Top 3 Most Stunning And Luxurious Celebrity Houses In The World
Celebrity homes are always impressive, with their breathtaking architecture, elegant interiors, and beautiful outdoors, not to mention their price tag. According to Hello Magazine, Bill Gates’ ‘Xanadu 2.0’ is the most expensive celebrity home, valued at $125 million. For celebrities, nothing is more important than their homes since it’s the place where they can relax and be themselves. That’s why the rich and famous are always willing to splurge millions of dollars to ensure their living spaces have mind-blowing features like the beautiful houses in movies. Below are some of the most stunning and luxurious celebrity houses in the world.
Drake’s Manor House In Toronto
Drake’s 50,000 square-foot Toronto mansion takes the fantasy of living in a luxe home to a whole new level. Located in Bridle Path, which is known as Canada’s billionaire’s neighborhood, Drake’s home is nothing but pure extravagance. It features an indoor basketball court with a 21 square foot pyramidal skylight, and a 20,000 piece Swarovski crystal chandelier hangs in the mansion’s great room.
Dubbed the Embassy, the palace-like mansion is built of limestone, exotic wood, bronze, and other expensive materials. Inside the mansion, ceilings go as high as 44 feet, and vintage mirrors with bronze frames adorn the walls and ceilings. Other impressive features in Drake’s epic home include a 3,200 square feet bedroom with a whiskey and champagne bar, a black marble bathtub in the bathroom, an indoor pool, a recording studio, and a museum-like hall of sports jerseys.
Jay Z and Beyonce’s Pad In LA
One of the world’s most famous couples, Jay Z and Beyonce, live in a mega-mansion in Bel Air that reportedly costs around $88 million. The Los Angeles pad features everything a modern elite family needs to enjoy a luxury lifestyle. The mansion sits on a two-acre property and features six structures, including a fully equipped spa and wellness center, staff quarters, media room, a 15 car garage, four swimming pools, and a full-sized basketball court.
While the superstar couple is worth more than one billion dollars, they took a home loan worth $53 million to finance their home purchase. A report by the Wall Street Journal reveals that Jay Z and Beyonce’s mortgage payments are approximately $200,000 per month at a fixed interest rate of 3.4%. According to property finance experts, applying for a mortgage now to make a new home purchase is an excellent idea. That’s because the mortgage industry is offering the lowest rates in history. What’s more, mortgage lenders are now accepting digital currencies, making it easier than ever to own a home.
Kylie Jenner’s LA Mansion
In 2020, self-made billionaire Kylie Jenner purchased her new home in LA at $36.5 million. Jenner’s Holmby Hills mansion is the largest in her real estate portfolio and has superb amenities, including an entrance made of 12 feet high stone gates. The 15,350 square-foot property features seven bedrooms, two guest houses, 14 bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, an at-home movie theatre, an outdoor sports court, and a gym. One specific feature that stands out from the rest is the atrium pool built in the middle of the dwelling.
A-lister homes never fail to amaze, with their fascinating architecture, beautiful interiors, and contemporary features. After all, living in gorgeous homes is an integral part of a celeb’s luxury lifestyle. Because of this, they are more than willing to spend millions of dollars on a single property. A few examples of stunning celebrity homes are Drake’s Manor in Toronto, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s LA pad, and Kylie Jenner’s Holmby Hills house.
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