Celebrity homes come in all kinds of fabulous shapes, sizes and locations. Celebrities live in mansions, ranches and luxurious penthouse apartments. You'll find hollywood celebrity homes in California, New York, Paris, London and in dozens of exclusive towns worldwide. Here you can find lots of articles that take you inside real celebrity houses. See where all your favorite stars live and look at photos of their lavish mansions!
You can find his brand across the globe, ranging in price from $30 for shoes to $160 for a dress, and now you can add Bebe founder and chairman Manny Mashouf's own home to the 'for sale' section – for the slightly higher price of $40 million.
Add Demi Moore to the list of celebrities seemingly struggling to sell a property. The actress has slashed $16 million off of the price tag to her breathtaking New York City penthouse – but will the price be right for potential buyers?
Want to live like your favorite action hero? It'll cost you $8 million – and that's just for the house! A home famous for its ties to the James Bond movie franchise is off the market just as quickly as it was added to it. The legendary Elrod House, located in Palm Springs, California, is sitting in escrow and about to be sold, according to property listings.
While luxury listings can occasionally be a hassle to both successfully sell and profit from, actor Charlie Sheen has made his second real estate sale of the year in the form a $5.4 million deal – and some extra change to spare.
Basketball superstar turned Hollywood movie star? With news just out that NBA star LeBron James will opt out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers, does the celebrated 6'8″ sports star's most recent West Coast purchase – a $21 million Los Angeles mansion – mean he's trading in hoops for Hollywood?
After being used by the Qatari royal family for over 20 years, a Boing 747 private jumbo jet has been put up for sale. The jet is being sold by Book A Jet, for an estimated $26 million.
Want to live like music icon Michael Jackson? You can, but it will cost you. $9.5 million to be exact. Jackson's former Las Vegas residence — known appropriately as the "Thriller Villa" — has recently popped up on the market, and although Jackson and his family only rented the 1.7-acre wonder from 2007 until his unexpected death in 2009, it's legacy is creating the quite the buzz.
From the White House to the right house for now — the Obamas have picked out their first post-presidential pad, a $5.3 million home in Washington, D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood.
From Calabasas to Hidden Hills, 18-year-old Kylie Jenner won't have trouble "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" in her new $6 million home. Young Jenner's new Scott Robertson Road digs are quite the upgrade from her previous abode.
The world lost a unique talent recently with the passing of Prince. Since he did not have a will, it will likely take some time for the courts to figure out what to do with the massive fortune he had amassed. Included in that fortune is a $12 million estate in Turks and Caicos.
Katy Perry could soon be a California convent girl. A Los Angeles judge recently announced she would block an effort by nuns to sell their Los Feliz, California convent to a competing buyer, marking a huge legal win in the pop singer's year-long battle to purchase the property.
Tyler Perry just sold his Atlanta mansion for a record-setting price.
John Gutfreund, the legendary and recently departed Wall Street financier known throughout his financial career as the "King of Wall Street," owned a sprawling Central Park East duplex "apartment" on New York's iconic Fifth Avenue for decades, and following his recent death it's now up for grabs.