Celebrity houses are mesmerizing to us regular folks. Celebrities have more money than most of us can ever dream about, so it is fascinating to see where these people decide to call home. Having no limits on price, location, or style makes for some really interesting house choices. Here are ten celebrity houses in the U.S. along with pictures.
1. Jennifer Aniston
The famous television and movie actress has a $28 million mansion in Bel-Air, California. The house was designed in 1965 by A. Quincy Jones. The house sits on about 8,500 square feet and has amazing panoramic views of downtown Bel-Air and the ocean. The home has four bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a swimming pool, a separate guesthouse, and a private vineyard.
2. Cindy Crawford
The former supermodel has beautiful Malibu beach house that she has lived in since 1998. The home was purchased for nearly $2 million. It has four bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, guesthouses, swimming pool, decks, and an exercise house. Yes that’s right, Cindy Crawford has an entire house dedicated to working out.
3. Halle Berry
Halle Berry’s home in Hollywood Hills is a huge mansion. At over 6,000 square feet, it has a pool, spa, huge backyard, and a guest house. The famous, Academy award winning actress has recently put the house on the market for $15 million. Some speculate she may be trying to sell the home because that is where her fiancé, fellow actor Olivier Martinez, beat her ex-boyfriend, model Gabriel Aubry, to a pulp.
4. Hilton Family Home
The Hiltons are well known for their chain of hotels, as well as for the sometimes wacky actions of some of the younger heiresses. The family owns a mansion in Bel Air that has everything you would expect from the Hiltons. A swimming pool, tennis court, guesthouse, and security guards.
5. Spelling Manor
The former home of Aaron Spelling, famous television producer, is quite amazing. It is the largest home in Los Angeles. Spelling Manor is a chateau-style mansion that consists of 123 rooms, 56,000 square feet, and sits on more than 4.6 acres.
Some of the amenities of Spelling Manor include a bowling alley, gym, screening room, three present-wrapping rooms, four garages, a pool, and a tennis court. The parking lot holds up to 100 vehicles. The sheer size and over the top style of the mansion caused a lot of controversy when it was built. Aaron Spelling died in the mansion in 2006, and the house was sold to a 23-year old heiress for $85 million.
6. Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp recently purchased a sprawling mansion in Nashville. It is rumored that the actor bought the house to live in with his new girlfriend, fellow actress Amber Heard, after his split from longtime partner, French pop star Vanessa Paradis. The mansion is 20,000 square feet, has four bedrooms and nine bathrooms, a wine cellar, in-home bar, outdoor bar and 30 acre backyard.
7. John Travolta
John Travolta’s luxurious Florida mansion is very impressive. It’s no secret that the actor’s favorite hobby is airplanes, and his home certainly reflects that. His home is part house, part airport. He can easily wake up, go outside, and take off on one of his many private planes, since he has access to a runway.
The inside of the home expands on the actor’s obsession with flying. The kitchen is decorated with airplanes, and there is a separate, aviation themed room. There is also a mini control tower inside the house. This is one home that truly reflects the owners’ life and personality.
8. Julia Roberts
Julia Roberts has a very large, beautiful Malibu beach home. She had two adjacent houses demolished in order to build herself a big estate on one of Malibu’s most sought after cliff top sites. One of the coolest thing about Julia’s home is that it has its own private beach.
9. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West
The reality star and rapper, who are expecting their first child together, have recently started the process of purchasing an $11 million home in Bel Air, California. The home is an Italian-style villa that will include a beauty salon, bowling alley, cinema, gym, basketball court, and indoor and outdoor pool. The house is 9,000 square feet and will probably reflect both of the over-the top performers’ personalities.
10. Marilyn Monroe
The home Marilyn Monroe lived in when she died created quite a frenzy when it was put in the market in 2010. Located in Brentwood, California, the house is 2,600 square feet and has three bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, swimming pool, and guesthouse.
The house is understated, a one-story, white stucco hacienda, but was decorated beautifully by the glamorous movie star. Although the home is no longer on the market, it is unclear who currently owns the home.
There is no shortage of interesting, expensive, luxurious celebrity homes. It is understandable that we are drawn to these fascinating people, and are curious about the places they call home. For more famous houses, be sure to visit www.movoto.com.