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The Most Expensive Celeb Homes on the Market

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Rooney Mara's House in Los Feliz Oaks, CA
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Celebrity real estate is a world unto itself, one of seven- to eight-figure homes that are either actual homes to the stars or investment opportunities that appreciate with time. While not every celebrity-owned property is guaranteed to have had a famous person sleep in it, some of these listings hold enough celebrity cachet to offer a glimpse into their lives. These are some of the more lavish homes of the rich and famous on the market — but even the more modest homes on this list tend to be famous in their own right.


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Gloria Gaynor’s New Jersey Mansion
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Gloria Gaynor: $1.3 Million

Green Brook Township, New Jersey

The "I Will Survive" singer is selling her five-bedroom, six-bathroom home, which she bought for $888,888 in 1999. The latest price tag and the red-hot housing market nationwide might move the property, which she's been trying to sell off and on for two years at prices as high as $1.5 million and as low as $1.2 million. If a buyer comes forward, they'll get a wet bar, pool table, gym, and home theater.


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Gus Kenworthy Home
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Gus Kenworthy: $2.3 Million

West Hollywood, California

The two-time Olympic (and silver-medal-winning) freestyle skier stands to make a profit on the penthouse he bought almost three years ago for $1.6 million. The three-bedroom, two-story home is made for outdoor living — there's an outdoor kitchen and grill as well as a fire pit and lots of seating.


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Awkwafina's West Hollywood Townhome
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Awkwafina: $2.4 Million

West Hollywood, California

Since the "Crazy Rich Asians" star upgraded to a Bel-Air home in April for $3.5 million, it's time to unload this "starter" (by star standards) home in West Hollywood. The three bedroom, 4 bathroom town house has dark hardwood floors and a fireplace, as well as two upstairs bedrooms with their own private balconies. As a bonus, there's a guest apartment with a separate entrance. A rooftop deck also has a spa and impressive views. 

Carmen Electra House
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Carmen Electra: $2.8 Million

Hollywood Hills, California

The "Baywatch" star and singer has put her five-bedroom, five-bath two-story home on the market five years after she bought it for $2.1 million. Electra hasn't made a lot of changes, but the glass wine cellar next to the dining room is one of them — it's now a "shoe museum" stuffed with stilettos instead of cabernet.


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Margot Robbie House
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Margot Robbie: $3.5 Million

Hancock Park, California

The "Suicide Squad" star is offloading the Hancock Park home she bought in 2017. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home has marble accents, European oak floors, an indoor-outdoor living room, an office, a media room, and a step-down family room complete with a swing. Robbie has priced the house at $750,000 more than she paid for it.


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Maura Tierney Venice House
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Nathan Lane Tribeca Condo
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Nathan Lane: $4.65 Million

Manhattan, New York

Broadway, film, and television star Nathan Lane has listed his two bedroom, three bathroom, three story Tribeca condo for $4.65 million. The 2,700 square-foot home has 15-foot ceilings on the main floor as well as a fireplace, kitchen, office area and entertainment alcove. Upstairs, a main suite is connected to a bathroom with a steam shower. 


Robert Redford Ranch
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Robert Redford: $4.9 Million

Sundance, Utah

The star of "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and Oscar-winning creator of the Sundance Festival isn't above offering fans a real estate steal. The 30-acre ranch is surrounded by mountain views and comes with a small farmhouse, a wood shop, a garden hobby house, three barns, and horse stalls. 

Arlene Dahl New York House
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Arlene Dahl: $5 Million

Sparkill, New York

The star of 1947's "My Wild Irish Rose" and mom of actor Lorenzo Lamas is selling her six bedroom, four bathroom home just 30 miles from Manhattan. The three-story home dates back to 1859 has a swimming pool and three-story barn. While the home takes up just 3,380 square feet. It sits on a massive 7.32-acre lot.

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan House
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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan: $6 Million

Beverly Hills, California

"Magic Mike" star Channing Tatum and dancer Jenna Dewan divorced three years ago, but they're just now putting their shared home on the market. They're not trying to make a profit given the asking price, which is exactly what Tatum paid for the house in 2015. The six-bedroom, six-bathroom home has a swimming pool, a spa, and plenty of outdoor space for entertaining.

Home of Bing Crosby, Toluca Lake
Home of Bing Crosby, Toluca Lake by Boston Public Library (CC BY)

Meghan Trainor: $6 Million

Toluca Lake, California

The pop star and new mom just bought another place in Encino for $6.6 million last year, so it's no shock she's hoping to unload her old digs. The Grammy winner paid $4.9 million for the house in 2016, which was once Bing Crosby's carriage house and owned by Meghan Fox and Brian Austin Green before their divorce. The property now has two detached guest houses, one a gym and one a recording studio.


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Serena Williams Beverly Hills Mansion
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Serena Williams: $7.5 Million

Beverly Hills, California

The tennis superstar is selling this three-story mansion, with its five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and three fireplaces, at a list price that would net her a profit: Williams bought the home three and a half years ago for $6.7 million. The home is almost 6,000 square feet, but, alas, no tennis court.


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Steve McQueen Malibu House
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Steve McQueen: $12.2 Million

Malibu, California

It's been a long time since Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw holed up in this beachfront property, but if you want to walk in their footsteps it's possible — if you have $12.2 million. The five-bedroom, multistory home is steps from the Pacific and has a great room with a fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and (thanks to a recent remodel) updated bathrooms and a chef's kitchen.


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Erika Jayne Pasadena Mansion
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Erika Jayne: $13 Million

Pasadena, California

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star doesn't really live in Beverly Hills, though she's also leaving Pasadena. She's divorcing 81-year-old husband Thomas Girardi (who faces charges for embezzlement and has had his law license revoked) and hopes to sell the four-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion, since she's already moved to a much smaller bungalow in the Hancock Park neighborhood — just 20% of the size of her old digs.


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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner Encino Mansion
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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner: $16.75 Million

Encino, California

Since the married stars of "Game of Thrones" and "Camp Rock" recently welcomed a baby, they've decided that their nine bedroom, 11 bathroom abode isn't fitting the bill. The 15,000 square-foot home has an updated kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, a wine cellar, gym, office, aquarium, putting green, and a humidor. There's also a wood-paneled bar and a hidden DJ turntable and fog machine for when a new owner wants to get the party started. They also hope to sell the home for far more than the 2019 price they bought it for, which was $14.1 million.


Helen Mirren and Taylor Hackford Hollywood Hills House
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Helen Mirren and Taylor Hackford: $18.5 Million

Hollywood, California

The Oscar-winning actress and her director husband have lived here since the 1980s, but they're now considering letting go of the stately six-bedroom Hollywood home which has plenty going for it, including a wood-paneled library, a bar, a swimming pool, and a three-bedroom guesthouse. Now that the couple spends more time in Lake Tahoe, they're also open to saying goodbye to this home, even if only temporarily, for those willing to rent it for $45,000 a month.

LeBron James Brentwood Mansion
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LeBron James: $20.5 Million

Brentwood, California 

The Lakers star hasn't lived in this house for years, which may be why he's willing to sell at a loss. He paid $21 million for the home in 2015. The listing may yet bring in more, given the superheated Los Angeles housing market. Six bedrooms, a mudroom, a gym, and an elevator are part of the deal.


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J.J. Abrams Pacific Palisades Mansion
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J.J. Abrams: $22 Million

Pacific Palisades, California

The busy film writer/director/producer bought this home for $14.5 million in 2014 and, thanks to upgrades, hopes to make a tidy profit on this five-bedroom, seven-bath home. Invisible from the street thanks to high hedges, it has five fireplaces, a high-tech security system, a crafts room, a staff or guest suite, and an audio system with in-ceiling speakers.


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David E. Kelley and Michelle Pfeiffer Pacific Palisades Mansion
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David E. Kelley and Michelle Pfeiffer: $25 Million

Pacific Palisades, California

TV writer/producer David E. Kelley and his wife Michelle Pfeiffer are listing a house they bought less than two years ago for $22.5 million for a sizable potential profit at $25 million. The Mediterranean-style home has a whopping seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, plus a library with a fireplace, an upstairs suite with another fireplace and two bathrooms, and a private patio with views of the Riviera Country Club. There's also a wine cellar (with tasting area), a screening room, a garden, and an infinity swimming pool. 

Sumner Redstone House
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Sumner Redstone: $27.9 Million

Beverly Park, California 

The billionaire who was the head of ViacomCBS (and the center of alleged scamming by much-younger girlfriends) died last year at 97, and his house is on the market. Anyone who has a spare $27.9 million can get a home with an indoor pool, gym, movie theater, library, tennis court, and an infinity pool. The executive bought the house from actor Sylvester Stallone in 2002 for $14.5 million.


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Clay Matthews and Casey Noble Calabasas House
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Clay Matthews and Casey Noble: $30 Million

Calabasas, California

Super Bowl champ Clay Matthews, who spent one season on the Los Angeles Rams, is now a free agent, allowing him and HGTV design star (and wife) Casey Noble to sell their Calabasas home and relocate to Nashville. The seven bedroom, 11 bathroom home was built by the couple after their 2015 wedding and features a 15-person movie theater, a wine cellar, a nine-car garage, and a pool.

Joan Rivers Penthouse
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Joan Rivers: $38 Million

Upper East Side, New York

After Rivers died in 2014, this penthouse apartment was bought by an unnamed member of a Middle Eastern royal family for $28 million. Just five years later, the four-bedroom, five-bathroom property is back on the market with a $10 million bump on the price. For the price, a new owner will get prime views of Central Park and 5,200 square feet of living space, not counting the outdoor terraces.


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Sylvester Stallone Beverly Park Mansion
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Sylvester Stallone: $110 Million

Beverly Park, California

The "Rocky" star has decided to move to his $35.4 million Florida mansion, so he's put his L.A. digs on the market. For the cool $110 price tag you get 21,000 square feet with eight bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. There's also an eight-car garage, art studio, movie theater, gym, and cigar room with an air-filtration system. No word on whether the life-size Rocky Balboa statue in the memorabilia room comes with the place, but for this price you can probably ask for it. 

Seven Seas Yacht
Seven Seas Yacht by Jenni Konrad (CC BY-NC)

Steven Spielberg: $160 Million

While the director of "Jaws" isn't selling a home per se, this massive, 282-foot superyacht is bigger than plenty of landlocked houses. It can travel 5,200 miles between fill-ups thanks to a 77,000-gallon fuel tank and comes with a swimming pool, glass elevator, 17 televisions, a screening room, and a bar set up with Guinness beer on draft. 


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