Celebrities seemed to have some of the most luxurious homes we’ve ever seen. We could only dream of owning, from mansions in Beverly Hills to breathtaking beach houses, and there seemed to be no end to the luxury these celebs have. Let’s take a look at some of the best homes for celebrities.
Anderson Cooper — Est. $3.1 Million, The Hamptons
Anderson Cooper was a TV host, author, and journalist. He was with CNN, and he hosted Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees. Anderson was the first homosexual to oversee the Hilary Clinton-Donald Trump presidential debate. He was not afraid of bankruptcy and could afford a million-dollar house. On the market was one of his homes in the Hamptons. It was a beautiful English cottage with picturesque ancient rooms. We didn’t know why he decided to sell it, so we might consider investing in real estate.
Dana Perino – Price Undisclosed, South Carolina
From 2007 to 2009, Perino was recognized as the White House Press Secretary by former US President George W. Bush. She was considered the second woman after Dee Dee Myers to hold the post. Dana studied at Colorado University, Pueblo, and the University of Illinois-Springfield. Attached to the Palmetto Bluff estate was Perino. The estate in South Carolina was an ideal urban destination, packed with blue water, marsh grass, Spanish mosses, and oaks. It was the best place to spend time with Peter McMahon, her spouse.
Anastasia Karanikolaou- $16 Million, Los Angeles
Stas had just recently allowed us into her spectacular mansion and shared her love of design. Anastasia was doing a fantastic job, indeed. In the kitchen, Stas was also a queen and shared a few of her recipes during the quarantine. Some of her recipes ranged from being and not being healthy. She mentioned in an interview that her house was “getting there.” $4,000 was considered to be the cloud couch.
Wolf Blitzer — Bethesda, Maryland, Est. $1.34 Million
Since 1990, Wolf Blitzer has been a respected CNN reporter and journalist. He hosted The Situation Room as well and was the best political reporter for the network. Although Wolf received many honors, critics often found his views humorless throughout his career. Since 1989, he has been living in Bethesda, Maryland. Wolf bought the house for $710,000, but it was estimated to be $1.34 million at the moment. Blitzer and his 46-year-old wife didn’t seem to be moving soon, and the house might even be their retirement home.
Jake Tapper – Est. $1.4 million, Washington, D.C
Half a century ago, the American journalist entered the world, and we saw his phenomenal growth as a journalist. As a cartoonist and author, he made a name for himself. Tapper was Washington’s chief correspondent for CNN and hosted Lead with Jake Tapper and State of the Union. His marriage was healthy and happy, and he had impressive estimates. Tapper was reported to have sold his Washington home recently at an approximate price of $1.4 million. For a 3000-square-foot farm, it wasn’t bad at all.
Kylie Jenner- $36.5 Million, Los Angeles
If you haven’t seen it all before on Kylie’s and Stas’s Instagram, Kylie’s house was a bomb. There was no question that Stormi lived it up with her mother-from the pink glow and the camping room of the kids fitted with their own bunk beds with TVs. It had a pool and a gym, too, and so much more. Her clothes were crazy, and her garage was even better. Kylie’s latest Rolls Royce with the pink exterior and interior would be a huge life goal.
Tucker Carlson –Est. $2.4 million. Washington D.C.
As a print journalist, Tucker became influential due to the stories he wrote for The Weekly Standard. As a political analyst on Fox News, he also earned a staggering net worth and worked for more than ten years. He was also known for hosting Tucker Carlson Tonight as well. The conservative politician was reported to have recently laid hands on a dazzling Washington DC estate. With five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, fireplaces in each room, a gourmet kitchen, and an enclosed swimming pool, it was almost 7400 square feet.
Ann Coulter – Est.$577K, New York City
12 best-selling books were published by Ann Coulter while also becoming a lawyer, journalist, and political commentator. Although she had accrued an enormous fortune, there were several controversies in her life. After insulting Bill Clinton during his tenure as president, Ann burst into the limelight. She owned her exquisite New York City estate and a two-bedroom Manhattan house about 1,400 square meters wide. In Florida and Los Angeles, Ann Coulter had two other houses, too.
Jeanine Pirro — Est. $4.9 Million, Harrison
One of those famous people who was involved in buying and selling luxury homes for profit was Jeanine Pirro. For a whopping $4.9 million, Pirro sold his high-profile customised home in Harrison. It was an Italian-style house with seven bedrooms, marble floors and a remote-controlled electric driveway. As this building was located in a dead-end street, outdoor terraces in four of the seven bedrooms must have a stunning view. The owner likes the house and does not care about the immense expense, we are sure.
Chris Cuomo $2.9 Million, NY
This reporter from CNN is entering the real estate community! The residence is already up for a $1.3 million purchase and was bought in 2005 by his older brother and sister in law, Christina Cuomo. His brother took the position when his father passed away as the Governor of New York.
Joe Scarborough – Est. $3.69 Million, New Canaan
The co-host of Morning Joe was a politician and a lawyer who served as a Republican for the United States House of Representatives from 1995 to 2001. And his future was marked by immense success and popularity as a host of cable news in the entertainment industry. Time Magazine 2011 named him one of the world’s most influential individuals. In New Canaan, Scarborough sold his house for about $3.69 million. It was 2.6 acres of five-bedroom property, and we were sure everyone wanted to taste this splendor.
Jesse Watters – Price Unknown, Long Island
Thanks to hard work, Jesse Watters rose to prominence, from a humble production aide to a dapper-political commentator. His on-site interviews made the O’Reilly Show famous. Jesse co-hosted The Five and, after his rising revenues, owned luxurious homes all over the world. He lived with Noella Watters, his wife, at his home on Long Island. In 2017, however, Noella sent out his extra-material divorce romance.
Erica Hill – Est. $695K, Upstate New York
As a prolific journalist, Erica shot to fame and was the top correspondent on CNN. She was notable between 2009 and 2010 for co-hosting CNN Tonight and from 2012 to 2016 for the morning news show on NBC, Weekend Today. In 2005, she married David Yount and the couple never encountered any difficulties. In her New York City home, the front porch was an excellent place for Erica. In the wee hours, she loved relaxing on the porch and breathing in the fresh air. For the most part, the design was coral and blue.
Shepard Smith — Est. $3.95 Million, New York
Shepard Smith started working with Fox News Update and had a show called Shepard Smith Reporting. He was 55, so there were still a lot of opportunities for him to increase his wealth. To make a profit, Shepard listed his condominium at $4 million in Greenwich Village. He initially bought the property in May 2004 for a total of 1,875 million dollars. No one accepted the bid, and the price tag was lowered again to $3.95 million, but that failed, and in February 2012, Smith eventually withdrew the property.
Brit Hume – Est. $1.925 Million, Virginia
In Hume, Virginia, Hume owned a house. Of course, Brit had a good sense of humor. He had a fairly large house that he was trying to sell. This is a fairly reasonable purchase, and no one would doubt it would sell quickly. It was because, for $1,925 million, 72 acres sounds too good to be true. Brit was known for hosting ABC News and contributed a lot to Sunday’s Fox News. After his retirement, he would actually have a wonderful time.
Elisabeth Hasselback – Est. $4.7 Million, Greenwich, CT
Famous for hosting The View and Fox and Friends, Elisabeth Hasselbeck was famous. Because of her reality show, Survivor, she became famous. As she got married and became a socialite with NFL player Tim Hasselbeck, she was extremely popular. Elisabeth was enthusiastic about many topics, such as breast cancer and celiac disease, other than her job. She agreed to sell her Greenwich estate for $4.7 million after she retired from television in 2015. In her new home in Nashville, she invested a lot of cash.
Cynthia McFadden – Est. $6 million, New York City
The townhouse of Cynthia Fadden was on 174 East 95th Street and was estimated to be nearly $ 6 million. The chalet was 4,240 sq. Ft. and had four bedrooms and bathrooms of three and a half. It would leave you amazed at the grandeur of the place, and Madden has done well to retain it. In order to keep the residents warm in winter, a home office, a landscaped terrace, an upper deck, and three fireplaces were constructed. Indeed, we believed that to have this estate, anyone would do anything.
George Stephanopoulos — $6.5 Million, Manhattan Apartment
George Stéphanopoulos has been a renowned TV host for several decades. George also acted as the senior advisor to President Bill Clinton and married the author and actress Alexandra Wentworth with two daughters for a wonderful life. Both concentrated on investing in property, and we could be confident that a lot was earned by their venture. We hope the couple will not only see more success for themselves but for their kids.
Bill O’Reilly – Est. $3 million, Long Island
For many years, Bill O’Reilly has been a journalist and was rejected by Fox News. He worked with many networks, including CBS News and ABC News, until he became a member of Fox News. Bill didn’t have the best days in his later career, but he made net income of 85 million dollars. It showed his success at the height of his success. Nobody specified how expensive his house was, but it was thought to be worth more than $1 million.
Mika Brzezinski – Est. $2.095 million, Westchester
Mika was a Morning Joe writer, journalist, and liberal political commentator who shot to fame on MSNBC. Brezinski was a regular and highly respected visitor to the Harvard Political Institute. Mika placed the property in Westchester at about $2,095 million. The interior of the central estate was light and cozy. It was 4102 square meters long and consisted of five bathrooms and seven bedrooms. There was also a fireplace, a deck, a dining area and a kitchen.
Sean Hannity – $8.5 Million, New York
Sean Hannity played many roles. From hosting and journalism to a political commentator. In the midst of his political views on the right, Hannity was raised in the liberal state of New York. The Mansion of Center Island comprised 7 separate bedrooms, a swimming pool, tennis court and not less than 7.5 bathrooms. The value of the estate was about $8.5 million. According to Forbes, Hannity ranked 64th in 2018.
Rachel Maddows – $605K, Massachusetts
Rachel Maddow bought the pre-civil war farmhouse for only 605,000 dollars back in 2013. The 2-bedroom cabin was built in 1869 with a colonial-style bathroom and was situated on an 11.86 acres lot. It had a fireplace and a garage, but the architect Nicole Migeon assisted Rachel. A new bathhouse was built at the back of the building, which included a whirlpool and a second bathroom. They might have the room attached to the house, but Maddow chose not to alter the original arrangement for the house.
Diana Ross – $39.5 Million, Connecticut
A few minutes from downtown Greenwich, Connecticut, Diana Ross lived in an enclosed home hidden away in a private community. The 12,562 square foot mansion had terraces leading to large lawns in each room. The living room has a paneling from the 18th century and a spiral staircase, with the walls decorated by Rembrandts. The gardens have a tennis court, a spa and two caravans.
Diane Sawyer – Est. $4.6 million, New York City
Sawyer had strong and pleasant relations with Nixon as a leading member of the staff of Richard Nixon’s White House in the future of the US President. Her old French country-style house in the Palisades of New York was estimated at $4.6 million. It had a splendid view of the Hudson River nearby. Rustic beams and pine floors with a wide plank characterized the interior of the home. There was a fireplace in the formal dining area. A spacious living room with another fireplace was also available, and the French doors led to the terrace.
Celine Dion – $65 Million, Florida
Were you aware that the famous Celine Dion worth approximately $380 million? Unlike its net value, her impressive mansion in the water park was nothing. More than 10 000 meters of slides were located on the property in the Bahamas, along with a human-made river and swimming pools. The house had a golf course, tennis, basketball courts and a private beach of 415 square meters. Eight ocean view bedrooms were also provided, as were a games room, media room, a polished kitchen, a spa room and a children’s playhouse. More than 5.5 acres of a beach resort!
Chris Cuomo – Est. $2.9 million, Southampton
CNBC and MSNBC started Chris Cuomo’s career and became Good Morning America’s news anchor. He became a household name because of his anchoring knowledge of Cuomo Prime Time. Chris listed his home in Hampton for sale, according to property records. The house had four bathrooms and five bedrooms, approximately 3,000 square feet. A pool and a separate bathroom, an entrance with sufficient room for two cars and a well-kept gardens were located there. The value of the property was estimated at $2.9 million.
Greta Van Susteren – Est. $3.1 Million, New York
The proud owner of a massive New York apartment was Greta. But now she’d put it on the market. Greta lived with John P. Coal in this home and sold this as an anchor for Fox News just a few months after she had left. Not only did Fox work and work for NBC and CNN, but she was also there. Her flat had two bedrooms, but everybody would accept that once she retired, it’d be a perfect place to live.
Louis Dobbs – Undisclosed Price, New Jersey
A TV personality, author, and radio personality, Louis Carl Dobbs was known for maintaining close relationships with other famous politicians. Tonight ‘s huge earnings helped Lou Dobbs buy a property in West Palm Beach, but he didn’t want to say much about his Florida house. Dobbs owned his second property-a New Jersey farm of 300 acres. They had a beautiful view of the white house, the pond, and the horses. Because his daughter was a horse-riding champion, we were not surprised that he owned a horse farm.
Melissa Francis – Est. $6.99 million, New York City
Melissa appeared in a film catalog and starred in television shows. The achievement was also reflected in her private life, as she married Wray Thorn, Two Sigma Ventures’ Managing Director, in 1997. Melissa decided to sell her condo for $6.99 million on the upper east side of 180 E, 93rd St. The house, with four bathrooms, four bedrooms, a media room, and a large kitchen, was 3,000 square feet. It also had a large living area, a small storage room, a gym, and a lounge for kids.
Tom Brokaw — Montana Ranch, Est. $6.3 Million
Tom has taken enormous steps, being the only one who anchored NBCs Meet the Press, Nightly News and The Today Show. He has published many history books and has won many awards and honors. Brokaw was involved in some unethical behavior and found himself in a dispute. However, without his attorney’s help, he drifted through. We found out that Tom had a ranch worth 17.9 million dollars in Montana. However, we heard a few days ago that it was around $6.3 million on the market.
Geraldo Rivera – Est. $2.8 Million, Ohio
Geraldo was lucky when he purchased a large six-bedroom Ohio house. After a long day’s work, there was a place to relax. It spans about 13,000 m2 and has a drawbar, a kitchen, a lot of skylights and even a privately owned swimming pool. It is a small building. His fame seemed to have no end, and he hosts a lot of talk shows. He was also in films such as All About Steve, but he was almost retired at the age of 75.
Trish Regan – Est. $5.625 Million, New York
After selling her charming New York co-op, Trish has significantly improved her finances. At first, it looked like too much, but looking at the building would persuade you that it was a deal. The property was on the 6th floor of a large 15-story building with excellent views of the surrounding area. Anyone who knew Trish agrees that after a promising career as a TV host she can easily afford such property. She was one of the talented staff members of the Fox Business Network team.
Don Lemon — Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY, $3.1 Million
Don Lemon has become an award earning New York CNN anchor and a writer and author. He was considered to be straightforward and got him into some trouble, but his lawyer would not require help for anything dramatic. He purchased a luxury house in Sag Harbor for $3.1 million in 2016. The house’s elegant atmosphere was ideal for relaxation. As it had four bedrooms, a pool, an outdoor bathroom and a back porch, it was an excellent investment.
Bill Hemmer – Est. $1.75 Million, New York
Bill Hemmer was well-known for collaborating for the CNN team but now was an influential Fox News Channel personality. He hosted the American Newsroom and seemed to be able for a promising career to manage his income. It was clear if you stared at his house more closely. As Bill shifted confidently from CNN to Fox News he purchased and loved the beautiful Sag Harbor home. It was developed two decades ago and occupies an area of approximately two acres and four bedrooms.
Lester Holt – Est. $6.4 Million, Manhattan, New York
In 2007, Lester Holt decided to purchase a beautiful apartment in Manhattan. The host purchased it all and marketed it at the original price twice. We might claim that it was a fantastic decision to create an income. We might identify the position as Lester’s luxury residence. We could stand on the balcony, and we could see crowds at Madison Square Park. The bathroom was marbled. Lester served as a journalist in the NBC and is mentioned in NBC Nightly News.
Chris Wallace – Est. $3.5 Million, Washington, DC
Chris Wallace had a good industry career. He received several awards such as the Emmy Awards. Chris was professional, particularly when he came to the field of democracy. As he returned from his job, though, he would have a friendship with his dad. We may not be sure of the true worth of his land but may presume that Chris invested a lot of money building a double story house in Washington, DC. The host felt it was a suitable residence for him and his family when he wanted to retire.
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
The kind of woman that might reside in a dark-colored house was not Martha MacCallum. A vibrant and lively location was the home that she needed. The dark pinewood house in which she stayed became a dynamic home in which to work. We might tell that staying there was pleasant, particularly when summer arrived. We were not sure about the expense of her estate, though. The only thing we could claim was that Martha had invested millions on her properties. We were able to see Martha as the Fox News anchor.
Brian Stelter — Est. $329k, Manhattan
He was the chief correspondent of the media, Brian Stelter. Credible Sources also held the display. Jamie Shupak, NY1 New York TV anchovy, married the writer. Your home was nice for a family to move in at Lincoln Square. If we needed to see their house, Jamie’s Instagram could be reviewed.
Bob Beckel – Price Undisclosed, Brookmont
A previous Fox News commentator who served for 708 episodes was Bob Beckel. The commentator wanted to quit CNN owing to issues with fitness. Bob’s podcast was called Beckel’s bob cast in 2018 as well. The host was a politician. The residence in Brookmont was chic. We may claim the host spent a great deal of money on his house. A house where we could remain calming was challenging to locate. We may conclude that in his life, Beckel flourished.
Charles Osgood – Est. $2.1 Million, France
When he was employed, Charles Osgood stayed in New York. He had a house in France, though, which he was fond of. It was the place where Charles was able to unwind, and the people there were kind. Charles also said the atmosphere was comfortable, the weather was good, and he was willing to eat more food than he used to enjoy. Charles was a television journalist, and Sunday Morning as part of Horton Hears a Who and CBS News. He wanted to retire after being good in his profession,
Amy Robach – Est. $9.975 Million, Florida
Amy Robach was seen at 20/20, Today, and Good Morning America, with a million spectators. She had a successful career which made her own a Florida property. The host owned property of $9,975 million, which contains five bedrooms. It was reported, however, that the famous host bought it in 2008 for $11.75 million. It had a big gap in the market valuation and how she bought it.
Eric Bolling –Est. $2.7 million, Demarest, New Jersey
Eric Bolling was a political commentator, renowned TV figure and host of Cashin’ In. In 2017, the commentator had some scandals and complaints that Eric was asked to leave in the Fox News. He even followed the channel, and still lived in luxury life. In Demarest, New Jersey, the TV personality had a huge property. The cost of the site is 2,7 million dollars. The location had 4 toilets, 4 bedrooms, 3 fireplaces, a theater, a bar and an elevator.
Andrew Napolitano — Est. $5 Million New Jersey
The youngest judge was Andre Napolitano. He was also a columnist and worked for The Washington Times, Fox News and many other journals. The columnist has succeeded and acquired his properties. The farmhouse in New Jersey and Manhattan was situated. We knew that the farm was making maple syrup. Andre had $9 million in net value. The judge would have no difficulty in maintaining any property that he had.
Norah O’Donnell – Est. $865k, New York
One of the journalists in this industry was Norah O’Donnell. Because of her excellent performance, she won two Emmy Awards. The journalist may still be 45 years old, and she had savings of $8 million. This morning we could see her on CBS and MSNBC Live. Norah was also an excellent reporter and a mother of her three children.
Mike Ditka – Est. $3 Million, Florida
Mike Ditka was recognized in the National Football League as an ex-NFL coach. After all his success, he owned a Florida property worth $3 million. The athlete played for the Cowboys of Dallas, the Eagles of Philadelphia and the Chicago Bears. The former NFL superstar grew older every day and had a heart attack before. Even if he survived, Mike’s insurance would cover all the expenses.
Barbara Eden – Est. $8,500/month, Beverly Hills
One of the well-known actresses in Hollywood was Barbara. Barbara was 87 at the moment and might choose to retire from her job. However, when she played a role in I Dream of Jeannie, her name was known to all individuals in the 1960s to 1970s. Another show called Jeannie’s I Dream, which raised her reputation was also successful after fifteen years. The present value of her estate was not yet known, and it was estimated to be around a million dollars because it was located in the Beverly hills.
Cher – Estimated $45 Million, Malibu
Cher had a stylish Renaissance villa. The ownership of the property, however, has been altered. Beyoncé, who now owns 16,000 square feet of property. While the property was on sale, the singer and her husband were planning on buying a rustic Italian-style house. We could say that Cher thought of purchasing an in-house insurance premium 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 Crémé de la Creme, Big Apple, which could be seen in Tribeca, NY. We couldn’t believe that for just a 2-bedroom loft, Diane Kruger would buy an expensive property in a well-known location. The property only had two bedrooms and several amenities, which were available for 4.2 million dollars. Only because Kruger Apartment was in a high profile position, the homeowner could give low price insurance.
Rob Gronkowski – Estimated $2.2 Million, Boston
Although the New England Patriots had a bad image, Rob Gronkowski still thought his 2,063 square-foot villa was still his haven. He owned a penthouse worth $2.2 million that had everything we could dream of. There was a private rooftop deck in the penthouse, a 2-bedroom house, an outside workspace, where Rob concealed his safe that might have been stolen. We just prayed that he had insurance for real estate. We knew it was a serious matter to be burglarized. It was essential if we had that property to get homeowner insurance.
Forest Whitaker – Est. $4.3 million, Hollywood Hills
In the Last King of Scotland, we had never forgotten the Idi Amin. It was the role that Forest Whitaker was playing. The actor has won several awards, such as the Guild of Screen Actors, the BAFTA, the Golden Globe, and the Academy Award. The actor and his wife, Keisha Nash Whitaker, got a Hollywood compound worth $ 1.5 million and put it on the market for $4.3 million. There were 11 bathrooms, 11 bedrooms, a lounge and a dining room, a kitchen, a swimming pool, a cinema, and the size was 4,705 square feet.