Ron White's Home: A Blue Collar $3.5M Mansion

By on July 8, 2010 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Every week, Celebrity Net Worth takes you inside the homes of your favorite celebrities, so today we're visiting the house of stand-up comedian Ron White. His $3.59 million mansion in Montecito, CA is a far cry from "blue collar" with his net worth of over $10 Million. Ron White's home includes 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a total of 2,290 square feet! He's also got a big kitchen for cooking up Tater Salad.

The successful comedian from Fritch, Texas, served in the United States Navy, but was always focused on a career in comedy. Throughout the early 2000s, he toured as part of the "Blue Collar Comedy Tour", and then parlayed his stand-up work into guest appearances on such shows as "Kath & Kim" and "Reno 911", and supporting work in such film as "Sex and the City 2" and "Horrible Bosses". He released his own DVD, "Behavioral Problems" in 2009, and launched his own record label in 2010. Now he's put his home in Montecito, California up for sale. It's 2014 and with a new marriage and a successful career, he may be in the mood to trade up.

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In addition to the aforementioned 3 bedrooms and 3 baths, Ron White's house sits on 3.25 acres of land at the end of a long private drive. Every bedroom looks out on the ocean and the lavish gardens that ring the house. The master bedroom has its own private terrace, which can be accessed through a set of sliding wood doors. The living room features a working fireplace and glass doors to the gardens. There is also a large dining room, and at state-of-the-art kitchen with a massive window over the sink. In addition to the gardens outside, the property also features a covered terrace, and a larger fenced-in area for dogs. The current color scheme is a rather odd pea green color that seems to be an homage to the ocean. Unfortunately, it looks more like pea soup than the ocean. Hopefully, it won't hamper his ability to sell the property. Then again, the fact that he's selling his home for $255,000 less than what he paid for it may trump the odd wall color. No matter what, in the current real estate market, selling his home will be no laughing matter.

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