Celebrities tended to have some of the most lavish homes we had ever seen. From mansions in Beverly Hills to breathtaking beach houses, we could only dream of owning, and there seemed to be no end to the luxury that these celebs have. Let’s take a peek at some of the best celebrity homes.
Anderson Cooper — Est. $3.1 Million, The Hamptons
Anderson Cooper was a journalist, author, and TV host. He had been with CNN and hosted Anderson Cooper 360 Degree. Anderson was the first homosexual to oversee the presidential debate between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump. He had no fear of bankruptcy and could afford a house for millions of dollars. One of his homes in the Hamptons was on the market. It was a lovely English cottage with quaint ancient rooms. We didn’t know why he decided to sell it and might be considering real estate investments.
Dana Perino – Price Undisclosed, South Carolina
Former US President George W. Bush acknowledged Perino as the White House Press Secretary from 2007 to 2009. After Dee Dee Myers, she was considered the second woman to hold the post. Dana studied at the University of Colorado, Pueblo, and Illinois-Springfield University. Perino was attached to the Palmetto Bluff estate. South Carolina’s Estate was an ideal destination from urban life, packed with blue water, marsh grass, Spanish mosses, and oaks. It was the best place to spend time with her spouse, Peter McMahon.
Anastasia Karanikolaou- $16 Million, Los Angeles
Recently, Stas had just allowed us into her spectacular mansion and shared her passion for design. Anastasia was indeed doing a fantastic job. Stas was also a queen in the kitchen and shared a few of her recipes during the quarantine. Some of her recipes ranged from being healthy and not. In an interview, she mentioned that her house was “getting there.” The cloud couch was deemed to be at $4,000.
Wolf Blitzer — Bethesda, Maryland, Est. $1.34 Million
Wolf Blitzer was a respected reporter and journalist with CNN since 1990. He also hosted The Situation Room and was the network’s best political reporter. Although Wolf received many honors Throughout his career, critics often found his views humorless. He had been living in Bethesda, Maryland, since 1989. Wolf purchased the house for $710,000 but was now estimated to be $1.34 million. It didn’t seem like Blitzer and his 46-year-old wife would be moving soon, and the house might even be their retirement home.
Jake Tapper – Est. $1.4 million, Washington, D.C
The American journalist entered the world half a century ago, and we saw his phenomenal growth as a journalist. He made a name for himself as a cartoonist and author. Tapper was CNN’s chief correspondent for Washington and hosted Lead with Jake Tapper, and the Union State. He had a healthy and happy marriage and impressive estimates. It was reported that Tapper recently sold his Washington home at an approximate price of $1.4 million. It wasn’t bad at all for a 3000-square-foot farm.
Kylie Jenner- $36.5 Million, Los Angeles
In case you haven’t seen it all over Kylie’s and Stas’s Instagram before, Kylie’s house was indeed a bomb. There was no question that Stormi was living it up with her mother – from the pink glow and the kid’s camping room fitted with bunk beds with TVs of their own. It also had a pool, gym, and so much more. Her wardrobe was crazy, and her garage even better. With the pink exterior and interior, Kylie’s latest Rolls Royce would be a huge life goal.
Tucker Carlson –Est. $2.4 million. Washington D.C.
Tucker became influential as a print journalist because of the stories he wrote for The Weekly Standard. He also earned an astounding net worth as a political analyst in Fox News and worked for more than ten years. He was also well-known because of hosting Tucker Carlson Tonight. It was reported that the conservative politician recently laid hands on a dazzling Washington DC estate. It was almost 7400 square feet, with five bedrooms, 6 and 1⁄2 bathrooms, fireplaces in each room, a gourmet kitchen, and an enclosed swimming pool.
Ann Coulter – Est.$577K, New York City
Ann Coulter published 12 best-selling books while also becoming a lawyer, journalist, and political commentator. There were several controversies in her life even though she accrued an enormous fortune. Ann burst into the limelight after insulting Bill Clinton during his tenure as president. She owned her exquisite estate in New York City and a two-bedroom house about 1,400 square meters wide in Manhattan. Ann Coulter also had two other houses in Florida and Los Angeles.
Jeanine Pirro — Est. $4.9 Million, Harrison
Jeanine Pirro was one of those famous people who engaged in buying and selling luxury homes for profit. Pirro sold his high-profile customized home in Harrison for a whopping $4.9 million. It was a seven-bedroom, Italian-style house with marble floors and remote-controlled electric driveway. Outdoor terraces in four of the seven bedrooms must have a stunning view, as this building was located in a dead-end street. We are sure the owner likes the house and does not care about the enormous cost.
Chris Cuomo $2.9 Million, NY
The reporter from CNN is now entering the real estate world! The house is on the market for $1,3 million, and its older brother and wife Christina Cuomo bought it back in 2005. His dad who died was the Governor of New York and now his brother.
Joe Scarborough – Est. $3.69 Million, New Canaan
Morning Joe’s co-host was a politician and a lawyer who served for the United States House of Representatives as a Republican from 1995 to 2001. As a host of cable news in the entertainment industry, and his future was marked by immense success and popularity. He was named one of the most influential people in the world by Time Magazine 2011. Scarborough sold his house in New Canaan at about $3.69 million. The five-bedroom property was 2.6 acres, and we were sure that everyone wanted to taste this magnificence.
Jesse Watters – Price Unknown, Long Island
Jesse Watters rose to prominence thanks to hard work, from a humble production assistant to a dapper-political commentator. The O’Reilly Show was famous for his on-site interviews. Jesse co-hosted The Five and owned luxurious houses all over the world after his rising incomes. He lived with his wife Noella Watters on his Long Island home. However, Noella sent his extra-material divorce romance in 2017.
Erica Hill – Est. $695K, Upstate New York
Erica shot to fame as a prolific journalist and was the Top CNN correspondent. She was notable for co-hosting CNN Tonight between 2009 and 2010 and the morning news show on NBC, Weekend Today, from 2012 to 2016. She married David Yount in 2005, and the couple never faced any difficulties. The front porch in her New York City home was an excellent place for Erica. She loved relaxing on the porch in the wee hours and breathing in the fresh air. The design was mostly coral and blue.
Shepard Smith — Est. $3.95 Million, New York
Shepard Smith had a show called Shepard Smith Reporting and started working with Fox News Update. He was 55, so he still had a lot of chances to increase his wealth. Shepard listed his condominium in Greenwich Village at $4 million to make a profit. He initially bought the property for a total of $1.875 million in May 2004. No one accepted the bid, and the price tag was lowered to $3.95 million again, but that failed, and Smith eventually withdrew the property in February 2012.
Brit Hume – Est. $1.925 Million, Virginia
Hume had a house in Hume, Virginia. Brit certainly had a good sense of humor. He had a pretty big house that he was trying to sell. This purchase is quite reasonable, and no one would doubt that it would sell quickly. It was because 72 acres sounds too good to be true for $1.925 million. Brit had been famous for hosting ABC News and contributed a great deal to Fox News on Sunday. He would indeed have a wonderful time after his retirement.
Elisabeth Hasselback – Est. $4.7 Million, Greenwich, CT
Elisabeth Hasselbeck was famous for hosting The View and Fox and Friends. She became famous because of her reality show, Survivor. She was extremely popular as she married and became a socialite with NFL player Tim Hasselbeck. Elisabeth was enthusiastic about many topics other than her work, such as breast cancer and celiac disease. After she retired from TV in 2015, she agreed to sell her Greenwich estate for $4.7 million. She invested a lot of cash in her new home in Nashville.
Cynthia McFadden – Est. $6 million, New York City
Cynthia Fadden’s townhouse was on 174 East 95th Street, estimated to be nearly $6 million. The cottage was 4,240 sq. ft. and had four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. The greatness of the place would leave you amazed, and Madden has done well to retain it. A home office, a landscaped terrace, an upper deck, and three fireplaces were built to keep the residents warm in winter. We indeed believed that anyone would do anything to have this estate.
George Stephanopoulos — $6.5 Million, Manhattan Apartment
George Stéphanopoulos was a well-known TV host that entertained people for a few decades now. George also acted as President Bill Clinton’s senior advisor and got a wonderful life married to the author and actress Alexandra Wentworth with two daughters. Both were focused on investing in property, and we could be confident that their venture earned a lot. We would hope that the couple will not only see more success for themselves but their children.
Bill O’Reilly – Est. $3 million, Long Island
Bill O’Reilly was a journalist for many years and was dismissed by Fox News. He worked with numerous networks, including CBS News and ABC News, until his affiliation with Fox News. Bill did not have the best days in his later career but managed to earn $85 million in net income. It showed how successful he was during the height of his success. Nobody specified how expensive his home was, but it was speculated to be worth more than a million dollars.
Mika Brzezinski – Est. $2.095 million, Westchester
Mika was an author, journalist, and liberal political commentator that shot to fame in MSNBC for Morning Joe. Brezinski was now a regular and highly regarded guest to the Harvard Institute of Politics. Mika placed her Westchester property at an approximate cost of $2,095 million. The central estate’s interior was light and cozy. It was 4102 square feet long, with five bathrooms and seven bedrooms. It also had a fireplace, deck, dining room, and well-equipped kitchen.
Sean Hannity – $8.5 Million, New York
Sean Hannity played many parts as a host, journalists, and political commentator. Amidst his right-wing political views, Hannity was raised in New York’s liberal state. Seven separate bedrooms, a swimming pool, tennis court, and not less than 7.5 bathrooms were included within the 11,000 square foot Mansion of Center Island. The estate’s worth was about $8.5 million. According to Forbes, Hannity got the 64th place in its 2018 ranking.
Rachel Maddows – $605K, Massachusetts
Rachel Maddow purchased the pre-civil war farmhouse back in 2013 for just $605,000. The 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom colonial-style cabin was built in 1869 and stood on an 11.86-acre lot. It had a fireplace and an attached garage, but Rachel got the aid of architect Nicole Migeon. It was to build a new bathhouse at the back of the property to bring in a hot tub and a second bathroom. They could have the room attached to the house, but Maddow decided she didn’t want to alter the original house arrangement.
Diana Ross – $39.5 Million, Connecticut
Diana Ross lived in an enclosed home tucked away in a private community a few minutes away from downtown Greenwich in Connecticut. There were terraces in the 12,562 square-foot mansion that lead to large lawns in each room. The living room had an 18th-century paneling and a spiral staircase where Rembrandts adorned the walls. The gardens were equipped with a tennis court, a spa, and two carriage houses.
Diane Sawyer – Est. $4.6 million, New York City
Diane Sawyer was a leading member of Richard Nixon’s White House staff at the US president’s future and had pleasant relations with Nixon. Her old country-style French house in New York’s Palisades was estimated to be $4.6 million. It had a splendid view of the nearby Hudson River. The home’s interior was characterized by rustic beams and pine floors with a broad plank. The formal dining area had a fireplace. There was also a spacious living room with another fireplace, and the French doors led to the terrace.
Celine Dion – $65 Million, Florida
Did you know the famous Celine Dion was worth roughly $380 million? In contrast to her net worth, her impressive water park mansion was nothing. There were over 10,000 square feet of water slides, a human-made river, and pools on the Bahamas-style estate. The house had a golf course, basketball and tennis courts, and a 415-square-foot private beach. There were also eight ocean-view bedrooms, a gaming room, a media room, a polished kitchen, a spa room, and a playhouse for children. The beach resort occupied more than 5.5 acres!
Chris Cuomo – Est. $2.9 million, Southampton
Chris Cuomo started his career with CNBC and MSNBC and was the news anchor of Good Morning America. Thanks to his anchoring skills at Cuomo Prime Time, he became a household name. According to property records, Chris listed his home in Hampton for sale. The house was about 3000 square feet, with four bathrooms and five bedrooms. There was a swimming pool and a separate bathroom, a driveway with enough space for two cars, and well-kept gardens. The property’s worth was estimated to be 2.9 million dollars.
Greta Van Susteren – Est. $3.1 Million, New York
Greta was the proud owner of a massive New York apartment. However, she had placed it on the market now. Greta lived in this home with John P. Coal and put it for sale Just a few months after quitting work as an anchor for Fox News. Fox was not the only place she worked in and also worked for NBC and CNN. Her apartment had two bedrooms, but anyone would agree that it would have been a perfect place to live once she retired.
Louis Dobbs – Undisclosed Price, New Jersey
Louis Carl Dobbs was a TV personality, author, and radio personality known for maintaining close relationships with other famous politicians. Lou Dobbs Tonight’s huge earnings helped him buy an estate in West Palm Beach, but he didn’t want to say much about his house in Florida. Dobbs owned his second property – a 300-acre New Jersey farm. It had a lovely view of a white home, pond, and horses. We were not surprised that he owned a horse farm because his daughter was a horse-riding champion.
Melissa Francis – Est. $6.99 million, New York City
Melissa appeared in a catalog of films and starred in TV shows. The success was also reflected in her private life, as she got married to Wray Thorn, the Managing Director of Two Sigma Ventures, in 1997. Melissa decided to sell her condo on the upper east side, 180 E, 93rd St., for $6.99 million. The house was 3000 square feet with four bathrooms, four bedrooms, a media room, and a large kitchen. It also had a large living space, a small storage room, a gym, and a children’s lounge.
Tom Brokaw — Montana Ranch, Est. $6.3 Million
Tom has been rising in with colossal steps and was the only one to have anchored NBC’s Meet the Press, The Today Show, and Nightly News. He published many books on history and won many awards and honors. Brokaw was involved in some unethical conduct and found himself in a controversy. He drifted through, however, without the assistance of his attorney. We discovered Tom had a ranch in Montana worth $17.9 million. However, we heard it was around $6.3 million on the market a few days ago.
Geraldo Rivera – Est. $2.8 Million, Ohio
Geraldo got lucky when he bought a large house in Ohio with six bedrooms. It was a place where someone could relax after a long day at work. The house covered about 13,000 square feet and was equipped with a wine drawer, kitchen, plenty of skylights, and even a private swimming pool. Geraldo hosted a lot of talk shows, and his fame seemed to have no end. He was also in movies like All About Steve, but at age 75, he was nearing retirement.
Trish Regan – Est. $5.625 Million, New York
Trish had a considerable improvement in her finances after selling her lovely New York co-op. It seemed kind of a too high sum at first, but a peek at the building would convince you it would be a deal. The property was located on the 6th floor of a sizable 15-floor building with excellent area views. Anyone who knew Trish would agree that she could easily afford such property after a promising career as a TV host. She was one of the Fox Business Network Team’s talented employees.
Don Lemon — Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY, $3.1 Million
Don Lemon was an award-winning New York CNN anchor and a recently engaged journalist and blogger. He was recognized to be straightforward and got him into some trouble, but nothing dramatic would require help from his lawyer. He purchased a luxurious house For $3.1 million in 2016 in Sag Harbor. The elegant atmosphere of the house was perfect for relaxation. It was an excellent investment as it had four bedrooms, a pool, an outdoor bathroom, and a back porch.
Bill Hemmer – Est. $1.75 Million, New York
Bill Hemmer was famous for working with the CNN team but was now a significant figure in Fox News Channel. He hosted the American Newsroom and seemed to know how to handle his money with a prosperous career. It was apparent if you took a closer look at his home. As Bill confidently moved from CNN to Fox News, he bought and enjoyed the elegant house in Sag Harbor. It was built two decades ago with an area of almost two acres and four bedrooms.
Lester Holt – Est. $6.4 Million, Manhattan, New York
Lester Holt wanted to buy the gorgeous Manhattan apartment in the year 2007. The host bought all of it and sold it for twice the original price. We could say that it was an excellent move to make an income. We could describe the location as the luxurious residence of Lester. The bathroom was marbled, we could stand on the balcony, and we could see the people in Madison Square Park. Lester was working in the NBC as a Journalist and would be seen in NBC Nightly News.
Chris Wallace – Est. $3.5 Million, Washington, DC
Chris Wallace had a successful career in the industry. He had won numerous awards like the Emmy Awards. Chris was skilled, especially when it came to the democratic world. However, when he returned home from his work, he would have a bond with his family. We might not know his property’s actual value, but we could assume that Chris spent a lot of money to create a double-story house in Washington, DC. The host considered it a perfect home for him and his family when he decided to retire in his career.
David Brooks — Est. $2 Million, Washington, D.C.
David Brooks focused his entire life in politics. He had published numerous books like The Social Animal and The Road to Character. However, he got his reputation through politics. David had spent $2 million on his house in Washington. However, the property’s original price was $2.3 million, which had a considerable difference in the amount. His place got two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a library.
Martha MacCallum – Price Unknown, Massachusetts
Martha MacCallum was not the type of person who would live in a dark-colored house. The home that she wanted was a bright and colorful place. The dark pinewood house that she was living in became a vibrant home to live in. We could say that it was comfortable to stay there, especially when summer came. However, we were not sure about the cost of her home. We could only say that Martha had spent millions on her property. We could see Martha as an anchor at Fox News.
Brian Stelter — Est. $329k, Manhattan
Brian Stelter was a chief media correspondent. He also hosted the show Reliable Sources. The journalist was married to Jamie Shupak, NY1 New York TV station anchor. Their house in Lincoln Square was comfortable for a family to live in. If we would like to see their home, we could check Jamie’s Instagram.
Bob Beckel – Price Undisclosed, Brookmont
Bob Beckel was a previous Fox News commentator that worked for 708 episodes. The commentator decided to leave CNN because of health problems. Bob also had his podcast in the year 2018, which was called Beckel’s Bob Cast. The host was a political expert. The property in Brookmont residence was elegant. We could say that the host invested a lot of money into his property. It was hard to discover a house where we could live soothing. We could say that Beckel was successful in his life.
Charles Osgood – Est. $2.1 Million, France
Charles Osgood was living in New York while he was working. However, he had a property in France which he was fond of. It was the place Charles could unwind, and the people in that location were kind. Charles also shared that the place was comfortable, the weather is fine, and he could eat more food than he used to be. Charles was a TV writer, and part of Horton Hears a Who and CBS News Sunday Morning. After being successful in his career, he decided to retire,
Amy Robach – Est. $9.975 Million, Florida
Amy Robach could be seen in 20/20, Today, and Good Morning America, which had a million viewers. She got a successful career that made her own a property in Florida. The host owned a $9.975 million property that includes five bedrooms. However, there were reports that The famous host had bought it for $11.75 million in 2008. it had a massive difference between the value in the market and how she had purchased.
Eric Bolling –Est. $2.7 million, Demarest, New Jersey
Eric Bolling was a political commentator, famous TV personality, and a host for the program Cashin’ In. In 2017, the commentator had a problem with some scandals and complaints that the Fox News requested Eric to leave. Even he complied with the channel, and he was still living in a luxurious life. The TV personality had owned an enormous property in Demarest, New Jersey. The place cost $2.7 million. The location had four bathrooms, four bedrooms, three fireplaces, a home theater, a bar, and a lift.
Andrew Napolitano — Est. $5 Million New Jersey
Andre Napolitano was known as the youngest judge. He was also known as a columnist and worked in The Washington Times, Fox News, and many more. The columnist had become successful in his career and gotten his properties. The farmhouse was located in New Jersey and Manhattan. We had information that the farm was producing maple syrup. Andre had a net worth of $9 million. The judge would not have any problem with the maintenance in every property he had.
Norah O’Donnell – Est. $865k, New York
Norah O’Donnell was one of the journalists in the industry. She had won two Emmy Awards because of her outstanding performance. The journalist might be 45 years old yet, and she had $8 million into her savings. We could see her on CBS This Morning and MSNBC Live. Norah equally did an outstanding job being a journalist and also a mother of her three children.
Mike Ditka – Est. $3 Million, Florida
Mike Ditka was known as ex-NFL and coach in the National Football League. After all of his success, he had owned a $3 million property in Florida. The athlete played for the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, and Chicago Bears. The ex-NFL superstar was getting older each day and previously suffered from a heart attack. Mike’s insurance would cover all the expenses, even if he survived.
Barbara Eden – Est. $8,500/month, Beverly Hills
Barbara was one of the well-known actresses in Hollywood. Barbara was currently 87 and might decide to retire on her occupation. However, in the 1960s to 1970s, her name was known to all the people when she played a role in I Dream of Jeannie. After fifteen years, another show called Jeannie’s I Dream was also successful, which raised her fame. We did not know the current worth of her estate yet, and it was estimated around a million dollars because it was located at Beverly hills.
Cher – Estimated $45 Million, Malibu
Cher had an elegant Renaissance mansion. However, the owner of the property was changed. Beyoncé, who currently owned the 16,000 square feet property. The singer and her husband were planning to buy a rustic Italian-style house while the property was on sale. We could say that Cher did think of buying a premium in-house insurance that had artifacts, fireplaces, and Gothic chandeliers.
Diane Kruger – $4.2 Million, New York
If we wanted to find an expensive house, we could find it here in Big Apple’s Crémé de la Creme that could be seen in Tribeca, NY. We could not think that Diane Kruger would buy a costly property in a prominent location for just a 2-bedroom loft. The property had only two bedrooms and several amenities, which could be bought for $4.2 million. The homeowner could only give cheap insurance because the Kruger Apartment was in the high profiled location.
Rob Gronkowski – Estimated $2.2 Million, Boston
Rob Gronkowski still thought his 2.063 square foot villa was still his haven even though the New England Patriots had a bad reputation. He owned a $2.2 million penthouse that had everything we could dream of. The penthouse had a private rooftop deck, 2-bedroom house, external workspace, where Rob hid his safe that might have been stolen. We just prayed he had real estate insurance. We knew that being burglarized was a serious matter. It was essential to get homeowner insurance if we had that property.
Forest Whitaker – Est. $4.3 million, Hollywood Hills
We had never forgotten the Idi Amin, in the Last-king of Scotland. It was the role played by Forest Whitaker. The actor won multiple awards like The Screen Actors Guild, The BAFTA, the Golden Globe, and Academy Award. The actor and his wife, Keisha Nash Whitaker, had gotten a $1.5 million Hollywood compound and was put on the market for $4.3 million. The property got 11 baths, 11 bedrooms, a lounge and dining room, a kitchen, swimming pool, movie theater, and the size was 4 705 square feet.