; its main residence is an 8,500 square foot four-bedroom seven-bathroom house that sits on more than 3 acres of land in total. Some of the amenities the property has are a swimming pool, guest house, and a vineyard.
Howard Stern’s Palm Beach estate
Howard Stern’s work as a famous radio personality has made him a rich man and is the reason he could afford to pay $52 million for his Palm Beach estate in 2017. Howard is one of the most recognizable radio personalities in the world, so of course, he needed a home to match.
What he paid for the five-bedroom estate then is the equivalent of $54.9 million today which is in the range of what you’d expect considering the entire estate sits on 3.3 acres of land and is located beside an exclusive club. Many media personalities like Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh have all owned Palm Beach houses in the past so Stern isn’t alone here.
Gwen Stefani’s Hollywood Hills Mansion
Gwen Stefani’s gigantic Hollywood Hills mansion is called The Summit. Stefani and her husband at the time, Gavin Rossdale, acquired the estate for $13.3 million in 2006. The main residence has six huge bedrooms that are all connected to the mansion’s recreation area and outdoor lounge.
The recreation area features a swimming pool and tennis court. Jennifer Lopez was once the owner of the property so you know it has lots of amenities like its guesthouse with panoramic views. Stefani ended up selling the estate for $21.7 million.
Marc Anthony’s Coral Gables mansion
Grammy-award-winning singers deserve sprawling mansions that sit on the water. Marc Anthony just might have been thinking that when he spent $19 million on his Coral Gables mansion in 2017.
The 12-bedroom, 13-bathroom mansion has its own elevator and a swimming pool while also sitting on the water, making it very unique and very desirable; Anthony sold the mansion for $22.4 million in the end, which is less than what he wanted but still exceeded what he paid for it in 2017.
Bill and Melinda Gates’ Medina, Washington mega-complex
Co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, and his ex-wife Melinda Gates, together spent $63 million to construct their Medina, Washington estate. The construction alone took seven years and the estate is called Xanadu 2.0, a reference to Citizen Kane.
The property is worth more than $145 million today as it sprawls 66,000 square feet, with seven bedrooms, six kitchens, and 24 bathrooms. The house is packed full with the latest tech as you’d expect, and there’s also an incredible art and artifacts collection.
Derek Jeter’s Tampa waterfront home
Derek Jeter is best known as the New York Yankees’ shortstop but he also had an active interest in real estate. He supervised the construction of his waterfront home in Tampa, Florida in 2012; the property spans 30,875 square feet and because of its 6-foot gate, there is a lot of privacy to be enjoyed within.
The home’s amenities include an outdoor kitchen, a home gym, two garages, and a saltwater pool. Jeter eventually sold it for $22.5 million after renting it to Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, two people anyone would enjoy renting their home to.
Lebron James’ Brentwood Mansion
After signing with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2018, Lebron James began shopping for a new home in Los Angeles and ended up splashing $23 million on a sprawling mansion in California’s affluent Brentwood area. The ultra-modern property has eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms and possesses desirable amenities like French oak floors made from Spanish wood and marble countertops.
Other amenities in the James’ residence include a cigar lounge, wine cellar, rooftop terrace, and master bedroom with its own private patio. The unusual thing is the home doesn’t have a basketball court but it does have a full gym, although he has the entire Crypto.com center at his disposal to practice when need be.
Angelina Jolie’s Chateau Miraval Castle
With a combined net worth running into hundreds of millions of dollars, Angelina Jolie and her ex-husband Brad Pitt made a habit of acquiring expensive art pieces and expansive mansions. They bought the Chareau Miraval for $67 million in 2008, which is still owned by Angelina Jolie today.
The property is basically a Castle in the South of France with the main house that has 35 rooms, indoor and outdoor swimming pool, helipad, home theater, video game room, and lots more. The villa has lots of outdoor amenities too; there is a dirt bike course on the property, a moat, and a vineyard.
Demi Moore’s New York City Penthouse
In 2017, 27 years after Demi Moore acquired her New York City penthouse with ex-husband Bruce Willis, she sold it for $45 million. Moore had initially requested $75 million for the penthouse but she had to concede a lower price point in order to dispose of it.
The penthouse is a triplex located in San Remo, a Central Park West location where many celebs live. Famous people that have owned properties in the area include Steve Jobs, Glenn Close, Bono, Steven Spielberg, and Diane Keaton.
Lady Gaga’s Malibu mansion
Lady Gaga paid $22.5 million for her Malibu, California mansion in 2014. The amount she paid at that time is the equivalent of $25 million today but the unusual thing about Lady Gaga’s property is how the oceanfront estate is located in a regular suburban neighborhood unlike the estates of other celebrities that can be found in exclusive, highbrow areas.
The location doesn’t take away from the fact that the house is terrific; there is a super-long driveway, barns, stables and the entire architecture is inspired by Southern France’s traditional homes. As bizarre as Lady Gaga can come off, this house can be described as equally bizarre.
David E. Kelley and Michelle Pfeiffer’s Mediterranean-style home
Producer and TV writer, David E. Kelley and his wife Michelle Pfeiffer, together bought their Pacific Palisades property for $25 million but they put it right back on the market only two years later. It's a shame they couldn't hold onto it for longer as we are sure they were proud to own it.
The property’s main residence is a Mediterranean-inspired home with 11 bathrooms, 7 bedrooms, a library and fireplace, a suite with another fireplace, and a patio overlooking the Riviera Country Club. Other amenities on the property include a tasting area, a garden, an infinity swimming pool, and a wine cellar.
Hugh Hefner’s Holmby Hills Playboy Mansion
Before his death, Hugh Hefner purchased the Playboy mansion for $1 million in 1974. After more than four decades and countless facelifts, a billionaire called Daren Metropoulos paid an estimated $105 million to acquire the popular mansion that has received countless celebrities over the years.
The estate is quite popular and it has many amenities that make it worth the hype; there is a sprawling Tudor mansion with a tennis court, fireworks permit that lasts all year, 29 rooms, and a zoo license to boot. But more than anything, just the fact that this was the infamous Playboy mansion makes this estate priceless.
Dr. Dre’s Brentwood mansion
In addition to being one of Hip Hop’s most celebrated icons, Dr. Dre also created the Beats by Dre brand which was acquired by Apple. Dr. Dre’s many investments made him rich so when he splashed $40 million on a sprawling mansion in Brentwood, California, not a lot of eyebrows were raised.
The 20,000-square-foot home is a French-country mansion that has a 10,000-square-foot music studio and a moat. The property once belonged to Tom Brady, and today, it is worth more than $43 million, making Dr. Dre even richer than he was when he bought it.
P. Diddy’s Holmby Hills mansion
In order to acquire his gigantic Holmby Hills, California mansion in 2014, P. Diddy had to part with $40 million, which equates to more than $43.6 million today. Diddy’s mansion is basically an eight-bedroom palace with a 35-seat theater, a gym, wine cellar, and a lagoon pool with an underwater tunnel and luxury grotto.
There’s also a 3,000-square foot guest house on the ground and the entire estate spans 17,000 square feet. It was listed on the market for $14.5 million in 2021 but has yet to sell as we would imagine that not a lot of people are willing to part ways with $14.5 million at the moment.
Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford’s Beverly Hills Property
In the era of silent film, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks were the real power couple. There wasn’t a power couple more powerful than they were back then as they were essentially the Beyonce and Jay-Z during their time.
They hosted exclusive and expensive parties with guest lists that included Amelia Earhart, Albert Einstein, and Winston Churchill. Their estate was home to the largest pool in Beverly Hills; it was so big that the power couple had to cross it in a canoe. The estate was listed for $60 million in 2008.
Mel Gibson’s Costa Rica jungle hideaway
Playa Barrigona is a jungle hideaway located in Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica. The hideaway sits on over 400 acres of perfect rainforest and is owned by Mel Gibson. Gibson’s Costa Rican estate stakes direct claim to over two miles of pristine beach coastline that overlooks the Pacific.
The estate’s main residence is called Casa Guanacaste and it has eight bathrooms and seven bedrooms. Gibson listed the entire estate for $29.8 million in 2017, down from an earlier $35 million valuation. However, if there is one place you want to live, it is definitely Costa Rica, so don't expect this property to sit for long.
George Lucas’ Nicasio Property
George Lucas is a popular filmmaker and producer known for creating the Star Wars film series, one of the most successful movie franchises ever. He owned a 4,700-acre estate which he developed parcel by parcel for about $100 million.
Lucas splashed all that money on the estate despite it not being his primary residence but apparently, his money was well spent because the property was featured as a Skywalker Sound workplace more than once, and it was also used as a location for filmmakers to hangout.
Simon Cowell's Beverly Hills Mansion
Simon Cowell’s face is synonymous with American Idol as he’s arguably the most famous judge on the show. Simon also owned a Beverly Hills mansion until he sold it for $25 million in 2020; the property has six bathrooms, six bedrooms, and plenty of perks to boot.
There are side-by-side massage tables, quarters for live-in maids and live-in butlers as well as a security system worth $1 million complete with retina scan authorization. Cowell essentially modified the property after acquiring it for only $8 million in 2004.
Celine Dion’s Jupiter Island Property
Celine Dion used to own a luxurious property on Florida’s exclusive Jupiter Island until she sold it for $38.5 million in 2017, four years after she listed the property on the market. The sprawling property has an 11,000 square foot living space with 14 bathrooms and 13 bedrooms.
There’s also a unique attraction on the property; an aquatic one at that because a pool couldn’t do the trick for Celine Dion and her guests, so there is a full private water park for visitors and residents to enjoy.
Tiger Woods’ Jupiter Island Estate
Like Celine Dion, Tiger Woods also owned a sprawling property on Jupiter Island, one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the US. Lots of famous people live in the exclusive Estate, and Woods is one of them, which isn't surprising with how much money he has won from golf.
Woods paid $40 million for the property in 2006 but soon after he paid all that money for it, the Golf champ had it torn down before getting it redone completely. As you’d expect, the property includes a golf practice facility with fairways, sand traps, and lots of green for Woods to practice.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith’s Calabasas Home
California’s Calabasas City is the home of stars and it surpassed Beverly Hills to become the United States’ wealthiest city in 2020. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith are one of many stars to live in the city; construction of the couple’s property there began in 2003 but it wasn’t ready until 2010 when they had to pay $42 million for it.
The home is a custom-designed, Moroccan-inspired house that has a pool room, a recording studio, nine bedrooms, and a lounge for meditation. There was a time when Will Smith was cranking out movie after movie, you can blame this estate for that.
George Vanderbilt’s Asheville Estate
George Vanderbilt was born into a wealthy family with lots of privilege; his family made their fortune from steamboats and railroads but Vanderbilt himself was more interested in private libraries and art collections, using his wealth and connections to gather one of the world’s greatest collections.
He bought land in the Blue Ridge Mountains close to Asheville, North Carolina to build the Biltmore Estate, the largest private residence in the US. In the end, constructing the 250-room, 35 bedroom, 43 bathroom house cost $6 million, the equivalent of $184 million today.
Tommy Hilfiger's Greenwich Estate
You can’t separate American fashion designer, Tommy Hilfiger from style and apparently, his eye for glamour and style extends beyond fashion to real estate as well. This is clearly proven by his ownership of an exclusive $47.5 million estate in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The 22-acre estate is European-inspired and is something like a dream; Hilfiger paid $31.4 million for it in 2000 and it was his for 2 decades until he decided to list it for an acceptable $47.5 million in 2020. The palatial property was built in 1939 and it boasts hardwood floors, European fireplaces, and more.
Johnny Depp’s French Village
Some celebrities go all the way to Costa Rica to purchase exclusive properties, others venture to remote Hawaiian islands. Johnny Depp, who’s always had a French connection courtesy of his ex-wife Amber Heard, found himself an incredible $55.5 million French estate that has its very own small town.
The 37-acre property is located on a sleepy hillside not far from the historic Saint-Tropez and has lots of amenities including an art studio, private restaurant, guest cottages, and more. Depp bought the property in 2001 and has since spent millions of dollars renovating it.
Lewis Hamilton’s Manhattan Penthouse
Lewis Hamilton is a champion on the tracks and a Formula One legend with a unique sense of style so you’d naturally expect the places he calls home to be just as unique, modern, and cool as he is. Hamilton owns a $57 million penthouse apartment in the heart of New York.
The apartment isn’t an ordinary one as it spans three floors and lies in the highly sought-after Tribeca neighborhood. He paid $44 million for it in 2017 and put it on the market for $57 million three years later.
Taylor Swift’s Georgian Estate
Taylor Swift owns a 1934 Georgian revival estate that is just as beautiful on the exterior as it is on the interior. Her estate is the kind of stuff people see in their dreams; it has lots of amenities including ten bathrooms, seven bedrooms, and lots of space for activities and guests.
The best part is the estate sits in a coastal location so there are some incredible views to be enjoyed from the windows and the grounds themselves are magical. The house can be seen as a visual representation of the talent and work ethic that Taylor Swift has.
Kylie Jenner’s Holmby Hills Home
Call it a holiday resort or a home if you will, Kylie Jenner’s Holmby Hills home is both as it contains lots of amenities for beautiful getaways. The $36.5 million property has seven bedrooms, 20 parking spaces, 14 bathrooms, a home cinema, a game room, a swimming pool, and lots more.
The place offers the perfect location for Jenner’s lavish gatherings and events with plenty to keep guests entertained. The superstar model also owns two guest apartments where friends and family can stay over. The youngest Kardashian has definitely given her family a run for their money when it comes to beautiful properties.
George Clooney’s Villa Oleandra Home
George Clooney and Amal Clooney’s Villa Oleandra house is easily one of the most luxurious and expensive celebrity-owned houses. The 25-room villa is located in a perfect location on the banks of Lake Como in Laglio, Italy. The home is said to be worth around $13.5 million.
Its major appeal is its authentic beauty dazzle on the inside and out and its ornate features that all mesh well with its endless list of modern amenities; a swimming pool, a gym, pizza room, outdoor theatre, and tennis courts as well. There’s also a screening room in there too.
Sting’s NYC penthouse
And last but definitely not least we have Sting’s NYC penthouse which he purchased for $50 Million. Although the property is only 5,417 sq. ft., the biggest selling point to this home is the incredible view of Central Park which can be enjoyed while sitting out in the penthouse's terrace. Not only can you view Central Park from the terrace with a little fresh air, but every single room in this house also has a view of the iconic park.
If that wasn't enough the penthouse also has double sculptural spiral staircases, an open fireplace in the living room, top-of-the-line appliances, and of course dual spa bathrooms and a sauna in the master bedroom to top things off. The building itself also has tons of amenities like a fitness center, restaurants, and a sky-lit pool.