9 Of The Most Extravagant Celebrity Homes

Rihanna ($12 Million)

The singer summed it up best on her Twitter account: “I literally wake up every morning at 5:30ish and stare at my pool til [sic] the sun comes up! Just waiting! Is this my life.”

50 Cent ($18.5 Million)

Despite blowing an absolute fortune on this gorgeous mansion, 50 Cent (real name: Curtis James Jackson) says he is trying to sell it as he travels far too much to warrant owning such a luxurious home.

Matt Damon ($20 Million)

The Hollywood actor’s home features its own guest house, nine baths, a home theatre and a master bedroom with a private terrace and spa bath. How do celebrities ever manage to get any work done?

Simon Cowell ($25 Million)

Despite being one of the most hated TV personalities, you’ve got to admire this Californian home. The music businessman enjoys his own gym, media room, spa and solarium (yeah, we had to Google it as well).

Hugh Hefner ($50 Million)

Are you ready for this? Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion has the following features: wine cellar, game room, zoo, aviary (even a pet cemetery), tennis courts and a swimming pool area with a waterfall. The mansion has 22 rooms in total.

Oprah Winfrey ($55 Million)

Titled “The Promised Land”, it probably wouldn’t surprise you to learn that America’s most famous television host owns more than just this $55 million mega mansion.

Tiger Woods ($60 Million)

The professional golfer knows how to live. This massive home backs onto private boat docks where his 155-foot yacht is kept. And before you ask, yes the home does have its own golf course.

Bill Gates ($63.2 Million)

While it looks like the world’s most expensive building site, all it says to us is that one of the world’s richest men is simply not satisfied with the size of his home. However, it pales in comparison to…

Petra Ecclestone ($150 Million)

While not a celebrity in the obvious sense, Petra tops our list by the sheer value of her opulent mansion. Just look at these pictures:



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