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Welcome to our collection of the best celebrity homes from around the world.

By location: All celebrity homes | Los Angeles | Beverly Hills | Bel Air | Hollywood Hills | Calabasas | Los Feliz | Holmby Hills | Venice Beach | Brentwood | Malibu | Montecito | Pacific Palisades | Palm Springs | The Hamptons | New York City | Florida | Connecticut | Hawaii | Chicago | Colorado | New Jersey | Las Vegas | Caribbean

Other: Biggest Celebrity Homes | Most Expensive Celebrity Homes | Celebrity Condos & Apartments

Welcome to our celebrity homes page.

This is a super fun section, but it’s also excellent for inspiration given celebs often live in amazing houses, townhomes, apartments (including penthouses) and condos… some are very expensive and some are huge.  If interiors are your thing, check out our collection of celebrity home interiors.

Neighborhoods, Towns, States & Countries

While celebs buy homes all over the world, many of the featured cribs are located in Southern CaliforniaNew York City, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida.  Other hot spots include the Hamptons, ski resorts such as Aspen, Vail, Lake Tahoe and Telluride.

Off course there are specific Southern California neighborhoods and municipalities where many celebs live such as Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Pacific Palisades, Hollywood Hills, Malibu, Holmby Hills, Los Feliz, Venice Beach, Newport Beach, Santa Barbara, La Jolla, Brentwood, Palm Springs and Calabasas to name a few “famous” burbs of the rich and famous.

Types of Celebrities Featured

We feature any person with some level of notoriety including actresses and actors, athletes, business executives, directors, models, musicians, singers, TV personalities and writers.

As you can see, these expensive luxury homes, many of which are way above average square feet in size and sit on at least an acre (usually several acres) are located in California.

Our celebrity pad articles showcase photos of the exterior, interiors and grounds.  Interiors include photos of celebrity kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms bathrooms, garages plus those fun rooms most of us don’t have such as wine cellars, home theaters, wet bars, libraries, elaborate home offices, huge foyers, guest houses, home gyms with spa features such as a sauna, hot tub, steam room, elevator and game rooms.

Outside, these estates (often gated) feature infinity pools, beautifully manicured gardens, large hedges, expansive decks and patios, outdoor kitchens, basketball and tennis courts, a private beach and/or incredible views.

Some of these houses are as they were when built while others have undergone extensive renovations.

How much do celebrity houses cost?

The range in celebrity home prices is huge as you can see from the chart. Some celebs spend a few hundred thousand (this is the very, very low end of the range) while others spend $50 million or more. The most common price range that celebrities spend on real estate is in the $5 million to $10 million price range.

Celebrity Houses Price Chart

Celebrity homes price chart

What types of celebrities are profiled?​

We take a broad view of who a celebrity is. Our featured houses include movie stars (actors and actresses), models, musicians, singers, rock stars, athletes, novelists, writers, TV personalities, comedians, directors, and business executives.

Where do celebrities live?

Celebrities buy houses and real estate all over the world but the lion’s share featured here are in southern California. However, we feature celebrity homes in the Hamptons, San Francisco, New York City, Florida (Palm Beach, Jupiter Island and other tony suburbs), Colorado, Washington State and elsewhere.

Which neighborhoods do celebrities live in around Los Angeles, CA?

Popular celebrity neighborhoods in SoCal include Beverly Hills, Malibu, Hollywood Hills, Bel Air, Calabasas, Sherman Oaks, Brentwood, Los Angeles, Los Feliz, Venice Beach, Newport Beach, Palm Springs, Holmby Hills and Pacific Palisades.

What types of houses do celebrities live in?

Celebrities buy houses of all types including mansions, estates, villas, castles, beach houses, townhouses, apartments, and condos. Most buy large single-family homes (mansions) but for the many who reside full or part time in New York City, they buy sumptuous apartments (penthouses) and townhouses.

Moreover, some of the houses are modest while others extremely expensive celeb houses. Sizes range from small to huge celebrity homes.

Celebrity House Interiors, Exteriors and the Grounds

Our featured homes include photos of the celebrity houses interiors, exteriors and in most cases, the grounds such as the requisite swimming pool (many have an infinity pool), expansive patios and decks, outdoor kitchens, beautiful gardens and hedges, guest houses, pool cabanas, long driveways, basketball and tennis courts and more.

Which is the best celebrity house?

The nicest celebrity house is a personal opinion. Browse them above and see which is your favorite. My personal favorite, and it’s not an easy choice, is probably Alicia Keys’ “Razor House” in La Jolla, CA. Alicia bought this house for $20.8 million. Built in 2007, it’s waterfront (Pacific Ocean) and is 10,000 square feet.

Can you drive by celebrity homes if they’re in the area?

Yes, you can drive by celebrity houses as long as they reside on public roads. If in a gated community you won’t be able to. Some towns offer “maps of the stars’ houses” like the one pictured here. However, you can’t drive or walk onto their property. That’s trespassing (unless you’re invited of course).

How do you find celebrity homes?

Most articles online showcasing celeb houses do not include their address. Your best bet if in southern California is to buy a map to the stars’ homes.

How big are houses owned by celebrities?

Celebrity house size chart

Like price, homes owned by celebs range a great deal from under 1,000 square feet to more than 30,000 square feet. The most common size falls in the 5,000 sq. ft. to 10,000 sq. ft. Keep in mind that many celebs own apartments which are typically smaller and hence skew down the average house size.

Related: What is a mansion? An in-depth analysis.