Articles Written by Donna Mitchell
Donna Mitchell is a financial journalist. Before writing about luxury homes for Celebrity Net Worth, she covered the commercial and residential real estate markets for industry publications. She is a native – and lifelong resident – of New Jersey.
David and Yolanda Foster's former five-acre estate sits just one block away from the Pacific Coast Highway, so the two-story, mediterranean style home abounds with lavish elegance, amenities like a massage room, and outdoor parlors to catch unbelievable ocean sunsets.
The sprawling estate, built for Patrick Ewing in 1988, offers a guest house, gym and pool… everything associated with the sweet life, at a relatively reasonable $5.3 million!
Sir Elton John's new property spares no luxury, encompassing 10 bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, including three en suites, and 12 half-bathrooms, a screening room, wine cellar and nine fireplaces!
Whoever buys Tyra Banks' house will get a reinvigorated estate with a modern kitchen, plush master bedroom, and a backyard swimming area that all make entertaining easy.
Full of the grandiosity and elegance one finds in classical Italianate architecture, Britney Spears' estate is the kind of place one might dream up when imagining the life of a superstar – or really just anyone doing very well in life.
Carlos Slim's 25-room mansion has about 11 fireplaces, and almost as many custom chandeliers. One of the sitting rooms has hand-carved panels and custom murals throughout.
Tom Cruise's European villa-styled property is magnificent. Created from dual lots that offer a combined 2.5 acres, the estate includes the main house, which is set atop a lush knoll, a guest house, and features enough luxury amenities to host a retreat.
Johnny Depp put a lot of care, and money, into the dozen buildings that make up the estate, including guest houses, a workshop, and a bistro just down the path from a private chapel.
Donna Scott's listed mansion offers several entertainment spaces, including one with a unique twist on hardwood floors – they are inlaid with vertically-sliced sections of tree trunks, not planks!