Celebrities’ amazing cars, fabulous lovers, and luxurious houses really make us green with envy. Check out those 20 incredibly stunning mansions of some of the big names in the world and the lesser-known facts inside.
A Beautiful Mind director Ron Howard sold his Connecticut mansion for $27.5 million in 2014 after 20 years of ownership. The classic New England estate, covering over 17,200 square feet of living space, has six bedrooms, five full baths, and four partial baths.
Located on Jupiter Island, Florida and built specially for the singer, Celine Dion’s waterpark house is her personal paradise. The property covers 10,000 square feet and has spacious and fancy bedrooms, pools, full ocean views, and other amazing stuff. Living here is like being on a vacation.
You would assume that Tiger Woods is struggling financially after his scandalous divorce and the notorious DUI arrest. But the truth is as one of the top-paid athletes in the world, he managed to get himself a gorgeous mansion worth $60 million in the sunshine state of Florida! Tiger Woods even has his own golf course at home.
John Travolta’s $12-million estate is what you call “luxury and extravagant”. The actor literally has his own personal airport, airplane hangar, golf course, and of course pools. After all, John has a net worth of $160 million, he can totally afford such affluence.
As one of the hottest properties in Hollywood, Lady Gaga’s bank account is being swelled by the minute. The lady sure knows how to live a life in the spotlight, and at the same time, she comes home to Hollywood Hills to enjoy her terrific leisure time. Her house was previously owned by Frank Zappa and boasts a private art gallery, greenhouse, and a rooftop tennis court.
Denel Washington’s striking mansion is located in Beverly Park, Los Angeles and cost the A-list actor $14.6 million. The house features a tennis court, a swimming pool, 8 bedrooms, and 14 bathrooms. Denzel bought it from a former Disney executive.
After captaining the Wheel of Fortune for many years, Pat Sajak has an estimated net worth of $65 million, more than enough for him to have his perfect house. This property in Glendale has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,600 square feet of space. Pat’s former wife Sherrill sold it after they broke up.
Michale Jordan’s house in Chicago was originally listed for $29 million seven years ago and was then put back on the market for only $14.85 million, still without a buyer. There’s a tennis court, an infinity pool, a pond, an enormous patio, to name a few things.
English actress Keira Knightley is killing it on screen and it’s no surprise that she has a beautiful home in the center of Manhattan to spend her off-screen moments. She has 3 bedrooms, 23-foot ceilings, and a 900-square foot patio. The house was sold for $6 million in 2016.
The legendary athlete sold his estate for $24 million after his retirement from the Cowboys in 2000. You won’t be surprised when you know the mansion extends 10,500 square feet and has arched glass doors, a covered patio, four-car garage, and full outdoor basketball court. I mean, Troy got it all!
LeBron James’ eight-bed, 11-bath mansion in Los Angeles is worth $23 million and truly spectacular. Indoor-outdoor gym, a theater room, a showroom-level walk-in closets, wine cellar, a spa, and other amenities. Hey, check me out, I am GREEN.
NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw decided to sell his house in Oklahoma after living there for many years. Once an NFL quarterback, he is now an actor and TV personality, Terry Bradshaw has invested enormous amounts to make his estate a comfortable home. Horses, cows, pigs, and chickens make it a true southern ranch.
The newly retired Patriots player’s 4,781 square-foot home at the Westshore Yacht Club, Tampa Bay was listed for a sale price of about $2.8 million in 2016 because he moved to Massachusetts and bought a new house there. The new mansion has 5 bedrooms, a big swimming pool, and a spacious garage.
Mila Kunis has moved on to enjoy her life in her new home in Santa Barbara with her husband and kids, but her old house in Los Angeles that was sold for nearly $4 million is definitely fancy enough. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, an eight-seat movie theater, an indoor gym, and a massive outdoor area, the 4,900-square-foot house has it all.
What kind of mansion would the richest man in the world live in? Well, use your imagination! A whopping $147.5 million can provide anything you could dream of, like a 66,000-square-foot home with a huge private library and all the most advanced technologies equipped inside and outside of the house.
As the third highest earning player in NBA history, Kobe Bryant got his LA mansion in 2001. The house covers 8,741 square feet and has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a spacious gym, a hair salon, a private home theater, a waterfall, and a one-of-a-kind view of the breathtaking sunset. Kobe sold the house for $6.116 million.
Tom Selleck is a big name in Hollywood, best known for his characters on Magnum, P.I., The Rockford Files, and his guest role in Friends. Tom transformed his 1,800-square-foot apartment into a masculine retreat that totally reflects his personal style. His house is so unique that it has been featured in various architecture and interior style magazines.
Located in Montecito, California, Oprah Winfrey’s new house “The Promised Land” covers about 23,000 square feet, features 6 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, wine cellar, private library, theater, and 10 fireplaces. This TV lady really knows how to spend her money in order to have a bitchen life!
Will Smith got it all in his house, golf course, basketball court, tennis court, and a recording studio for his kids who are fond of music. Rumor has it that this property in Calabasas is for sale for about $42 million. If you are tempted, check your wallet first.
Zetian Zhang, known as the “Milk Tea Sister”, one of China’s youngest female billionaires, and the wife of Richard Liu (Liu Qiangdong, the founder of JD.com), bought the three-story penthouse in 2015. The house spans 6,437 square feet with terrific views over the city’s Harbour Bridge and Sydney Harbour itself. Zetian Zhang eventually sold the pad for A$13.5 million.