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The Most Expensive Celeb Homes on the Market

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Celebrity real estate is a world unto itself, one of seven- to eight-figure properties that are either actual homes to the stars or investment opportunities that appreciate with time. While not every celebrity-owned property has hosted the rich and famous, some certainly have, including Richard Gere's just-listed Pound Ridge, New York, digs. These are some of the more lavish homes of the rich and famous recently on the market, but even the more modest homes on this list tend to be famous in their own right.

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Bing Crosby Estate
Realtor / Kristofer Magenheim

Bing Crosby: $4.5 Million

Rancho Mirage, California

The iconic crooner and actor died in 1977, but his home is 21st century trendy thanks to renewed interest in midcentury design. Built in 1957, the one-story, 6,700-square-foot home has a Moroccan theme with glass walls, an outdoor kitchen, and a pool. There's also a billiard room, home theater, and a 1,400-square-foot master suite. When Crosby owned the property, famous guests were said to be frequent visitors — including President John F. Kennedy. In his honor, the guest quarters are now called the JFK Wing.  

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Ben Simmons New Jersey House
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Ben Simmons: $5 Million

Moorestown, New Jersey

It seems like the Philadelphia 76er point guard is shucking his East Coast real-estate holdings in light of recent job instability — he was suspended from playing in the season opener, among other issues. He has already listed his Philly apartment for $3.1 million and recently bought a $17.5 million mansion in Hidden Hills, California. Now his five-bedroom, five-bathroom home in New Jersey is for sale. The largely black-and-white home has a wine wall, dry bar, wet bar, large basement with an aquarium, private game room, dedicated dog area, kids' play area, and, yes, a dedicated candy room.

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Arlene Dahl New York House

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.

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Bethenny Frankel SoHo Apartment
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Bethenny Frankel: $7 Million

New York
"The Real Housewives of New York City" star Frankel bought this 4,000 square-foot condo in 2017 for just $4.2 million, but an extensive remodel followed, including refinished floors, new motorized shades, and central AC. It's currently an extremely roomy two-bedroom, three-bathroom, but there's enough space to jam in four bedrooms if a new owner desires.

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Rihanna Hollywood Home
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Rihanna: $7.3 Million

Hollywood Hills, California

The singer and Fenty Beauty entrepreneur was renting out this Hollywood Hills house, but now seems open to letting go of the six-bedroom, 10-bathroom Mediterranean-style abode. The house has an ensuite bathroom with dual sinks and a soaking tub, as well as a billiards room and a home theater.

Leonardo DiCaprio loft
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Leonardo DiCaprio: $7.5 Million

New York 

This condo conversion cost Leonardo DiCaprio $10 million in 2014, so this is somewhat of a "bargain" — especially if you're into wellness. Though it looks like your typical swanky New York loft, there is a laundry list of spa-like features including in-duct aromatherapy, Vitamin C-infused showers, a herbarium in the kitchen, a lighting system designed to sync up with your circadian rhythm, and even reflexology flooring designed to help your posture. Because ... apparently that's a thing.

Kirk Douglas home
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Kirk Douglas: $7.5 Million

Beverly Hills, California

The late actor's traditional one-story in Beverly Hills has hit the market, and whoever snaps it up will be getting a special home, indeed. The four-bedroom, 4,600-square-foot property has a secluded yard that includes a a garden path made up of stepping stones etched with the autographs of Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Elizabeth Taylor, Ronald Reagan, George Burns, and too many other legends to list. There's also a gourmet kitchen, sparkling pool, and two-story guest house.

Pharrell Williams home
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Pharrell Williams: $10 Million

Hollywood Hills, California

The Grammy winner first listed this property for $11.95 million in May, then cut the price to just under $10 million before taking it off the market. He's trying to sell the 6,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-bathroom home with a separate one-bedroom guest house again for that discounted price. A new owner will be able to enjoy a 70-foot infinity pool, a skate park, an outdoor movie theater, and 360-degree views of the city.

Kanye West Wyoming Ranch

Kanye West: $11 Million

Cody, Wyoming

The rapper and ex-husband of Kim Kardashian is no longer loving Wyoming, it seems. Despite planning to make this quiet city the home base for his company two years ago, he's now putting his massive ranch on the market. Monster Lake Ranch has 3,888 acres and two freshwater lakes for trophy fishing. In addition to a horse facility and livestock corrals, there's a go-cart track. For those who want to stay indoors, there's a commercial kitchen inside the lodge, too. 

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones NY Apartment

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones: $19.5 Million

Central Park West, New York

The Hollywood couple is selling their New York co-op in the top floor of a 1908 building. The original 15 rooms have been reconfigured into nine, but there's still room for a master bedroom with two dressing rooms, an ensuite bathroom, three additional bedrooms, and a wood-paneled library. Other luxuries include the high ceilings, mahogany pocket doors, and twin wood-burning fireplaces. The views of Central Park aren't bad, either. 

Frank Sinatra's Previous Chatsworth House
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Frank Sinatra: $21.5 Million

Chatsworth, California

While Ol' Blue Eyes never owned this midcentury compound, he rented it for years during the 1950s and '60s — and it's easy to see why. The sprawling seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom main house has a guest house (and each building has its own pool), plus there's a long gated driveway to keep fans at bay and 100 parking spots for invited guests. There's a gymnasium, massage and steam rooms, and a sauna, too. If that's not cool enough, the house has been a setting for both "Mad Men" and "Californication."

The Weeknd Westwood Condo
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The Weeknd: $22.5 Million

Westwood, California

Musician The Weeknd is ready to say goodbye to his four-bedroom, eight-bathroom condo, which he bought in 2019 — and he stands to make a tidy profit if he gets his asking price. The luxurious unit, which takes up the entire 18th floor, is 7,950 square feet and has a great room with a bar, dining area, two balconies, and an adjacent wine vault. He also has a home gym and an espresso bar. And if you're wondering what The Weeknd will do with his, um, weekends once he moves, he recently bought a 33,000-square-foot mansion in Bel Air for a cool $70 million.

Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner NYC Apartment

Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner: $23.5 Million

New York City

The model and her husband, younger brother of Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared, recently bought the largest apartment in this building, so the couple is looking to sell this smaller one at a sizable profit (they bought it in 2018 for $18 million). The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home covers two floors and has a private elevator. There is also a home gym and two dressing rooms. 

Zedd's Beverly Hills Mansion
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Zedd: $25 Million

Beverly Hills, California

The Grammy-winning DJ also known as Anton Zaslavski is selling his five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home. The modern house has an outdoor kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a small moat at the entryway. The house has been built around an olive tree, though that may have been replaced, as Zaslavski told Architectural Digest the tree was dying in 2018. The DJ hopes to make a killing on the sale, as he bought the home for $16 million.

Richard Gere New York Property
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Richard Gere: $28 Million

Pound Ridge, New York

The 72-year-old "Pretty Woman" star has decided to sell this multi-residence property

 to move his family (including two toddlers with third wife Alejandra Silva) to a 9,000 square-foot home he recently bought in nearby North Salem for $9.8 million. The main home on the Pound Ridge property is a three-story, eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion, and the buildings around it aren't too shabby, either. There's a six-stall barn, fenced paddocks, and even a private pond with a sandy beach and a shoreline pavilion. If that's not enough to get you outdoors, there's also a swimming pool and full-size soccer pitch.

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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.

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel Hollywood Hills Home
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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel: $35 Million

Hollywood Hills, California

The singer and his wife are hoping to unload their home for plenty more than then-single Timberlake paid for it in 2002, which was just over $8 million. Still, the nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom home is recently renovated, plus it comes with a tennis court, vegetable gardens, a private forest, and two pools that were added after Timberlake bought the property. There's also a home theater and four fireplaces. 

Joan Rivers Penthouse

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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Sugar Ray Leonard Pacific Palisades Mansion
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Sugar Ray Leonard: $46.5 Million

Pacific Palisades, California

The world-title-winning boxer and sportscaster is selling his seven-bedroom, 12-bathroom home on 1.7 acres. With a two-story family room, screening room, solarium, and views of the ocean and mountains, this Italian-style property is magazine-worthy, indeed. It has plenty of other perks, including a tennis court, a guest house, a motor court, and an oval pool.

Ryan Seacrest's Beverly Hills Mansion
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Ryan Seacrest: $74.5 Million

Beverly Hills, California

Ryan Seacrest may have only paid $39 million for this home when he bought it in 2012 from Ellen DeGeneres, but he's hoping his remodel of the property is worth a major payoff. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom main house is 9,000 square feet, comes with two guest houses and a three bedroom home. On the property there's a movie theater, a gym, a spa, an underground garage, and a wood-fired pizza oven, too. 

Jeff Franklin Beverly Hills Home
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'Full House' Producer Jeff Franklin: $85 Million

Beverly Hills, California
While this home sits on the land where the infamous murders of Sharon Tate and four others by the Manson family took place in the 1960s, the palatial estate that's now there was built in the '90s. The nine-bedroom, 18-bathroom home has a movie theater, spa, hair salon, billiard room, wet bar, and shark tank (really). There's also a pool with three waterfalls, two hot tubs, and a water slide. Need to park your car? The subterranean garage holds 16 vehicles.