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10 Celebrity Houses Before And After Fame



Many celebrities have the luxury of owning multiple homes, each more extravagant than the last. Looking at before and after pictures of celebrity houses can be inspiring, giving us a glimpse into their tastes, design, and glamorous lifestyles. Celebrity homes often undergo stunning transformations from simple and cozy to luxurious. Some celebrities renovate and update their existing properties, while others completely tear down and rebuild from scratch. Whether it’s a sleek modern mansion or a charming vintage cottage, celebrity houses always make a statement.

According to statistics, the most beautiful homes in the world are owned by Hollywood stars. So we’ve collected 10 Celebrity houses before and after fame.


1. Eminem

Eminem, an American rapper, grew up in a working-class Detroit space that was mostly black. His youth house appeared on his 2000 and 2013 Marshall Mathers LP studio albums. Unfortunately, the house is currently in a condition of disrepair. He currently resides in Rochester Hills, Detroit, in a 15,129-square-foot house. The home has 9 bedrooms, 21 rooms, a tennis court, a lake, a pool, a launch dock, and a five-car garage. This house was purchased by Eminem for $4.75 million US dollars back in 2003.


2. Rihanna

Most know Rihanna was raised in Saint Michael, Barbados, in a modest shack with her parents and her two brothers, Rorrey and Rajad. During her worldwide ascent to fame, Rihanna purchased a 6.8 million dollar house in Los Angeles that covers about 7,130 square feet and includes six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. She has, it turns out, apparently been living in London for the last several years and has her Los Angeles property rented out for $35,000 a month following a failed attempt to sell it.

3. Jimmy Fallon

Fallon was born in Brooklyn’s Bay Ridge area and became one of the most well-known late-night presenters and comedians of his day. However, Fallon used to live in his parent’s humble two-story suburban home in Saugerties, New York, before he purchased his luxurious 3,500-square-foot, 5.7-million-dollar property in Sagaponack, Long Island, New York, which has a pool, horse stables, and many other luxuries.


4. Taylor Swift

Although Taylor Swift is well-known for owning so many homes that it’s difficult to keep track of them all, she views Nashville, Tennessee, where she has lived since she was ten, as her hometown. She lived in a three-story home with her family before becoming well-known; it was roomy, elegant, and, most importantly, cozy. Now, she bought a penthouse in Nashville back in 2009 for 2 million dollars—a two-story penthouse that has three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. She stays here while she’s in Nashville, where she usually hangs out with her kitties and watches movies.

5. Arnold Schwarzenegger

The humble yellow two-story house where the famous actor, former governor, and retired bodybuilder was born and raised in Thal, Austria, is now a museum dedicated to Arnold’s life and all of his achievements, rather than a place of residence. Today, Arnold lives in Brentwood, Los Angeles, California, in a 14,500-square-foot property with seven beds and ten bathrooms that also includes a pool, a tennis court, a gym (duh! ), and a luxurious home office that he purchased back in the early 2000s.


6. Beyoncé

Beyoncé was born and raised in Houston, Texas. Her old home was a two-story red brick family house, somewhat modest in size but rather beautiful. Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z moved into a 90 million-dollar house in Los Angeles, California, in 2017. The property was designed by architect Paul McClean. According to reports, the 30,000-square-foot property has a basketball court, four pool sections, a 15-car garage, bulletproof glass, and more.

7. Ariana Grande

Grande looks to have been famous her entire life, making her one of the list’s youngest successful people. Grande grew up in a relatively luxurious home in Boca Raton, Florida, which was not just modern and spacious but also had a swimming pool. Her parents were business owners. Grande allegedly paid close to $14 million for an upgraded Hollywood Hills property, including a fitness center, a 300-bottle wine cellar, panoramic views of Los Angeles, and a swimming pool, after becoming famous.


8. Miley Cyrus

Miley lives at her $4.95 million Hidden Hills mansion, which she got in 2018. With six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, the about 6,000-square-foot house has six beds. Besides usual services, such as an opulent living room with an outdoor terrace and a large gourmet kitchen, the house also has a home theater, a pool area, an outdoor patio and fireplace, and an undeveloped, fenced-off hillside area that may be used to house her beloved horses.

9. Angelina Jolie

Angelina was born in Los Angeles, California into a family of actors, her childhood house in Snedens Landing, New York, was rather large, with four bedrooms and two acres of private grounds.

Now, Angelina Jolie’s house is a stunning property located in Los Angeles, California. The actress and humanitarian purchased the home in 2017 for a reported $25 million. The house is situated on a sprawling estate with lush gardens, a pool, and stunning views of the city below. The interior of the home is luxurious and spacious, with multiple bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a home theater. The property also includes a separate guest house and a fitness center. Angelina Jolie’s house is a true Hollywood gem, reflecting her style and elegance.

10. LeBron James

LeBron James, one of the greatest Basketball NBA players of all time, owns a luxurious mansion in Brentwood, LA, that is worth an estimated $36.8 million. The stunning property features eight bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, a home theater, a cigar room, and a wine cellar. The mansion also boasts a tennis court, a pool, and breathtaking views of the city and the ocean. In addition to his Los Angeles home, James also owns other properties in Ohio and Miami. His lavish lifestyle and impressive real estate portfolio are a testament to his hard work and success both on and off the basketball court.


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