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The "East Coast Transitional-style home" may be modest by Hollywood movie star mansion standards, but it still has room for six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms across 4,550 square feet of living space.
It's no secret that celebrities – true celebrities of the Hollywood/music industry variety, make a lot of money. So much so, in fact, that they can afford some amazing real estate. Let's take a look at ten celebrities who own at least $100 million worth of real estate.
Oprah Winfrey has bought almost $90 million worth of real estate on 67 acres in chic and pricey Montecito, California over the last several years, so it's safe to say that her vast holdings are in excess of $200 million.
There are some people who buy a house and live in it for years, if not the rest of their lives. Then there's Ellen DeGeneres and her wife Portia de Rossi. They are what you'd call 'serial house flippers.'
The handsome Cape Cod style house was previously the property of songwriter Emanueal "Eman" Kiriakou, whose name might not be familiar, but who has worked in the past with artists like Selena Gomez and Celine Dion.
Michael Bloomberg will have plenty of room to stretch out at the 4,600-acre property, located in northwest Colorado, but adjacent via about an hour's drive to Aspen.
Jenner will be moving onto property that was not too long ago owned by Miley Cyrus, who sold it about two years back to someone who then had the old house there completely torn down.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Just Paid $43 Million For This Bel-Air Estate (It Had Been Seeking $75 Million)
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The 8,800-square-foot mansion, which sits on 1.2 acres of land in Westlake, Texas, is an impressive piece of property, located in a gated community known as "Vaquero."
Adjacent to the subterranean recording studio and screening room, there's also a wine cellar with tasting room and a "personal concession bar," making this an ideal house for sitting out the coronavirus.
Her efforts to sell the property took a while despite its obvious appeal and the fact that it was once owned by none other than Tom Cruise back in the mid-2000s, albeit not as a primary residence.
That's almost $9 million less than what the Holmby Hills house was listed for, so Jenner got a pretty good deal on the mansion as well, probably thanks to the fact that she knows the buyer.
Pippen purchased the property back in 2000, when it was just an empty lot, shelling out $1.3 million for it and then building a 13,000-square-foot mansion.
The house spreads across more than 5,800 square feet, and one of its most impressive amenities is the Jacuzzi with enough room for ten people at once.
Rosenstein has sold the smaller of his two Hamptons homes to an undisclosed buyer for a price of $37 million – quite a bit less than the $70 million for which he originally asked.