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Today we’ll cover some of the most expensive celebrity luxury estates. Some of these compounds are listed at record-shattering prices. Each…

Rich and famous people spend their time making money and living in the lap of luxury. Some of these people are living in actual castles and the most coveted neighborhoods in the world. Spending millions to live with exclusive amenities is a drop in the bucket for them. Today we’ll cover some of the most expensive celebrity luxury estates. Some of these compounds are listed at record-shattering prices. Each price here is adjusted for inflation. Let’s take a look at celebrity luxury estates around the globe.

Michael Eisner: $225 Million

Malibu, California

Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner takes the cake with a buying price of $225 million. His 5-acre compound comes down as one of the most expensive home sales in California real-estate history. Built in the 90s, this beachfront property has about 9 buildings on its lot with a total of 25,000 square feet. His compound features an elevator that takes you easily down to the beach. There’s also a movie theater and an underground tunnel that leads you to an outdoor pool. With sixteen bedrooms and twenty-two baths, this Tuscan-inspired home really captures the essence of Italy. See the terra-cotta buildings and Tuscan stone with pristine courtyards and gardens and you can understand how the CEO of Disney is living in the lap of luxury.

Madonna: $26 million

Hidden Hills, California

Purchased from prior owner, The Weeknd, for $19.3 million, the pop star has listed the property for a mere $26 million. The estate features 7 bedrooms and a two-bedroom guesthouse with a full kitchen and barn. With 12,000 square feet, located in a private, gated community, the Material Girl is living it up in a material oasis. With increased LA prices on real estate, any owner will enjoy the theater, music lounge, study area, gym, and dance studio.

Mark Wahlberg: $87.5 Million

Beverly Hills, California

The movie star and prior model bought this 12-bedroom, 20-bathroom estate in 2014 when it was just built. The luxury of the property has a main house and guest house and could easily be lying on a mountain in Europe’s countryside. The main house features seven fireplaces and a library with two stories. There’s also a pool with several waterfalls, a comprehensive sporting court, and a poolside cabana complete with a pavilion for viewing.

Tommy Hilfiger: $50 Million

Aspen, Colorado

Tommy Hilfiger, the noted fashion designer, bought this house for $19 million, a bargain compared to the now $50 million listing price. It’s a 9-bedroom, 7,150-square-foot property. They flipped the house for a $19 million profit. The ski home, with its wood-paneled walls and flooring, is evidence of its luxury.

Trevor Noah: $26.4 Million

Bel-Air, California

“The Daily Show” host sold his Japanese flair home for $26.4 million, $1.1 million less than the original purchase price. The 11,375 square foot home features such high-end amenities as a home gym, spa with a sauna, and a BBQ station on a rooftop lounge. Not to mention gorgeous LA views to catch the sunset and sunrise.

Cindy Crawford: $99.5 Million

Malibu, California

Cindy Crawford lived in a Malibu mansion featuring a very high-end pool. She owned a Mediterranean-inspired home on a 3-acre beach compound. Now it’s back on the market after being in the hands of a retired hedge fund manager. With floor-to-ceiling glass doors, El Sol Beach is in perfect view. The home boasts a master suite with dual spa bathrooms, a separate entrance mother-in-law suite, and a tennis court. A bird habitat lies nearby to help the resident become one with nature.

Eric Trump: $59 Million

Palm Beach, Florida

Eric Trump, the third child and second son of Donald Trump, lived in this 8-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion right on the beach and across from former President Trump’s home, Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida. The property is really meant for Trump fans given it’s $10 million price hike. The house sold for 18.5 million when Eric bought it from Donald Trump’s sister Maryanne in 2018.

Tina Turner: $76 Million

Zurich, Switzerland

After getting her Swiss citizenship, Tina Turner and her German-born husband Erwin Bach decided to build their lives in Zurich. The 5.5 acres of land have beautiful lakefront views and a private access point to the lake. It has 10 different structures scattered among the land.

‘Full House’ Producer Jeff Franklin: $85 Million

Beverly Hills, California

The producer of the iconic family sitcom now lives in a home where murder has occurred. The house where the infamous 1960s murders of Sharon Tate and four others occurred by the hand of Charles Manson is now his $85 million abode. The palace is situated in the hills of Beverly, boasting wide views of Los Angeles. The 9-bedroom, 18-bathroom home features a movie theater, spa, hair salon, billiard room, wet bar, and shark tank. Visitors can also enjoy three waterfalls in a pool, two hot tubs, and a water slide. The underground garage can also hold 16 vehicles for parties and events. The actual house of the murders was demolished in 1994, leaving this new construction of a mansion for Jeff Franklin.

Adele: $58 Million

Beverly Hills, California

Sylvester Stallone put his 8-bedroom, 12-bathroom mansion on the market in 2021, expecting $110 million. Adele counter-offered with a much lower price of $58 million–and got it. The 3.5-acre property in Beverly Hills isn’t the mega pop star’s only home in the area. She has 3 other places she bought. She enjoys a backyard area with dining and lounge areas, a putting green, and an infinity pool. There’s also a screening room, cigar room, and custom bar. She can belt out all the hit singles she wants in this private, secluded home.


The Takeaway

Celebrity homes come equipped with the highest caliber of artisanal amenities, high-end furnishings, experiential rooms, and large acres of space. Whether they’ve flipped it, sold it, or bought it, celebrities still manage to find and live in ultra-luxury from anywhere in the world.

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