Celebrity Homes: An Inside Look

Want to take a peek inside the glamorous homes of your favorite actors, musicians and athletes? Browse photos of celebrity homes and discover their luxurious amenities.

Mark Wahlberg

Mark Wahlberg’s knockout property in Beverly Hills features a resort-style pool and a two-story gym with a boxing ring, where the actor trained for his role in The Fighter.

Bruce Willis

The actor’s Beverly Hills home exudes Spanish charm with arched doorways, a tile roof and an enticing courtyard. In the living room, exposed ceiling beams and arched door frames create depth and a classic hacienda vibe.

Jennifer Aniston

Actress Jennifer Aniston and beau Justin Theroux rented this Los Angeles pad for about a year and a half. Originally designed in 1962 by modern architect Hal Levitt, the home features a lagoon-style pool, an outdoor kitchen, his-and-hers baths and a temperature-controlled wine room.


The R&B superstar celebrated her 26th birthday at this contemporary mountain-view mansion in Aspen, Colo. A 30-foot-high water wall feature makes a grand statement in the home’s contemporary entryway.


This favorite celebrity vacation rental in Kailua, Hawaii, blends elements of nature with luxurious amenities to create a world-class residence with approximately 17,994 square feet of living space. Beyonce, Jay Z and Jessica Simpson have all stayed at this incredible home, while Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam was married here.

Eddie Murphy

Called the “Crown Jewel of Los Lagos,” this 17,851-square-foot estate was owned by actor Eddie Murphy from 1998 to 2007. The property boasts an infinity pool, a tennis court and a game room.

Celine Dion

The Grammy-winning superstar custom built her Bahamian-style estate in Jupiter, Fla., in 2010. The resort-like property features three swimming pools, a mini water park and a lazy river.

Bob Hope

Built in 1939 for comedian Bob Hope, this exceptional Toluca Lake home was originally designed by architect Robert Finkelhor and remodeled in the 1950s by architect John Elgin Woolf. Think of all the Hollywood glitterati that have doubtless dined in this room.

Lauren Conrad

The fashionista and television personality’s Spanish-style home was featured on MTV’s The Hills. Built in the 1920s, the home has been tastefully renovated while keeping its vintage charm.

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert

Known as Villa Fiona, this Los Angeles mansion has been rented by celebrities like Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, Adam Levine, Heidi Klum and RuPaul. The lavish finishes were done by Florentine painter and restorer Antonio D’Atellis, who also worked on the Vatican.

Jodie Foster

Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster has owned this charming Spanish-style home since 1997. We imagine the Silence of the Lambs star has spent many warm summer evenings relaxing in this secluded outdoor living space.

Maria Bello

Built in 1915, actress Maria Bello’s Craftsman-style home is chic, cozy and situated in a sought-after location in Venice, Calif. The dining room’s unique details include chocolate-colored walls, persimmon swag drapes and original, refinished wood flooring.

Sheryl Crow

Singer Sheryl Crow’s private compound sits on more than 10 acres of land perched above the heart of Hollywood. The main home is a Spanish Revival that has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths that have been remodeled and restored.

Donna Karan

The iconic fashion designer’s tropical vacation getaway is set on a secluded resort island called Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos. Comprising two villas, the home features European walnut floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and vast views of white, sandy beaches and the turquoise Caribbean.

Pete Sampras

Set in a gated community in Thousand Oaks, Calif., the tennis star’s home is equipped with spectacular entertaining spaces and athletic facilities fit for a champion. A fireplace and custom lighting lend an inviting, elegant look to the living room.

Jane Fonda

The two-time Academy Award-winning actress purchased this property in 2000. Located on the banks of Pecos River, the 2,300-acre ranch has a 9,600-square-foot main house, an equestrian center, a hacienda/guesthouse, a log house and a rancher’s house.

Ron Howard

The Oscar-winning director’s 33-acre estate in Greenwich, Conn., includes a 17,000-square-foot house with six bedrooms, five baths, an indoor pool and tennis court, a lake, a horse arena and a two-bedroom guesthouse. It also enjoys views of the 140-acre Converse Lake.

Howard Hughes

Known as Summertide, this 5.5-acre property on Lake Tahoe was once owned by eccentric businessman, aviator and filmmaker Howard Hughes. The Adirondack-style estate sits on 500 feet of frontage on the famous lake and has a buoy and a pier to maximize waterfront living.

Joel Schumacher

Perched on five acres with ocean, mountain and valley views, film director Joel Schumacher’s one-of-a-kind rustic compound was built in 2000 and later featured in Architectural Digest. The director hired architect Don Nulty to design the home, which features reclaimed wood from several 200-year-old barns.

Bob Hope

Designed in 1973 by famed architect John Lautner, comedian Bob Hope’s iconic “volcano house” boasts a dramatic concave copper roof that circles the property and opens at the center, allowing guests a view of the night sky and a 360-degree view of the surrounding Coachella Valley.

Kenny Rogers

Located at the pinnacle of a long, private, gated driveway on a rare street-to-street lot, the famous “Liongate Estate” offers separate gated entrances on two of the most exclusive streets in Bel Air. A host of celebrities, including country star Kenny Rogers, once called the mansion home.

Michael McDonald

Comedian and MADtv star Michael McDonald spent several years renovating this villa in the Hollywood Hills. Some updates the funnyman made include adding two new kitchens (one inside, one out), two master suites and an outdoor spa and cabana.

Peter Facinelli and Jennie Garth

Twilight‘s Peter Facinelli and 90210‘s Jennie Garth sold this luxurious home in Toluca Lake, Calif., to The Big Bang Theory co-creator Bill Prady. The residence was built by well-known California architect Paul Williams in 1937 and still maintains its classic charm.

Al Capone

In 1928, notorious gangster Al Capone purchased this Miami estate for just $40,000, adding a guesthouse, a cabana and a 30-by-60 foot swimming pool — the largest in the area at the time. The Palm Island property faces 100 feet of water frontage.

HGTV.com | 2016