Celebrity real estate is a world unto itself, one of seven- to eight-figure properties that are either actual homes to the stars or investment opportunities that appreciate with time. These are some of the more lavish homes of the rich and famous recently on the market, but even the more modest homes on this list tend to be famous in their own right. They include Jonah Hill's stunning Malibu, California, home, which was just listed for $15 million.
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Having bought another home across the street for $9 million, the two-time Oscar nominee is unloading this one after just a year — and asking for $6 million more than he paid for it. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom oceanfront home has a dry sauna, a pool, an outdoor kitchen with a bar and barbecue, and an attached garage.
The home of the late "Full House" star is going on the market for lots more than it was purchased for in 2003, likely due in part to smart home updates made by the pair shortly after purchase. Saget and his second wife, Kelly Rizzo, bought the home for $2.9 million. In a family-centric twist Saget would likely appreciate, the property is now listed with Saget's own nephew, Adam Saget of Compass. Featuring a dual-sided fireplace, a two-story living room, a swimming pool, a spa, and a guest house, the six-bedroom and seven-bathroom property stretches across 6,600 square feet.
Toluca Lake, California
Funny man Bob Hope once lived the luxe life indeed in this 10-bedroom, 17-bathroom estate that features plenty of indoor-outdoor living space. Hope's original oak library has been preserved, and so has the one-hole golf course he designed. The legendary entertainer's personal office has also been restored, and there's a home theater, gym, sauna, tennis court and saltwater pool.
Jackson bought this Manhattan condo in 1998 for $2.8 million, but she hasn't been inside since 2019, according to The Wall Street Journal — and now she's willing to let it go. The 34th floor three-bedroom is at One Central Park West, which is attached to the Trump International Hotel. Buyers will get access to the hotel's amenities, which include room service from Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s eponymous restaurant. According to a spokesperson at Sotheby's, Jackson is selling because “it’s time for someone else to enjoy it and make new memories."
Now that quarterback Russell Wilson has been traded to the Denver Broncos, it's no surprise he and wife, R&B singer Ciara, are putting their Washington state home up for sale. The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom property is listed for $28 million — a far cry from the $13.4 million the couple initially spent.
The hip-hop star has actually compiled three properties in the celeb-favorite Hidden Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, creating a multi-home estate worth millions. But now Drake is rumored to have set his sights on a Beverly Hills estate worth over $70 million, and is selling this over-the-top spread, the "YOLO Estate," which can be separated or purchased together for a cool $22.2 million. The most expensive of the three homes features 12,500 feet of space, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Behind a hidden door is a 2,000-square-foot master suite with an enormous closet, a soaking tub with a fireplace, and a wet bar. But that's the least of it — there's a pool with waterfalls, an 80-foot rock waterslide, a spa grotto and a swim-up bar; courts for tennis, basketball, and sand volleyball; stables and an equestrian ring; a 25-seat theater; and your very own mechanical bull. YOLO — "you only live once" — indeed.
This six-bedroom, 11-bathroom luxury log cabin is currently the most expensive listing in the state of Indiana — and for good reason. Built on 415 acres of land, the racing legend's nearly 20,000-square-foot house comes with an 8,700-gallon indoor aquarium, a bowling alley, a six-car garage, a golf simulator, and a gym. It also has a two-story waterfall and a trout stream in the entryway, soaring lodgepole pine ceilings, and a huge antler chandelier. Oh, there's also a hunting preserve on the property. (Too big for you? The property is also zoned for a bed and breakfast.)
New Canaan, Connecticut
The Simon & Garfunkel crooner is trying to unload this Connecticut house — and has been dropping the price lower and lower, with the five-bedroom house and three-bedroom guest house on and off the market since 2019. Simon and wife Edie Brickell bought the 32-acre property in 2002 for $16.5 million, then put it back on the market in 2019 for $13.9 million. In 2020 they tried again at $11.9 million, while the current listing is a slight increase. Featuring formal gardens and a pool, the property is also only 45 minutes away from New York City.
Pound Ridge, New York
The 72-year-old "Pretty Woman" star has decided to sell this multi-residence property to move his family (including two toddlers with third wife Alejandra Silva) to a 9,000 square-foot home he recently bought in nearby North Salem for $9.8 million. The main home on the Pound Ridge property is a three-story, eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion, and the buildings around it aren't too shabby, either. There's a six-stall barn, fenced paddocks, and even a private pond with a sandy beach and a shoreline pavilion. If that's not enough to get you outdoors, there's also a swimming pool and full-size soccer pitch.
Musician The Weeknd is ready to say goodbye to his four-bedroom, eight-bathroom condo, which he bought in 2019 — and he stands to make a tidy profit if he gets his asking price. The luxurious unit, which takes up the entire 18th floor, is 7,950 square feet and has a great room with a bar, dining area, two balconies, and an adjacent wine vault. He also has a home gym and an espresso bar. And if you're wondering what The Weeknd will do with his, um, weekends once he moves, he recently bought a 33,000-square-foot mansion in Bel Air for a cool $70 million.
This condo conversion cost Leonardo DiCaprio $10 million in 2014, so this is somewhat of a "bargain" — especially if you're into wellness. Though it looks like your typical swanky New York loft, there is a laundry list of spa-like features including in-duct aromatherapy, Vitamin C-infused showers, a herbarium in the kitchen, a lighting system designed to sync up with your circadian rhythm, and even reflexology flooring designed to help your posture. Because ... apparently that's a thing.
Upper East Side, New York
After Rivers died in 2014, this penthouse apartment was bought by an unnamed member of a Middle Eastern royal family for $28 million. Just five years later, the four-bedroom, five-bathroom property is back on the market with a $10 million bump on the price. For the price, a new owner will get prime views of Central Park and 5,200 square feet of living space, not counting the outdoor terraces.
The rapper and ex-husband of Kim Kardashian is no longer loving Wyoming, it seems. Despite planning to make this quiet city the home base for his company two years ago, he's now putting his massive ranch on the market. Monster Lake Ranch has 3,888 acres and two freshwater lakes for trophy fishing. In addition to a horse facility and livestock corrals, there's a go-cart track. For those who want to stay indoors, there's a commercial kitchen inside the lodge, too.
Sparkill, New York
The star of 1947's "My Wild Irish Rose" and mom of actor Lorenzo Lamas is selling her six bedroom, four bathroom home just 30 miles from Manhattan. The three-story home dates back to 1859 has a swimming pool and three-story barn. While the home takes up just 3,380 square feet. It sits on a massive 7.32-acre lot.
Beverly Hills, California
The Grammy-winning DJ also known as Anton Zaslavski is selling his five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home. The modern house has an outdoor kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a small moat at the entryway. The house has been built around an olive tree, though that may have been replaced, as Zaslavski told Architectural Digest the tree was dying in 2018. The DJ hopes to make a killing on the sale, as he bought the home for $16 million.
Super Bowl champ Clay Matthews, who spent one season on the Los Angeles Rams, is now a free agent, allowing him and HGTV design star (and wife) Casey Noble to sell their Calabasas home and relocate to Nashville. The seven bedroom, 11 bathroom home was built by the couple after their 2015 wedding and features a 15-person movie theater, a wine cellar, a nine-car garage, and a pool.
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