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Unreal Estates

Celebrity real estate is a world unto itself, one of seven- to eight-figure properties that are either homes to the stars or investment opportunities that appreciate with time. 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 stars in their own right, including the Los Angeles mansion listed for $21 million once owned by movie and pop star Madonna.

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Madonna's Hollywood Hills House

Madonna: $21 Million

Los Angeles

Though you might expect a house owned by Madonna to be modern, you might be surprised by the Los Angeles home nestled in the Hollywood Hills once owned by the singer. It's a salute to Mediterranean style and, though ornate, decidedly retro. On the market for $21 million, the 10,513 square-foot mansion has a scandalous history, but not because of Madonna. The home was once used to run a gambling den by mobster Bugsy Siegel in the 1930s. The nine-bedroom, six-bathroom home has Mediterranean-style gates, ceilings, and even water features, plus a sedate pool in the backyard (sorry, no waterfalls).

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Jim Carrey's Los Angeles Home

Jim Carrey: $28.9 Million

Los Angeles

The "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" actor is putting his five-bedroom, nine-bath estate on the market because he's not spending much time there these days, so some lucky buyer will get to enjoy the home's outdoor vegetable garden, large gym, art deco-style movie theater with mohair seating, and a snack area — what the rest of us call the living room couch, but then, we aren't Jim Carrey.

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Zsa Zsa Gabor's Palm Springs House

Zsa Zsa Gabor: $3.8 Million

Palm Springs, California

This bright-pink three-bedroom, five-bath home is perfect for fans of mid-century retro glam style (and lovers of Pepto Bismol pink). Once lived in by Zsa Zsa Gabor following the death of her sister Magda, the home has some of the Gabors' original light fixtures and furniture, plus metallic gold ceilings in the kitchen and pink carpet in the primary bedroom. Plus, there's a front yard pool, an office and seating area, and a make-up room.

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Britney Spears Home

Britney Spears: $12 Million

Calabasas, California

Though the pop singer bought the house just six months ago, she's putting it on the market for a slight increase of just $200,000. The seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom house probably didn't need an upgrade to get it ready for sale — it already has a wine cellar, 10-seat movie theater, wet bar-equipped lounge, gift-wrapping room, 55-foot-long pool, and spa with waterfalls and a waterslide, plus a one-bedroom guesthouse and five-car garage.

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Helen Mirren mansion
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Helen Mirren and Taylor Hackford: $17 Million

Los Angeles

Helen Mirren and Taylor Hackford have relisted their historic Los Angeles mansion, which was built in 1911 and has only seen four different owners, all with ties to Hollywood. The 6.5-acre property boasts a two-story main house along with a three-bedroom guest cottage, a sprawling terrace, a pool surrounded by stunning landscaping, and views of the city skyline from every room. A deal on the estate fell through in September 2021.

Mark Wahlberg mansion

Mark Wahlberg: $80 Million

Beverly Hills, California

After eight months on the market, Wahlberg lopped a sizable $8 million off the asking price for this two-story, 30,500-square-foot mansion, which now is listed for the bargain price of $80 million. The lucky buyer gets 6 acres of land, 12 bedrooms, 20 bathrooms, a home theater, a full gym, a wine and cigar cellar with a tasting/smoking lounge, a five-hole golf course with a driving range, tennis court, grotto pool, skate park, and guest house.

Arte Surfside condo

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner: $18.8 Million


The daughter of former president Donald Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are selling their oceanfront, seven-bedroom Miami condo. The building has only 16 units but offers many amenities, including a sauna, steam room, gym, children's playroom, lounge with catering kitchen, a dedicated yoga studio, and a rooftop tennis court on an adjacent building. There's also a lap pool and meditation pond.

Walt Disney's Wyoming Ranch
Hall and Hall

Walt Disney: $61 Million

Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Looking for some wide open space? A Wyoming ranch formerly owned by Walt Disney definitely has that — it's 5,000 acres and half-an-hour from Yellowstone National Park. It's on the market for $61 million. Though the price seems high, it's a $10 million deduction from the original list price. So, you know, it's really a bargain. In addition to 11,000-foot-high mountains on three sides, the property has a five-bedroom main house with a stone fireplace, as well as two log cabins, a barn with a second-floor office, and a 1,500 square-foot manager's house with three bedrooms.

Kylie Jenner BH home

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott: $21.9 Million

Beverly Hills, California

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star and her on-again, off-again partner and rapper (as well as the father of Jenner's two children) bought the seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom mansion in 2018 for $13.5 million as an investment property and never lived in it together. The 1.1-acre property has a swimming pool, spa, three-car garage, built-in barbecue, and detached guest house.

Carol Burnett Condo

Carol Burnett: $4.2 Million

Los Angeles

The famed comedian known for "The Carol Burnett Show" bought this 13th floor, three-bedroom, three-bath condo in 2002 for $1.26 million. Now, she's putting the place on the market at a nice markup. Situated in the city's Westwood neighborhood, it has just over 2,500 square feet of living space, walnut floors, stone countertops, surround sound speakers, and floor-to-ceiling walls of glass with two verandas.

Lil Wayne Mansion
Maimi MLS / Zillow

Lil Wayne: $30 Million

Miami Beach, Florida

The rapper known as Lil Wayne is putting his seven-bedroom, nine-bath mansion on the market for a whopping $29.5 million — a nice profit after buying it in 2018 for $16.75 million. The mansion, which is located in an exclusive gated community, has a three-car garage, a wine cellar, a movie theater, and a large pool. The kitchen also has separate staff quarters.

Osbourne Mansion
Zillow / The MLS

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne: $18 Million

Los Angeles

The Black Sabbath rocker and his wife have had enough of LA living and are reportedly moving back to the U.K. after 25 years in America. They're listing their main residence, a villa-style manor on one of the most exclusive streets in Hancock Park. The 11,565-square-foot home features six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and elaborate, decadent touches such as a huge closet in the master suite that could double as its own store.

Jonah Hill Home
Zillow / The MLS

Jonah Hill: $15 Million

Malibu, California

Having bought another home across the street for $9 million, the two-time Oscar nominee is unloading this one after just a year — and asking for $6 million more than he paid for it. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom oceanfront home has a dry sauna, a pool, an outdoor kitchen with a bar and barbecue, and an attached garage.

Bob Hope house / The MLS

Bob Hope: $29 Million

Toluca Lake, California 

Funny man Bob Hope once lived the luxe life indeed in this 10-bedroom, 17-bathroom estate that features plenty of indoor-outdoor living space. Hope's original oak library has been preserved, and so has the one-hole golf course he designed. The legendary entertainer's personal office has also been restored, and there's a home theater, gym, sauna, tennis court, and saltwater pool.

Russell Wilson's Mansion / NWMLS

Russell Wilson and Ciara: $28 Million

Bellevue, Washington

Now that quarterback Russell Wilson has been traded to the Denver Broncos, it's no surprise he and wife, R&B singer Ciara, are putting their Washington state home up for sale. The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom property is listed for $28 million — a far cry from the $13.4 million the couple initially spent.  

Tony Stewart mansion

Tony Stewart: $30 Million

Columbus, Indiana

This six-bedroom, 11-bathroom luxury log cabin is currently the most expensive listing in the state of Indiana — and for good reason. Built on 415 acres, the racing legend's nearly 20,000-square-foot house comes with an 8,700-gallon indoor aquarium, a bowling alley, a six-car garage, a golf simulator, and a gym. It also has a two-story waterfall and a trout stream in the entryway, soaring lodgepole pine ceilings, and a huge antler chandelier. Oh, there's also a hunting preserve on the property. (Too big for you? The property is also zoned for a bed-and-breakfast.)

The Weeknd Westwood Condo / The MLS

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. There's also 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.

Arlene Dahl House

Arlene Dahl: $4 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-bath 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 large 7.32-acre lot.

Matthews and Noble House
Zillow / The MLS

Clay Matthews and Casey Noble: $25 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-bath 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.