Jada and Will Smith's House: A Massive Calabasas Compound

By on February 3, 2014 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

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Jada and Will Smith have been the subject of a spate of rumors over the last year or so.  Whispers of divorce, infidelity, open marriage agreements, and the list goes on, have doggedly followed the pair from press junket to awards ceremony and back again.  Though the pair has repeatedly denied that there is anything more dysfunctional going on than the usual marital ups and downs, the press, and consequently, the public, remain unconvinced.

The pair of actors continues to work constantly, and have nine projects  – count 'em – nine – in the works between 2014 and 2015.  These are separate from the handful of projects they are both producing.  Their busy work schedules keep them apart, of course, which only fuels the rumor mill.  Adding to the "proof" that their relationship is on its way out, is the fact that they keep selling off portions of their large property portfolio.  Most recently, they very quietly listed their massive and beloved Calabasas, California compound.

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Jada and Will Smith's house in Calabasas, California is 25,000 square feet and rests on 150 acres of land.  The home took them seven years to build, so it is more than a bit of a bummer that they are now planning to sell it.  The custom-constructed compound has multiple wings and a massive motor court with an eight-car garage.  Inside Jada and Will Smith's house there is a double height entryway and living room with columns, multiple fireplaces, a formal dining room, and an oak accented kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, and a separate breakfast room.  The house also sports a meditation lounge, a retractable skylight in the main living area, and the recording studio where Willow Smith recorded her first hit, "Whip My Hair".  Outside of Jada and Will Smith's house, there is a man-made lake, a swimming pool designed to look like a lagoon, volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts, and multiple buildings for chilling in when you're not running around playing.  The couple is asking $42 million for their former abode.  Divorce or no, if they get their asking price, they'll be walking away with enough pocket change to buy something equally fabulous, separately or together.

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