While some of the best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017 appear to be tasteful architectural miracles, others look as if someone had eaten a breaking-bad sized pile of money and spewed it back out. Who are the people who buy this places? Let’s find out!
If you ask me, even if it is one of the most beautiful houses in the world, any place that has more than 10 bathrooms also comes with an incredibly hollow feeling to it. I don’t mean to judge (I’m lying, I totally mean to judge), but why does anyone on the earth need so many WCs? I can’t really picture Margot Robbie going “Ok, today I will take a shit in the 3rd floor toilet; it’s just my favorite toilet!”
Of course, they all have leftover space for a collection of the most expensive celebrity cars ever, perfect to fit Kim K’s $186,925 Ferrari F430, Paris Hilton’s $285,000 Custom Bentley GT Continental, and even P. Diddy’s $360,000 Maybach, together. Although this is something that supposedly appeals to people, to me, it just looks like they had a big party where everyone died, and now the cars are just lying there waiting to be undone by time. Too dark? Too bad!
Nevertheless, sometimes size does matter. A good example for this would be the Jolie-Pitt clan. If you’ve been collecting misfortune children for as many years as she has, and then on top of that you throw in three of your own, then you’re going to need a lot of space. You will also need a lot of nannies because it must be awfully tiring chasing 6 kids around that $21,000 a month rental – especially now they’ve split up (which is great because now Brad can finally realize I’m the one he truly loves).
And where are these houses? Most of them are located in the USA, mainly in the LA or NYC area. While some you can find just by looking at a Beverly Hills celebrity home map, others have more conspicuous locations to maintain privacy, which is something the glitterati usually favor. A great example is Bill Gates’ home in Medina, Wahington. If you want to know more about it, read our piece on 20 Surprising Facts About Bill Gates’ House: Address, Technology, Taxes. Even though not pricey enough to be featured here, there are, however, quite a number of most expensive celebrity homes in India thanks to Bollywood’s exponential growth. By means of example, Mukesh Ambani is the owner of “Antilia”, a 27-storey-house priced in 2000M Dollars (not on the market)
Since prices and ownership vary in time, it is not surprising that this article about best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017 is quite different from our 10 most expensive and biggest celebrity homes in 2015. Here, I shall list the houses according to their price, and the best way to know how much one of this unusual homes are supposed to be worth is when they’re in the process of switching hands. And where does this celebrity real estate information come from? That would be The NY Post, Zillow, Page Six, and Daily Mail.
All the houses featured here were either bought or put on the market in the year 2017, although I also took into account those that were listed in previous years but remain for sale until the date.
So, if you’re thinking of making a MAJOR investment, or you want to know what the best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017 owned by celebrities are, don’t hesitate on clicking next!
It seems like “The Hills” has landed him a hidden home in the Hidden Hills because now one of the biggest, most expensive celebrity homes in the world belongs to The Weeknd.
I could congratulate him on his 2.94-acre property with a 13,391 square feet mansion with nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms, but I won’t. I saw him play live last year, and he was just a big-fat-playbacking-disappointment. Boo you, man.
It looks like Tay-Tay is saying bye-bye to her 5,400-square-foot West Village hideaway. I guess five bedrooms, one indoor pool, a fireplace, an outdoor patio next to the master suite, and a private art gallery just weren’t enough for the self-declared queen-b*tch of pop. Let’s see what comes next on our list of best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017.
From 1988, until his death in 1995, Rat Pack legend Dean Martin lived in this single-story home, which occupies 10,047-square-foot.
The house was bought in 2014 by developer Patrik Mirahmadi, who remodeled it to suit current standards but was very careful to maintain its old-school charm.
This 4.8-acre estate in next on our list of best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017 and includes a beachfront house with 12 baths and 11 THEMED bedrooms, and it is – very accordingly considering the owner- surrounded by an 8-foot wall.After Irma, however, I seriously doubt this price will hold; I’m not even sure if the property still stands.
It is said the dream of every movie director is to work with Meryl Streep, and I bet they wouldn’t mind living in her former house either.
6,585-square-foot large and five-stories high, this Greenwich Village little mansion holds 5 bedrooms and 8 baths. The master suite, located on the 5th floor is covered by a 25-foot wide skylight, and so is the dressing room. The suite’s bathroom is none the worse, with its 450 square feet and fireplace.
Even though, as reported by Page Six, Giselle and Tom bought a $20M 11th floor apartment in the building this year, Brady seems to have had a change of heart.
It might be superstition, but the Patriots’ No. 12 has decided he’d rather settle on the 12th floor, which is $32M. It has 5 bedrooms, 5 ½ bathrooms and has a 1,900-square-foot terrace.
After doing some remodeling, Lori Loughlin and her husband are selling their 12,000 square feet home, our number ten on the list of best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017. It has, 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. Overlooking the Bel-Air Country Club, this is just one of many properties the couple has bought, fixed-up, and sold.
Following a nasty divorce, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rosedale are finally giving up their 12,000-square-foot estate, where they had lived since 2006. Considering their life together ended because he cheated on her with the nanny it’s understandable that, even though it must be packed with happy family memories, the house now has a bitter taste that won’t wash off.
The 7-bedroom, 11-bath home with city views, as well as mountains previously housed JLo herself.
Originally listed in 72M, Celine Dion’s Jupiter Island estate has finally gone for $38.5, after four years on the market.
The 5.7-acre Jupiter Island estate does not only hold a 5-bedroom main house of approximately 10,000 square-feet, but also the largest seafront in the paradisiac Florida island but also… wait for it… A WATERPARK. That’s right, Celine built herself a waterpark! That’s the spirit!
It seems like Demi finally let go of her Central Park TRIPLEX apartment, originally listed in 2015 for 75 million dollars. A bit excessive if you ask me -or anyone else- but still one of the best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017.
Apart from having 3 floors that account for 1,940 square feet it also has a massive, wrap-around, 1,500-square-foot terrace.
Aside from having belonged to super-milf Demi Moore, “Past residents have included Donna Karan, the late Steve Jobs, Steven Spielberg, Glenn Close, Tiger Woods and Diane Keaton.”
Real estate savvy Ellen DeGeneres is back in business, now selling the 10,500-square-foot home she owns with wife Portia de Rossi, which sits on a 16.88-acre lot.
Inside the Tuscany-reminiscent estate are 6 bedrooms, and several libraries. The place also has 8 bathrooms, and 9 fireplaces, which must be nice in the winter.
It seems like Tommy’s been having a hard time deciding whether or not to sell his $59M, 5,600-square-foot Plaza Hotel penthouse.
The duplex has been listed and pulled out several times in the past years, always changing the price. First listed in 2013, the asking price was that of 80 million dollars, later dropping to 75 million, later to $68.95 million, and then to $58.9. After having no success, it was pulled from the market in April of this year, only to return later on, but with new realtors and for just $50 million dollars.
This 5,417 sqft apartment has 5.5 bathrooms and three bedrooms and was custom designed for Sting in 2007.
The fourth bedroom was used as a home office. The whole place has a 140 feet frontage facing Central Park on two floors, which is more than enough if you ask me.
Counting with a 20,000-square-foot main house, Cher’s 85 million dollars estate in Los Angeles must get lonely in the winter. The place was also owned by Eddie Murphy.
The estate counts with a Moroccan-inspired guest house with four bedrooms, several tennis courts, a barn and five high-end stables. It is what could be called an “equestrian dream house”, given that it also includes two horse rings and many horse trails. Let’s se the top two among the best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017.
Even though it’s far from being as pricey as N°1, fashion designer Max Azria’s 30,000-square-foot mansion is located in Holmby Hills and listed in 88 million dollars.
Surely, a house that holds “17 bedrooms; a home theater; a swimming pool with a bar; a Moroccan-themed pool house; multiple gardens; a home office with a domed, gold-leafed ceiling; a greenhouse; another greenhouse that’s been converted to a gym; and a tennis court”, as reported by Curbed, should be enough for 4 people.
“The Manor”, as it is famously known, was built in 1988 for TV producer Aaron Spelling and Candy, his wife. This $200 million mansion has earned them the number one spot in our best, most expensive, biggest celebrity homes in the world in 2017.
The total estate spreading as far and wide as 4.7 acres, only the 56,000-square-foot house is large enough to hold 123 bedrooms. The mansion, built by television producer Aaron Spelling and Candy Spelling, his wife, is currently owned by Formula One heiress, Petra Ecclestone.