Money Can’t Buy Taste: The Ugliest Celebrity Homes of All Time

Trista - October 17, 2022

Celeb houses are fascinating and give a small glimpse into a life that many people dream of. Looking at the exterior of the houses, they exude a certain stature and respect. However, some celebs can go to absurd extremes and have their house, not as one to dream of owning, but instead as what not to do if you win the lotto. Here are some of the ugliest celebrity homes around. They are not in any order, and not everyone will agree that every house is ugly, but something about each of these celeb houses gave it the honor of making the list. Check out the ugliest celebrity homes of all time.

Architecture Digest

John Travolta’s House — Or Should We Say Airport

This house is in the Jumbolair Aviation Estates in Ocala, Florida. John Travolta is an actor probably most famous for his roles in Grease, Pulp Fiction, and Saturday Night Fever. The weirdest thing about this house is that it has two runways that lead directly to his front door! This house is a mid-century modern-style house consisting of over 7,000 square feet on nine acres.

In it, you will find five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a swimming pool with an indoor cabana, and a 16-car garage because two airplanes at your door are not enough transportation. It also has two kitchens, one primary and the other for lighter snacks. From the kitchen, you can access one of the three dining rooms. The view is also centered around Travolta’s love of flying. Many of the rooms in the house have a view of both aircraft. The planes are parked only 100ft from the house.

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Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is More Like a Theme Park

The Neverland Ranch is in Los Olivos, California. Michael Jackson is best known for his music career as a solo artist — and for performing with his siblings in The Jackson 5. He started his career in music at the age of six. The Neverland Ranch was named after J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan story about a boy that never grew up.

The house is a 12,000-square-foot home with six bedrooms, staff quarters, two guest houses, and a total of 22 structures on the property. The ranch sits on 2,700 acres and includes a small zoo, an impressive amusement park, a train station, a dance studio, and a movie theater that seats 50! Riddled with accusations of molestation, the ranch had a stigma attached to it, and Jackson never lived there after. Since Michael Jackson’s passing, the ranch has reverted to its original name of Sycamore Valley Ranch. How very circus-like for a place called home.

Showbiz Cheat Sheet

Penn Jillette’s Home — “The Slammer”

This home is in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the Mojave Desert. Penn Jillette is best known for his role as one half of the magical duo Penn & Teller, performing magic since 1975! Penn has also appeared in Las Vegas shows, Broadway, and T.V. series like “Dancing with the Stars” and “Celebrity Apprentice.” When Penn first purchased this home, it was a normal A-frame house on 8.6 acres.

Then he renovated and added on to make it a whopping 7,900 square feet! This home has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms with many colors and textures. A 14-seat home theater, including a stage for live shows and a recording studio! This house has many quirky features, including a wall upon entering the home where mugshots can be taken, a bathroom with a scrabble tile floor, the outside color scheme, and a large sculpture in the foyer. The outside includes a lap pool and a goldfish-shaped koi pond, contrasting with the surrounding desert.

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Naomi Campbell and Her Spaceship House

Naomi Campbell is probably best known for her modeling career and as one of the original supermodels. Per Pravda newspaper, this spaceship-style house was created for her by her then-boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin, who planned to present this home to Naomi as a wedding gift. This house is located west of Moscow in Barvikha. This house has been named The Capital Hill Residence.

The house rises 72 feet over the hillside it sits on, with a floating wing sitting 65 feet above the ground, providing a beautiful panoramic view of the surrounding forest. Zaha Hadid stated that the inspiration for this house came from renowned Barcelona architect Antoni Gaudi. This house seems to be a complementary combination of their architectural styles. This house is over 28,000 square feet and has many extravagant features, including an indoor pool, a gym, a Russian bath, a Turkish bath, a Finnish sauna, and a reception hall!

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Katy Perry Owns a Convent

Katy Perry is best known for her vocal talent, with songs like Roar and Firework over six albums. This superstar bought a Los Feliz convent for $14.5 million. The convent was built in 1923, sat on 8.5 acres of property, and has an expansive 30,000 square feet of living space. Encompassed in the home are 15 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, a great room, and a lower lounge with French doors and a spiral staircase.

The home also has a pool that overlooks the city, a tower, a prayer house, and parking for 50 cars. Katy Perry was in a legal fight with restaurateur Dana Hollister over the property. Why? Because Perry had made the real estate deal for the home with the archdiocese. Hollister made a deal with Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, who asserted that they had more rights to sell the property than the archdiocese did. Perry won the lawsuit, and Hollister was to pay $6.5 million in damages. It will always be a convent, however.

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Bob Hope’s Spaceship

Overlooking Coachella Valley, sitting on San Jacinto Mountain in Palm Springs, California, is this futuristic home resembling a spaceship. Some even say it looks like a mushroom. This home spanning over 23,000 square feet, was built in 1979 by architect John Lautner. This house once belonged to the legendary Bob Hope, best known for his unparalleled military troop support, actor, entertainer, and comedian.

This house includes ten bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, a well-manicured lawn, a pool, a tennis court, greens, a pond, a waterfall, and an outdoor fireplace. Inside, a boulder protrudes into the living room, a huge round opening in the ceiling that gives beautiful views of the starry night sky. A glass wall at the house’s rear looks out over the Coachella Valley. The roof is all copper, and the slope of the roof pays homage to the mountains surrounding it.

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Tom Ford’s Movie Set Ranch

Tom Ford, who is best known as an iconic fashion designer, originally bought this Santa Fe ranch, Cerro Pelon Ranch, for $75 million. The house was designed by Tadao Ando, who designed the Ground Zero Project at Memorial Park and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas. The ranch stretches over 20,000 acres, making it one of the largest properties in that area, corralling part of the Galisteo river in its expanse.

This property also contains an airstrip, indoor and outdoor equestrian facilities, and the western movie town set made in 1985 for the movie Silverado. This western movie set was also used in All the Pretty Horses, Wild, Wild West, and Thor. Outside the principal residence sits a reflecting pool and an eight-horse barn with indoor and outdoor riding rings. These buildings were made to look like an extension of the main house. Also located on the massive property are two guesthouses and separate housing for staff.

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Jordan McGraw’s Tim Burton House

Jordan McGraw is most famous for being a rocker with the group Hundred Handed. He is formerly of Bush, Bullet for My Valentine, Halestorm, and Flyleaf. And, of course, he is the son of the talk show host, Dr. Phil. In Los Angeles, on the outskirts of the Hollywood Hills, this once Mediterranean-style villa has now become a tribute to American Filmmaker Tim Burton. He has popular movies like Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, A Nightmare Before Christmas, and many more.

At the front entrance to the house sits a large water fountain shaped like a serpent at the beginning of A Nightmare Before Christmas. The entryway and the ceiling are modeled after the rabbit hole Alice In Wonderland crawls through. The kitchen is decked out in all black with color-changing lights surrounding the cabinets. The reception area holds a large, bejeweled bar. There is also a pool table, three pinball machines, a swimming pool with floating mini golf, a grand piano, and a few pets. An in-house studio for the musicians to record in and a collection of electric guitars lined one wall.


Naomi Campbell and Her Eye of Horus House

Supermodel Naomi Campbell makes our list again with another gift from her boyfriend, Vlad Doronin. This eco-friendly home is shaped like the Egyptian Eye of Horus (the Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power, and good health). It is located on the Turkey Gulf of Gokova on the island of Playa de Cleopatra. This home overlooks the Indian Ocean and is full of natural light and warm tones. The home has a wall surrounding the house to comprise the outline of the eye.

There is also a boardwalk that makes up the brow. Luis de Garrido designed the house to be a sustainable home for water, energy, and food. The pupil of the eye consists of a 3-story glass and steel dome. There is a geothermal system, glazed glass panels for heat directly from the sun, and a rainwater collection and purification system. The house is surrounded by solar panels that look like an eyeliner under the dome design. The house has 25 bedrooms, five lounges, and an amazing indoor garden on the top floor.

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Dick Clark’s Flintstone-Inspired House

Dick Clark, an American icon in radio, Television, producer, and actor, is best known for hosting American Bandstand for over three decades. He and his wife had a Flintstone-inspired house in Malibu. The house may only have one bedroom and two bathrooms, but it also has a fireplace, an open patio, large windows, a bar, a breakfast area, a dining room, and a wine cellar. The 2,500 square foot house sits on 23 acres with breathtaking views of Serrano Valley, the Boney Mountains, the Channel Islands, and the Pacific Ocean, with a private beach to sit on and enjoy.

Inside, you will find vaulted ceilings and light and bright, not what you would expect from a stone-like cave. Everything inside the house is the color of light stone, all the walls, furniture, and decorations. The interior is made of wood and steel covered in concrete, and the exterior is heavy stucco with innumerable rocks in the mix. To age the outside, the stucco was brushed while still wet.


Kat Von D’s Gothic Mansion

Kat Von D, most famous for her tattoo artistry, appeared on L.A. Ink and her makeup line KVD. The Victorian home was built by Isaac Newton Van Nuys in 1896 and appeared in the film “Cheaper by the Dozen” in 2003. This 3-story home sits on a 27,000-square-foot gated lot and is 12,565 square feet of living space. The home contains 11 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. The rooms are regally decorated with dark wood paneling, marble fireplaces, chandeliers, velvet, linenfold paneling, stained glass, textured ceilings, golden accents, copper bathtub, wallpaper that gives the illusion of a forest, and red, black, and gold décor.

Outside, the red brick house is surrounded by a gate and green topiaries with gold leaves detailing the gate. There is a carriage house that sits next to a blood-red pool. It’s not the water. It is because the inside of the pool is red instead of blue. These giant hedges hide these. All around the house, you will find a wide variety of plants to help provide privacy. The front of the house has hedges in the shape of a maze that leads to the front door.

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Kylie Jenner’s Fashion Home

Kylie Jenner is most famous for being a young entrepreneur and a reality T.V. star. Entering Kylie Jenner’s house, you will see white walls with pops of color from Hollywood stars’ screen prints by Andy Warhol and multicolored pendant lights. Kylie not only has a massive closet, including one just for all her bags! The lacquer shelves have lighting, mirrored walls, and a chandelier in the closet. Kylie’s love of all things pink can be seen throughout her home. You notice it in the custom dining chairs are different shades of pink from her lipstick collection.

Her daughter’s room is also in pink, with a butterfly mural on one wall. The primary bedroom also has touches of pink, including an all-pink lighting feature. One of the only rooms in Kylie’s house that may not have an abundance of pink is her all-grey living room, where she uses texture for interest rather than color.

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Jackie Gleason’s UFO House

Jackie Gleason, an American comedian, and actor most famous for the show “Honeymooners,” loves outer space hence why he has a UFO-shaped house. There is a main house, and a guest house aptly named the “Mother Ship” and “spaceship,” and it sits on eight acres in Cortlandt Manor, New York. The complex has five bedrooms and six bathrooms within over 7,000 square feet. The Mother Ship has two bedrooms and two baths. It is 50 square feet in diameter and is completely round.

Entering the house, you are in a circular foyer with a private library and sitting in the center is a spiral marble staircase. There is a bar that seats 14, a second bar, an Italian marble fireplace, and a cardroom. The main bedroom has a round bed with a T.V. overhead. The master bath is massive, with a round shower that has ten different shower heads. About a football field away is the Spaceship house which contains a kitchen, fireplace, and bath, all circular.

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Randy Travis and His Chapel House in New Mexico

Randy Travis is an American country music singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor. The ranch envelopes 220 acres in New Mexico, with the total estate comprising over 19,000 square feet. Randy Travis and his wife designed the ranch in the Pueblo Revival style. There is parking for Travis’ tour bus on the ranch, a bowling alley, a shooting range, and a gym. The main house is 8,750 square feet, with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. There is a spacious living room, library, rec room, and a primary suite with a walk-in vault.

The main house also offers ten fireplaces, a fitness area, a chef’s kitchen, a theater, a library, and a home office. Located on the property is also a heated pool, guest house, outdoor kitchen, 3-car garage, and a barn for his horses, cows, and pet buffalo. The views from the property are of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains. Elizabeth Travis decorated the entire ranch with hundreds of crosses.

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Flea’s Retro Pad in Cali

Flea, also known as a founding member and bassist of the band Red Hot Chili Peppers, is from Australia. The compound consists of two houses next to each other and sits on 5.7 acres in La Crescenta, California. The original house built in 1952 was 1,350 square feet with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The second home was added in 2009 and is a one-bed, one-and-a-half-bath house.

The newer house is now used as the main house, with seven sides and a futuristic look, while the original house is more 50’s retro. The two houses are connected via a driveway and have a pavilion. Both houses have many windows to let in the natural light, with the futuristic house having an atrium at the heart of it. The original house still holds onto the mid-century modern design with a stone fireplace, a built-in breakfast nook, and a sound system with a record player. With the two houses being so different, the property is not cohesive.

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Frank Sinatra’s Palm Desert Home

Frank Sinatra most famous American singer and actor lovingly referred to as Ole’ Blue Eyes, was one of the most popular entertainers over three decades and a member of the Rat Pack. The house is an isolated retreat high above the Palm Desert Frank Sinatra purchased in the 1970s. It is secluded, indeed. However, it is still only 20 minutes from local shops and restaurants. He named his hideaway “Villa Maggio” for the character that he won an Oscar for portraying in “From Here to Eternity.”

The property spans 7.5 acres with views of 360 degrees. The main house has five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, the guest house has three bedrooms, and the pool house has one bedroom. If you have a pool house, you must have a pool; not just any pool will do. It must be a resort-like pool. Also located by the pool are a tennis court and a built-in firepit. There are scenic mountain and valley views, parking, and a helipad! The property is very dated and not aesthetically pleasing.

Architectural Digest

John Stamos and His Disney Shrine

John Stamos is a famous American actor most noted for the long-running T.V. show “Full House” as rocker Uncle Jesse and his “Have Mercy!” tagline. Stamos is a huge Disney fan and won the 14 feet Disney D light-up sign on an eBay auction and put it in his backyard. From his backyard, he has panoramic views of L.A. while he can enjoy his pool or pizza oven. The self-proclaimed Disney fan has collected memorabilia from both US Disney parks, displayed in his Disney music room.

Some of his prized pieces in the music room include a gargoyle from the Haunted Mansion. There is a Can-Can dancer from “It’s A Small World.” Plus, you’ll discover an original pirate bust from Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean. One of the actual ride vehicles, Grumpy, is from the former Snow-White attraction. We cannot forget the guitars from his Uncle Jesse persona. In case you were wondering, his wife is just as big of a Disney nerd as he is.

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Prince’s Paisley Park

Prince, The Artist (Formerly Known as Prince), or the symbol, no matter the name, you have heard this famous musician/songwriter’s songs at one point in time, as he is one of the most influential artists of all time. The Paisley Park complex is in Chanhassen, Minnesota. The exterior of the Paisley Park house is all-white aluminum with few windows. It looks like a factory of sorts instead of a house. The Paisley Park sound stage alone is 12,500 square feet of space.

Prince even had an NPG Music Club in the compound where he had his famed After Dark dance party. NPG had velvet sofas, a balcony, a dance floor, and enormous video screens. Paisley Park has a Galaxy Room where Prince would meditate and relax. The true purpose of the round building pictured above is still a mystery. However, speculations range from Prince’s living quarters to a dining area. We may never know its actual purpose.


Alicia Keys and Her Razor-Thin Mansion

Alicia Keys is a famous singer-songwriter that has sold over 65 million records and won 15 Grammys. The Razor house is on the edge of the La Jolla bluffs in Torrey Pines State Park, in Southern California, north of San Diego. The house is called the Razor because it sits close to the edge of the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The house is 10,240 square feet, with floor-to-ceiling windows in almost every room to take advantage of the view. Much of the flooring in the house is Travertine stone.

The home has six bedrooms and six bathrooms with two master suites. The family room has a custom liquor cabinet, a bar, climate controls, and a vast 85″ T.V. In addition to two master suites. There are also two kitchens, the main and the service kitchen. A library also holds a glass and stainless pool table, a movie theater with stadium seating, and an underground garage large enough for four cars. The floor plan is open concept so that the views can be seen anywhere, and the house is decorated in light neutral hues to not distract from the view. Looking out on the ocean, people look in on you and see your every move.

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Lil Wayne’s Miami Mansion

Lil Wayne is a famous American rapper and Grammy winner. The home sits on half an acre and is located on the small 35-acre Allison Island and was built in 2017. The home has 110 feet of water frontage on Biscayne Bay and a three-car garage. The house is over 10,600 square feet and has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The entry is done in mahogany and leads into a great room with 22-foot ceilings and windows that reach just as high.

The central kitchen and the chef’s kitchen have separate living quarters. The home has two family rooms, a movie theater, and a primary suite fit for royalty with separate bathrooms, a walk-in closet, a lounge area, and a terrace. The backyard has a pool, an al fresco dining area, and a cabana. A shark lagoon surrounds the glass elevator to the main suite and a rooftop skatepark.

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Nicolas Cage and His Haunted House

Nicolas Cage is an American actor. He likes disturbing and horrifying artifacts. This actor once owned one of the most haunted homes in America. He owned the New Orleans house of Madame Delphine LaLaurie and her husband, Dr. Louis LaLaurie. Architecturally speaking, the house is incredible. However, few people wish to own it because of the sordid history attached to it. The house was constructed in 1832 and was, at the time, one of the most awe-inspiring homes in the French Quarter.

The story of Madame LaLaurie is that she was cruel and abhorrent to the people the enslaved. In April of 1834, a fire broke out in the mansion, and firefighters discovered seven mutilated enslaved people after the fire. After The New Orleans Bee, the French-language newspaper broke the story, over 4,000 people gathered at the Cabildo, the city hall, the mansion was pillaged, and the remaining house was destroyed. The LaLauries escaped to France, but it is rumored that upon Madame LaLaurie’s death, she was brought back to New Orleans and buried in the St. Louis Cemetery.

Lady Gaga’s Laurel Canyon Complex

Lady Gaga, an American singer, songwriter, and actress, is notably known for her outrageous fashion choices and singing. Gaga purchased Frank Zappa’s former house in Los Angeles’ Laurel Canyon. The house is a Tudor-style home built in 1939 on half an acre with 7,000 square feet of living space. There are also two guest houses on the property and an apartment for staff. Gaga plans to use Zappa’s recording studio, dubbed the Utility Muffin Research Kitchen, for an album.

The house has several small reading nooks throughout the house. Outside there is a pool and a rooftop tennis court. The house is different because porthole windows and salvaged submarine doors are set into the home’s exterior. There is a dragon mural in the dining room, a library, and a massage room, and the main suite has a vaulted ceiling.

Architectural Digest

Diane Keaton’s Dim Dwelling

Diane Keaton is an Oscar-winning American actress and director. She purchased this adobe estate in the Barrio Viejo neighborhood of Tucson, Arizona, in 2018 from the previous owners’ writer, Kathe Lison, and her husband, Chris Cokinos. This celeb house house is very unassuming and somewhat commercial looking, and you would not think a critically acclaimed actress would call this home.

The house was built in the 1880s, sits on 1/3 of an acre, and spans 4,572 square feet with four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a separate guesthouse with an additional four bedrooms. The house has charming sitting rooms, a library, and décor influenced by the desert encircling it. Inside, the house has exposed mud plaster or adobe walls and wide-plank flooring, walls textured with brick, straw, and mud, and exposed beams on the ceiling. Outside there is also a swimming pool Keaton added during the renovation.

Rhianna’s Hollywood Hills Home Is ‘The Fortress’

Rhianna is a Grammy-winning pop diva singing sensation from Barbados known worldwide. Rhianna is renting the $7 million house, The Fortress, for $60,000 a month! The foundation of the Fortress is comprised of steel and concrete, alluding to its name. The home is on Sunset Plaza Drive in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles. Sitting on half an acre, the 10,000-square-foot home has soaring 40-foot ceilings in the foyer. There is a billiard room with a D.J. booth and professional light and sound system.

The home has eight bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, a sauna, a screening room, and a 2-bed guest house. In addition to the lap pool and 12-person jacuzzi outside, there is a serenity garden and koi pond. The luxury touches, high-end furnishings, and lush garden cannot take away from the cold concrete interior that resembles a prison. The whole home has a very industrial feel to it.

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Mr. Chow’s Museum-Like Mansion

Mr. Chow is the famed founder of the Mr. Chow chain of Chinese restaurants. The mega mansion is located on Mapleton Drive in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. It is 30,000 square feet and looks like a museum on the inside. The mansion is like a museum because it was constructed to house Mr. Chow’s art collection and was fashioned after the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, Spain.

The home contains nine bedrooms, ten bathrooms, hand-carved wood doors in the chef’s kiss kitchen, a library with wood slabs lining the walls, 400-year-old Moorish columns, 16th & 17th century Florentine carved ceilings, and a rooftop terrace. The standalone 3-story guest house also has a rooftop terrace, a massive 40-seat screening room, a billiards/ piano room, and an outdoor swimming pool. The outside of the house looks warm and inviting. However, the inside looks cold and sterile, apart from the library pictured above, which does not portray warmth either.

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Gwen Stefani’s Beverly Hills Mansion

Gwen Stefani is an American singer-songwriter, fashion designer, and actress. Her mansion is just as unique on the inside as she is. Stefani purchased the home in 2006 with her then-husband, Gavin Rossdale. The two-house property sits on two acres of land. The total living space is 15,018 square feet. The driveway is gated and 250 feet long and leads to the main house.

The main house has seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and large living spaces, and some rooms are decorated with abnormal patterns of stone and marble. The primary suite has two separate bathrooms and dressing areas. The second structure on the property holds a 1,500 square feet gym, a massage area, and a sauna. Outside is an infinity pool, a lighted tennis court, a bar, a playground, and a chicken coop. The kitchen is pictured above, remodeled in black and white stripes. The black and white stripes also progress into the dining room.

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Tim Burton’s London Home

Tim burton is a famous American filmmaker and artist who made films like Beetlejuice, Nightmare Before Christmas, and Dark Shadows. The house was named Eglon House, located in the gated community of Primrose Hill in London. The property consists of two interconnected buildings that sit opposite one another, separated by a private courtyard, giving 13,154 square feet of living space. The buildings have an elevator, an underground level, and staircases connecting the house’s east and west wings.

The house has five bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows comprised of glass blocks, a movie theater, and a central courtyard. The ceilings throughout the house are very industrial, with exposed conduit, heating and air conditioning ducts, and metal pipes holding light fixtures in place. Originally the house was used as horse stables for people occupying the high-caliber houses surrounding it.

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Donald Trump’s New York Penthouse

Donald Trump is an American politician, media personality, and businessman that served as the 45th president of the United States. Trump’s penthouse mansion is in Trump Tower on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, New York. From looking at the above picture, his decorating style is garish. The Trump’s penthouse occupies the top three floors of the tower.

The apartment is decorated in marble and 24K gold and was designed by Angelo Donghia in the Louis XIV style. The ceilings are painted with scenes from Greek myths. In the breakfast room, cups are gold-rimmed and sit on a gold platter. The sitting room has a fountain and $15,000 coffee table books. The furniture and décor are placed symmetrically in the room. Forbes staff writer Chase Peterson-Whithorn uncovered that the apartment is only 10,996 square feet of living space, not the 33,000 Trump had claimed.

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Paris Hilton’s Doggie Palace

Paris Hilton is the heiress of Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton Hotels chain. She is a world-renown model, entrepreneur, singer, actor, producer, T.V. personality, and socialite. Her house is in the gated Mulholland Estates in Sherman Oaks and sits on a half-acre parcel of land. The house has 7,500 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a pool outdoors. However, her house is not as impressive as the one she had built for her dogs!

The 2-story doggie mansion is 300 square feet, has air conditioning, has heat, and includes designer furniture and a chandelier. It is done in an Italian style that Faye Resnick decorated with a tile roof, wrought iron railings, and an upper balcony. Inside is painted pink with leather couches and day beds, black crown molding, and a human-sized entry door. The cost? Only $325,000!


Christina Aguilera’s Interesting Style

Christina Aguilera is a pop princess getting her start as a Mouseketeer when she was young. She purchased this house from the Osbornes after their reality T.V. series ended. The house is in Beverly Hills, a Mediterranean-style mansion decorated with a mix of Gothic, burlesque, and contemporary styles. It has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, a game room, a movie room, a salon area, massive walk-in closets, and a room dedicated to wrapping gifts.

Outside is the pool, water slide, and grotto. There is a guest house that has a recording studio. In the foyer, there is a lipstick red chandelier, most of the house is in different shades of pink, and black accents are everywhere. Everything in the house is gaudy, ornate bathrooms containing chandeliers and cheetah carpeting in her massive closet/ dressing room. The game room even has a chandelier. The outside hue of the house even resembles pink.


Michael Jordan’s Chicago Mansion

Famous Chicago Bulls Basketball player #23, Michael Jordan, was part of one of the best basketball teams. The house is in Highland Park, Illinois, and sits on seven vast acres to hold 56,000 square feet of living space. There are nine bedrooms and 19 bathrooms. The entrance gates have the #23 attached to them, so you know who owns this house. The house was built to Jordan’s specific tastes.

Outside is a tennis court, an infinity pool with a grass island in the center, a massive patio, and a putting green. He has a set of doors in his house from the original playboy mansion in Chicago that opens into his game room. At the heart of the home is not the kitchen or family room but a full basketball court with Jordan’s name on each end and his logo at the center. He has been trying to sell this house for ten years.

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Richard Franklin’s House of Sin

The House of Sin is more famous than its owner, Richard Franklin. Franklin is a photographer who photographed over 600 models and many celebrities in his abode. It is on Sunset Plaza Drive in the Hollywood Hills, a short ride to the famous Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. He rented out the house to many celebrities including Fabio, Russell Simmons, and Sean “Diddy” Combs. This 8-story house has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 7,500 square feet of living space.

The house is not owned by a famous star but has been host to many stars. The house contains a 2-story nightclub, a game room with casino tables, a media room, a rooftop deck, a grotto with mannequin bodies melded into the wall and ceiling surfaces with the jacuzzi and waterfall, and a home gym. Views from the house are stunning, but it does not rectify the interior space.

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Kim Kardashian Has a Bel Air Mansion Filled With Air

Kim Kardashian is an American social media personality, socialite, and businesswoman, and has her own clothing and beauty lines. This Bel Air Mansion is 9,000 square feet of living space in a 3/4 -acre gated property with a two-story living room, five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a library, elevator, massage room, gourmet kitchen, a spa tub, and a pergola. The home’s interior is astonishingly severe, with all-white stone floors, walls, ceiling, trim, and doors.

A chef’s kitchen has an elongated island, all-white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and open shelving like a restaurant. Kim and Kanye were the house’s designers and were involved in all details. They wanted neutral colors and minimal furniture that was also light neutral colors. Minimalist style does not mean being colorless. The term minimalist is a complete contradiction to the size of the house and their lives. They have three small children, and nothing states one child, let alone three children exist there. It is like they live in a museum.

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Mark Persson’s Beverly Hills House

Mark Persson is the creator of the popular game Minecraft. The home is in the posh Trousdale Estates neighborhood. The total living space is 23 000 square feet, including eight bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. A 54-foot curved glass door opens out onto an infinity pool with fountains. There is a separate vodka and tequila bar in the downstairs lounge area.

There is also an elevator display for his luxury car collection, high-end recliners, and H.D. screens that display the view from upstairs, and there is a candy wall with M&M statues looking over it at the bottom of the stairs. A private screening room has tiered seating and a stocked wine cellar. The kitchen is very white and dark, with nothing in between. The master closets are horrid, and the other walk-in closet is a lighter wood finish but is just as awful.


Mukesh Ambani’s Antilia

Mukesh Ambani is the wealthiest man in India and the sixth richest man globally. Antilia is a 27-story, $2 Billion house for six people in downtown South Mumbai. The skyscraper sits on 48,000 square feet of land, is 550 ft tall, and has over 400,000 square feet of living space. All six lower floors are dedicated to parking and can hold 168 cars. Then the lobby is above the parking and has nine high-speed elevators.

The skyscraper has a helipad on its roof with its own air traffic control facility. There are multiple swimming pools, a theater, a spa, a yoga studio, and four floors of hanging gardens for its eco-friendly status. The most disturbing part of this house is that it is in the most poverty-laden area of India, where more than half of its residents live on $2 per day. Antilia looms over an overcrowded slum.