Wealth is a funny thing. When it comes to celebrities, most of us can’t appreciate how rich they really are until we see it with our own eyes.
And the best way to see this wealth is to check out the fabulous homes of the rich and famous. Trust us: these celebrity mansions will definitely blow your mind!
Ryan Seacrest currently lives in an amazing Beverly Hills mansion once owned by Ellen DeGeneres. But he’s willing to sell it to you for the modest sum of $85 million!
What do you get for this much money? The house itself is 9,000 square feet and includes sweet luxuries like a home theater. In addition, there are multiple guest houses, a pool, a fitness facility, and even an underground parking garage!
Trevor Noah is famous the world over as the host for Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. And the gig must pay well: he recently bought a Bel Air mansion for $27.5 million!
It may sound like a lot of dough, but this home (with floor-to-ceiling windows and a built-in chef’s kitchen and gym) is certainly worth it. If you don’t dig it, maybe you’ll prefer Paul Simon’s Connecticut mansion?
Paul Simon is a genuine music icon, and he currently lives in a beautiful mansion in Connecticut. But if you want to take it off his hands, he’s willing to sell for $11.9 million!
The home (located in New Canaan) is a Georgian mansion that sits on 32 acres of land. When it’s warm, you can always cool off in the pool. And when it’s too cold, you can warm up near one of the white-washed brick home’s five fireplaces.
When it comes to the basketball court, NBA star Blake Griffin knows how to make the tough calls. But we bet his decision to buy a $5.9 million home in Los Angeles was fairly easy!
Even though Griffin already has a nearby LA mansion, his new purchase is quite the home. This 1936 two-story home is 5,900 square feet and full of awesome amenities like a media room, a guest suite (complete with patio), and his own pool and spa.
If you like older homes but this isn’t your style, you may love what Eli Roth has done with his own mansion.
Eli Roth has done plenty of work behind the camera and in front of it, but he is most known for directing horror movies. Fortunately, there is nothing scary about the Tudor-style Los Angeles home is selling.
The listing price is $3.5 million for this home that blends old and new. For example, the house was built in the 1920s. But Roth added some killer features including a gym, a sauna, and home theater.
Roth doesn’t really leave his house when he’s not working. And with a home like this, we can’t blame him!
Sylvester Stallone became famous for portraying some of the toughest characters in film history. And he recently decided to kick back and relax by buying a Palm Beach home for a cool $35.37 million.
It’s a Spanish-style compound with a lovely waterfront view, guest house, and pool pavilion. And there is plenty of room for Stallone to throw some wild parties: the main house alone is 10,500 square feet!
If you’d rather a house with a more rock-and-roll soul, though, there is always Gene Simmons’ mansion!
Gene Simmons became famous for headlining the transgressive band Kiss. While he never fully left the rock-and-roll lifestyle, he is now selling the Los Angeles mansion he has lived in for nearly four decades.
He is asking for $22 million, but you get quite a bit of home for that price. This includes a 16,000 square foot mansion with three different levels. It also comes with features we adore, including a library, pool, and wine cellar.
Oh, and did we mention the 30-foot tall windows?
Sometimes, it feels like celebrities are simply buying and selling homes from one another. For example, Ellen DeGeneres bought Dennis Miller’s old Montecito home last year for $49 million.
It’s expensive to live in Santa Barbara county, and this is one of the most expensive homes ever sold in the area. While the main home (with its South African Cape Dutch-style) is beautiful, we really love the other features of this four-acre deal. Especially the barn, the lily pond, and the abundance of wildlife!
Want more of a party vibe? In that case, you need to check out Bret Michaels’ mansion!
Let’s face it: you’re probably not going to ever party as hard as rock legend Bret Michaels. But if you buy his Arizona mansion for only $3.3 million, maybe you can come close.
This Scottsdale home is built in the classic Southwestern style. Between the main home and the guest home, you get a spacious 7,400 square feet. And you can enjoy some rockin’ amenities, including sports courts and your very own recording studio.
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Ellie Goulding’s singing is the stuff of modern musical legend. And she’s been living the high life in London. But you can now buy her London home for £5.95 million.
Compared to some of the houses on the list, this brick home is very modern and relatively unassuming. It clocks in at 2,961 square feet, and comes with four bedrooms, a full-floor guest suite, multiple living areas. And it also has great acoustics… just in case you’d like to get started on your own singing career!