Do you want an inside look into the mansions of your favorite celebrities? From Steven Spielberg to Oprah Winfrey, these homes are worth millions of dollars and equipped with luxurious comfort and all the modern amenities one could possibly ask for. So, let’s take a sneak peek into the homes of some of the most famous and influential celebrities in the industry:
Johnny Depp’s mansion – which is worth $27 million – is so huge that it could easily house an entire village. Situated in St. Tropez, France, the home comes with 12-bedrooms and 12-baths.
The massive property features more than a dozen different buildings, including a workshop, a café, a chapel, guesthouses, and cottages. Acres of a vegetable garden, olive trees, and fountains surround the mesmerizing stone house with two swimming pools. The home even has a pirate-inspired wine cave! The star purchased the land in 2001 and spent a lot of time, and money, to restore many of the 19th century buildings over the years. Looks like the hard work paid off!
YouTube superstar and pop-culture phenomenon Grace Helbig dropped $915,000 on a 1,300 square foot Northeast Los Angeles bungalow in 2016. The mid-century-style home features 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, a fully renovated kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, an office nook, and a walk-in closet.
The open floor plan offers huge rooms and plenty of entertaining space – including expansive decks with gorgeously lush views. The master suite also boasts 12-foot ceilings with a private patio off the master bath.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Ben Affleck’s former estate, which he initially purchased for $17.55 million, in Los Angeles is said to be worth an estimated $45 million now. The rustic, ranch-style, 5-bedroom, 8-bathroom estate was renovated to have an additional gym, art studio, 2-bedrooms, and 2-baths.
The 3-bath guesthouse that was added to the property is where Affleck stayed during the early stages of he and ex-wife Jennifer Garner’s separation. In 2019, Affleck would sell the home to Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Lavine and wife Behati Prinsloo for $31.95 million. Some additional features to the home include a swimming pool and a basketball court.
Oprah’s Montecito-style home is incredible, to say the least. Situated off the southern coast of Santa Barbara, California, the mansion – set between the ocean and Santa Ynez Mountains – has a Mediterranean feel and was constructed with Neo-Georgian-style architecture. On the inside, there are two theaters, 6-bedrooms, 14-bathrooms, 10-fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen, and a wine cellar.
Outdoor features include a tennis court, pool, guesthouse, man-made lake, and orchards that surround the exotic home. Winfrey purchased the home for $50 million back in 2001 and it’s estimated to be worth a over $100 million now!
Steven Spielberg, one of the most popular producers and directors in film history, purchased this Malibu compound for an estimated $26 million. This craftsman-inspired home features 7-bedrooms, 10-bathrooms, a home theater, formal dining and living rooms, and a 2-bedroom guest house.
Outside, there is a gorgeous courtyard complete with a swimming pool & spa as well as lush gardens. In 2016 it hit the market for $35 million and would eventually sell, at a reduced price, for $26 million to an anonymous buyer later that year.
Suze Orman and her wife Kathy Travis bought this apartment, located on the 12th floor of the world-famous Plaza Hotel in New York City, for $3.6 million. They could have purchased one with views of Central Park, but Suze is quoted saying it wasn’t worth the $3 million more for exactly the same interior layout.
She listed the 1,279 square foot apartment in 2015 for $4.5 million and would eventually sell the place for $4 million the following year. The unit features 1-bedroom, 2 marble-tiled bathrooms, and wood flooring.
Situated on Hollywood Hills, California, Tom Cruise’s former 10,000 square foot, 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom estate sold for $40 million in 2016. The Italian-style, two-story property features plank wood floors, glass walls, a wine cellar, and a breathtaking view of the entire city.
Outdoor amenities include a tennis court, a playground, and lagoon-style pool with its own dedicated spa and waterfall. If you’re ever lucky enough to be a guest of this massive home, and be invited to stay the night, you’ll have two guest houses to choose from. The towering trees around the property also provide complete privacy from all four sides of the home.
World-famous singer, songwriter, and dancer, Shakira owns a modern-style mega-mansion in Miami, Florida. Worth $13 million, the two-story home – that is located on the waterfront – comes with 6-bedrooms and 9-bathrooms.
The mansion features a gym, television viewing room, a main grand room beside a zero edge pool that faces the water, and a private deck. In 2018, the singer enlisted the help of her brother, an established real-estate agent, to place the home on the market for $11.648 million. As of 2019, the tropical property is still up for grabs for the same price.
Tim Gunn’s Upper East Side apartment in Manhattan, purchased in 2009 for $1.5 million, is the epitome of class, as one would expect from Tim Gunn. Full of warm tones, cozy couches, and family heirlooms, Tim’s 2-bedroom home is a love-letter to his life-long obsession with architecture.
The 1,700 square-foot unit is enlarged by his exquisitely styled 500 square-foot European-inspired terrace overlooking Manhattan. The walls within the living room, dining room, and bedroom are all coated with a shade of “Tawney Bisque” by Benjamin Moore, which perfectly compliments and enhances Gunn’s choice of decor.
Tom Brady and his wife Gisele Bundchen are the former owners of a custom-built, 14,000 square-foot French colonial-style mansion in Los Angeles, California. The home has a spa, a lagoon-shaped pool, 8-bedrooms as well as a six-car garage, exposed wood ceilings throughout, and a gorgeous stone fireplace in the living room.
The exterior of the mansion is made from limestone and steel window frames and doors. Inside the kitchen, you will find antique Tunisian marble countertops and tiles. The home also has a fully equipped gym and library. Once construction completed, they sold the home to Dr. Dre. It was listed at $50 million.