Celebrity Homes That Would Make Your Jaw Drop
Celebrities are everyday people just like you and me. They have families, they go to work, and they like to come home and unwind from a long day. Just like normal people right? The only slight difference is that these celebrities are coming home to properties worth millions of dollars. It must be nice to have a house so big you can even lose your kids! And three closets? I’m sold. Well, at the end of the day we are all the same, they just happen to live in some of the most stunning places in the world.
Kylie Jenner the youngest billionaire as of 2019, with a net worth of $1 billion, has just recently purchased her fourth multi-million dollar home. While I am 22 and struggling to pay my $1,000 rent, Miss Jenner is off buying a $16 million home. Located in Hidden Hills, California this 13200- square foot residence contains 8 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a stunning kitchen, home theatre, and spa/ pool overlooking Los Angeles. And even more, she has lipstick-themed furniture all around the house to reflect her cosmetic line. Her precise detail and decoration are individualized and make it the absolute dream home.
Beyonce And Jay-Z
Beyonce and Jay-Z are two of the most successful and idealized artists of our time. Their combined wealth of 1.35 billion makes them the absolute power couple and it’s only fitting that they have the perfect kingdom. Located in Los Angeles’s Bel-Air neighborhood, their mansion was purchased for $88 billion. With 8 bedrooms, a spa and gym, media room, home for the staff, four swimming pools, a garage that fits 15 cars, that’s just the beginning. They also have patios that add 10,000 square feet to the landscape, and a full-sized basketball court. Of all the properties this duo owns, this is the most exquisite one yet. So when can I move in?!
Now, what would I do if I had $127 billion? I’ll probably never have to know, but Bill Gates sure does! Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is the second-richest man in America, with one of the most extravagant homes. Purchased for $2 million in 1988, the property today is now worth $127 million. It features a high- tech sensory system that monitors and allows guests to have lighting and temperature fit to their preference. It also has a pool with an underwater music system, an enormous library, a trampoline room, and so much more. If you want to check this castle out, go ahead and take a tour for just $35,000!