Ever wanted to live like a celebrity? Now might be your chance — if you have a couple million dollars to spare.
Whether stars go big, like Johnny Depp’s 40-acre horse farm, or aim for more modest properties, like Seth Meyers’ two-bedroom New York City condo, their homes are often full of high-end amenities. Relaxing outdoor spaces, pools with hot tubs, custom kitchens and large master suites are all staples of these abodes.
That isn’t to say these celeb-owned, luxury properties don’t have plenty of plenty of unique features. For example, $1.2 million could buy a Los Angeles home owned by Ellen Pompeo (“Grey’s Anatomy”) with a romantic outdoor bathtub. Makeup artist Bobbi Brown’s Mountain Village, Colorado, vacation home comes complete with a ski locker to take advantage of nearby slopes. It could be yours for $6.25 million.
Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein
“The Little Couple” stars Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein are selling their custom-built, four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom house in Houston for just over $1.2 million. The reality TV stars recently moved to St. Petersburg, Florida, where Arnold now works at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The couple — and their Houston home — were all spared the worst of the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Johnny Depp’s six-bedroom, seven-bathroom farm in Lexington, Kentucky, is on the market for $2.9 million after failing to sell at auction last month. This isn’t the first time Depp has owned the place. He reportedly first bought the property for $950,000 in 1995, sold it for $1 million in 2001 and purchased it back for $2 million in 2005.
Professional makeup artist and cosmetic company founder Bobbi Brown is selling her seven-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom vacation home in Mountain Village, Colorado, for $6.25 million.
The home was last on the market a year ago for $6.5 million. Brown also owns a home with her family in New York City.
This six-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom Los Angeles estate has been home to a host of celebrity tenants since it was built in 1938. It’s officially known as the Eva Gabor Estate, though actors Audrey Hepburn, Mia Farrow and David Niven have all lived there.
Seth Meyers’ two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in New York City’s West Village is on the market for $4.5 million. The “Late Night” host bought the home with his wife in 2013 for just over $3.5 million and has completed several renovation projects in the condo, including a reframed fireplace and updated kitchen.