With the lockdown forcing people to hunker down at home, many are discovering how to make the most of limited space. But for stars like Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, and Drake, having enough room isn't an issue. They're probably more concerned about keeping their infinity pools clean!
Travis Scott's Hilltop Heaven
When you're such a successful rapper that you can host your own festival with tens of thousands of fans and Fortnite turns you into a giant video game character for a virtual concert, you can bet that boatloads of money aren't far behind. Just ask Travis Scott.
The "Astroworld" artist recently dropped a quick $23.5 million CASH on a crib overlooking Los Angeles. There are 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a 75-foot infinity pool and an underground garage that can hold up to 20 cars, including his Bugatti. One of his neighbors is LeBron James, so you could say the 28-year-old is really ballin'!
Kylie Jenner's Perfect Pad
While her sister, Kendall, prefers to stay low-key, Kylie Jenner clearly wants to make as big of a splash as possible with her brand new $36.5 million home in Holmby Hills, California. Across 19,000 square feet, visitors will find four separate houses, 7 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, and a swanky pool.
Described as a "resort-style compound," the home also features both outdoor and indoor movie theaters, numerous bars and game rooms, a gym, and a court for tennis and basketball. As the reported "youngest self-made billionaire" in the world, Kylie is definitely living the good life!
DJ Khaled's Miami Marvel
Though DJ Khaled might be best-known for his catchphrases, like "major key" and "another one," the inspirational mogul has been grinding in the rap game for years. Looking at this $26 million oceanside mansion located in his native Miami, all his hard work seems to be paying off.
Besides being able to enjoy the tropical weather on a daily basis, some of the highlights of this home include a two-level gazebo, an 80-foot-long pool, a beautiful flower garden, and a boat slip. Khaled is the premiere example of speaking success into existence. Like his hit song says, "All I do is win!"
Kendall Jenner's Relaxed Palace
Kendall Jenner seems like she'd be a fun person to quarantine with, especially at her laidback, Spanish-style Beverly Hills home. For a cool $8.55 million, Kendall joined a gated community offering tight privacy and security, as she's had to deal with a burglary and a stalker in recent years. Not to mention thirsty paparazzi!
But she's free from all those issues here. Instead, she gets to enjoy a movie theater, swimming pool, fountain, spa, fire pit, tennis court, as well as a playground for her nieces and nephews. Before Kendall bought the property, Charlie Sheen and his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, were the owners.
Ariana Grande's Airy Oasis
As one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, Ariana Grande had to make sure she lived in a contemporary space matching the hipness of her music. So, she made moves on this 10,000-square-foot oasis above LA's Sunset Strip in June 2020, dropping $13.7 million after bouncing between a few different spots around the area.
What the property lacks in privacy – much of the home is largely made of glass – it makes up for in lavish amenities. In addition to a sleek, spacious kitchen and living room with a gorgeous view, Grande has a gym, a wellness center with a sauna, a huge wine cellar for hundreds of bottles and a home theater. Sign me up!
Scott Disick's Hidden Hills Hangout
No one really knows how Scott Disick got rich, but one thing is for sure: He's not shy about showing off his lavish lifestyle, from flying on private jets to wearing expensive Rolex watches. His multi-million dollar home in the Hidden Hills outside of Los Angeles is another extension of his wealth.
Originally from New York, the 37-year-old Kardashian associate wanted to bring some East Coast style, specifically the easygoing nature of the Hamptons, to Hollywood. His minimalist manor captures this feeling with a custom master bed, French-inspired white furniture and, of course, a polished infinity pool with a view of the city.
Rick Ross' Monster Mansion
With over a decade in the rap game, countless hit songs and his own Maybach Music Group record label, Rick Ross has earned the nickname "The Boss." His multi-million dollar Atlanta mansion, formerly owned by legendary boxer Evander Holyfield, reflects this status. There are 109 different rooms!
Constructed in 1994, the house also includes a movie theater, bowling alley, as well as a huge outdoor pool holding over 350,000 gallons of water. (Rozay probably has a mean cannonball.) If his friends and associates get tired of these amenities, they can always sit down for a meal in the dining room that seats 100 people.
Jennifer Lopez's Jungle Getaway
Though she's still "Jenny From the Block," Jennifer Lopez has come a long way from the streets of New York. Now, she owns several properties across the United States, including this $28 million property in California's affluent town of Bel-Air, which she bought in 2016.
Surrounded by lush trees and landscaping, visitors must feel like they're in a different world when they cross the small wooden bridge leading to J.Lo's front door. Once inside, they'll find multiple rustic rooms, 13 total bathrooms, and this backyard patio highlighted by an infinity pool and an attached hot tub. Ahhh.
Pharrell's Glass Grandeur
Sitting on four acres in Beverly Hills, this grandeur of all-glass architecture is meant to house a superstar. Before Pharrell Williams purchased it in 2018 for $15.6 million, director and actor Tyler Perry was the brief owner. With a quaint pool and mini waterfall, along with plenty of privacy, this home offers nothing short of "resort-style living."
However, some online commenters have claimed that the home looks like an extravagant office building, which may be one of the reasons why Pharrell recently listed the space for sale after only living there for two years. Hey, he's got to do whatever makes him "Happy!"
Tyga's Tasteful Domain
After making waves with club-friendly songs like "Rack City" in the early 2010s, Tyga came dangerously close to losing his relevancy in the music industry. But once he won back fans with "Taste," the 30-year-old rapper was in the mood to celebrate, so he leased a smooth $13 million home in Bel-Air soon after.
For $58,000 per month, Tyga gets access to two acres of land, a 13,000-square-foot home, a 1,200-square-foot guesthouse and a 70-foot swimming pool. Not to mention breathtaking views of the steep Santa Monica Mountains that lie around him. Safe to say that Tyga is officially back.
Kourtney Kardashian's Cali Crib
While her on-again, off-again boyfriend Scott Disick lounges in his Hidden Hills home, Kourtney Kardashian can also chill out at her Tuscan-style abode located in Calabasas, CA. But she still has to be a mother to her three kids, so the decorator made sure the overall design was "sophisticated but family-friendly."
Scooping the space from former NFL player Keyshawn Johnson for close to $7.5 million, Kourtney now resides just around the corner from her sister, Khloe. Though the sisters' homes are very distinct from each other, the one common thread they capture is pride, which was learned from their late dad, Robert.
David Dobrik's Dope Digs
With nearly 18 million YouTube subscribers, David Dobrik has a lot of clout among social media influencers in Los Angeles and beyond. For his growing Rolodex of famous friends, Dobrik has a four-bedroom "party pad" where they can all kick back and play games, like pool, ping-pong, and more.
But the 22-year-old appears to live by the classic saying, "work hard, play hard," as there's also a teched-out studio in his home where he can record and edit videos and podcasts. When he's relaxing, he enjoys looking out over Studio City, a view which he compares to "being in a movie.” Doesn't sound too bad!
Oprah Winfrey's Colorado Cabin
When she's not hanging at her main home worth a whopping $100 million on the "Promised Land" of Montecito, CA, Oprah Winfrey likes to jet away to her snowy ski cabin in Colorado. Situated on 60 acres, this hideout in the mountains offers plenty of attractions, not the least of which is a wine mine. Cheers!
Stretching 56-feet with enough capacity to hold 1,600 bottles, the mine resembles something you'd typically only come across if you were visiting an old town in France or Italy. After a few glasses, the talk show host can then lounge in either her $70,000 bathtub or take a ride on the $150,000 private funicular railway that loops throughout the forest.
Lil Wayne's Florida Fantasy
He's the CEO of Young Money Entertainment, so you know Lil Wayne has to practice what he preaches. That's why he copped this seven-bedroom, ten-bathroom crib near sunny Miami Beach for a smooth $16.75 million. It's designed to feel like it's floating on water with a moat-inspired pond leading up to the front door.
There are barely any doors besides massive sliding ones, as the design of the home is meant to merge the indoors and outdoors. Additional baller features include a pair of 20-foot "living walls" strewn with various species of tropical plants, a cabana pool house, an elevator and a home theater.
Nyjah Huston's Laguna Beach Lair
Not many people can say they're a legend by the time they're in their mid-20s, but not everyone is Nyjah Huston. After turning pro at only 7 years old, Huston has lived up to his potential, emerging as one of the most prolific skateboarders in the world. He's also the face of Nike's Skateboarding brand.
Though he couldn't afford this five-bedroom in Laguna Beach a few years ago, he racked up enough millions to snag the spot. Now, he's able to bask in the incredible hillside views and shiny trophy room, as well as stay fit in his home gym. When he needs a change of scenery, Huston heads over to his private skatepark to shred!
Cardi B & Offset's Hot Home
Few hip-hop couples are hotter than Cardi B and Offset, a member of The Migos trio. So it's only right they own a home that can handle all that heat. Their mansion lying on 6 acres in the flossy suburb of Buckhead outside of Offset's native Atlanta fits the bill with awesome amenities like an underground gun range.
Adding to the attraction of the home is the customized children's playroom and the 1,800-bottle wine cellar, perfect for use when their 2-year-old daughter Kulture goes to bed. With huge windows, the pair are then able to enjoy the peaceful view of the backyard and pool. Like Offset says in the song, "My girls bad and boujee!"
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's Calabasas Compound
Entanglements aside, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's compound in Calabasas is a sight to behold. Costing $42 million in 2003, construction took seven years to complete. Two ambitious kids, Jaden and Willow, make the Smiths one of the most active families in Hollywood, and they like to have a lot of space to work with.
For starters, the 150-acre property is so massive that it has its own zip code. Rich rich! Scattered across the place is a private lake, tennis and basketball courts, a video set for Jada's "Red Table Talk" series, as well as a professional-grade recording studio where Willow recorded her 2010 hit "Whip My Hair."
Beyoncé and JAY-Z's Hamptons Hideout
From New York to Bel-Air to New Orleans, power couple Beyoncé and JAY-Z own several eye-catching properties. Possibly their favorite is the $26 million "Pond House" located in the East Hamptons, a posh vacation spot for the city's wealthiest people. They scooped the place in fall 2019 after renting a couple of other spots nearby.
With a big, beautiful backyard set on Georgica Pond, Bey and Jay's three children, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir, have the freedom to frolic as they please. A 17-acre nature preserve next door offers even more outdoor adventures and keeps the Carters secluded from any nosy neighbors or media members. Just a little jealous.
Jason Statham's Fixer-Upper
Jason Statham is Hollywood's most badass actor. Off-screen, though, he likes to take things easy, as reflected by his chill renovated home in Los Angeles. Taking about 18 months to finish, Statham was involved along every step of the way to ensure the fixer-upper would be shaped to his liking.
Following his rigorous exercise routine in a gym "that could put Equinox to shame," according to Architectural Digest, the 53-year-old likes to recover in his outdoor sauna and shower coupled with a 110-gallon sports whirlpool used for ice baths. Brrr. One of the few ways LA can get cold!
LeBron James' Luxurious Lifestyle
As one of the first signs that LeBron James was going to be leaving his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Los Angeles Lakers, the future NBA Hall of Famer copped a second California crib. Freshly built in 2017, the mansion cost $23 million. A pricey nod to his #23 jersey number!
Holding eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, LeBron's family enjoys ample space to bounce around, especially with the coronavirus keeping people inside. Notable extras include a half indoor, half outdoor gym that's linked to a sauna and steam room, as well as a wine cellar for post-workout purposes. Yes, please.
Serena Williams' Cool Quarters
Tennis, like many sports, has had to cancel its 2020 season, meaning fans will have to wait until summer 2021 for the next Wimbledon and U.S. Open. Serena Williams, who has the most Grand Slam titles (23) of any player ever, is making the most of her time away from tournaments at her five-bedroom Florida pad.
Though she's garnered close to $100 million in winnings during her career, Serena has remained committed to this humble 1.25-acre property with a tennis court for over 20 years. A lot has changed in that time, including Serena's family life, as she married the co-founder of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, and had a daughter, Olympia.
Floyd Mayweather's Ridiculous Residence
No, this isn't a museum. What you're looking at is boxer Floyd "Money" Mayweather's Las Vegas home, which he acquired in 2018 for $10 million. Standing at 21,861 square feet, this extravagant development just looks like it was meant for royalty. Let's check out what kind of features Floyd has at his disposal beyond the courtyard.
How about a whopping 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms? Enough beds to sleep in a different one every night of the week! Plus, Floyd has access to both indoor and outdoor pools, a 20-car underground garage and a vineyard stretching 1.4 acres. Only rookies have a traditional wine cellar.
Lionel Messi's Eco-Friendly Address
FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi is so passionate about soccer, his home is designed to look like a soccer ball. Luis de Garrido is the mastermind behind the one of a kind project, which also overlooks the Catalan mountains near Barcelona, Spain, and incorporates several sustainable living details.
Similar to a soccer field, the lush plot of land is divided into two equal parts. One half is a swimming pool and the other is grass. The three-level dwelling in the middle appears to have a hexagonal shape just like a soccer ball with a half grass and half solar panel roof. Not a bad spot to soak in the view!
Cristiano Ronaldo's Spanish Splendor
Having earned over $100 million before taxes in 2019, helping him become the first billionaire soccer star ever, you may be surprised to hear that Cristiano Ronaldo has been riding out much of the lockdown in a home costing only $1.6 million. A relatively small figure for his bank account.
That's not to say the Juventus F.C. forward is living shabby. Located on the beautiful Costa Del Sol coastline in Spain, this villa is close to the Mediterranean Sea and offers a spacious layout highlighted by an outdoor dining setup and an infinity pool. Yet it's only a small part of Ronaldo's $47 million real estate portfolio.
Russell Brand's Rogue Retreat
Since seeing him play a rockstar in movies like "Get Him to the Greek" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," fans have begun to assign actor Russell Brand with a similar label in real life. His $3 million Hollywood Hills retreat carries a lot of that same carefree, hippie energy.
Taking influence from Spanish-style haciendas, meaning a large estate or plantation with a dwelling spot, the home was built all the way back in 1956, though it received a renovation during the mid-1990s. Large windows, various vibrant gardens and a separate music studio space are the standout features. Rock on!
Mindy Kaling's Beach Bungalow
Before actress, writer and director Mindy Kaling, who most people were introduced to via "The Office," bought this magnificent beach bungalow in Malibu, legendary singer Frank Sinatra was the proud owner. The selling price was slightly above $9.5 million, but as far as we can tell, it was worth every penny.
At nearly 6,000 square feet and two stories, Kaling owns vast room to rest and relax when she's not running a film set. Views of the beautiful Pacific Ocean and a huge terrace branching out from the master bedroom make this location ideal for anyone looking to pass their time in quarantine.
Chelsea Handler's Chill Hangout
She's one of the most successful talk show hosts ever, so it's only right that Chelsea Handler has a hangout where she can reap the fruits of her labor. Established in Bel-Air like several other celebs on this list, Handler has supreme privacy mixed with an open-living design.
Surprisingly, Handler wasn't immediately sold on this space, but after missing out on several preferred options nearby, she handed over millions of dollars and "committed to putting a lot of work into it.” The result is a cozy crib with all sorts of character and personal touch. What can't she do?
Chris Brown's Safe Haven
After selling his previous property partially due to ongoing complaints from his neighbors about the graffiti covering the exterior, Chris Brown staked out this territory in Tarzana outside of Los Angeles for $4.35 million. Unfortunately, he ran into issues again when thieves broke in and locked his aunt in a closet.
Per the Los Angeles Times, the burglary occurred despite the home being labeled a "smart house" thanks to 16 cameras, an alarm system and wireless capabilities. Wow. Though "tight" security is the leading feature, visitors would also discover a driveway large enough to fit 10-15 cars. Skrrt!
Rob Dyrdek's Lit Lounge
Rob Dyrdek has put together an impressive résumé over the years. From being a trailblazing professional skateboarder to an entertainment mogul in partnership with MTV ("Rob & Big," "Ridiculousness") to starting his own national skating league, few people have capitalized on fame so fearlessly.
These days, Dyrdek likes to move at a slower pace relative to his younger self. He has a wife and two kids, so he needed a place to lounge and collect quality memories with his beloved family. That vision came to fruition in 2019, as he unloaded $6 million on an LA estate boasting neighbors like Kendall Jenner and Big Sean.
Drake's Toronto "Embassy"
A lounge. Indoor and outdoor pools. A champagne bar. An official NBA-size basketball court. A museum-quality chandelier behind the front door. No, these aren't qualities of a Ritz Carlton hotel; we're talking about Drake's meticulously crafted $150 million Toronto crib nicknamed "The Embassy." Let's take a brief tour, shall we?
Describing the home as "overwhelming high luxury," Drizzy was insistent that his years of hard work were captured in the most lavish ways possible. Three of the most over the top elements include a two-story closet finished with crystals, the spotless trophy room holding his Grammy Awards and his roughly $400,000 mattress weighing ONE TON.