When you're a celebrity, nothing is off limits when it comes to your home. From a putting green in Jennifer Lopez's mansion, to Taylor Swift's massive, climate-controlled wine cellar, these jaw-dropping homes overflow with luxury.
If you're a guest of Kourtney Kardashian, you're guaranteed to experience an enjoyable stay. The star, who happens to have a passion for interior design, worked with Martyn Lawrence-Bullard to craft an inviting guest room that could easily be mistaken for a luxurious hotel suite. From the custom bed and oversized Moroccan rug, to the Rose Tarlow bedside tables topped with glass carafes, to the black-and-white photograph of Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol by Steve Schapiro, no detail was overlooked.
Taylor Swift is known for her portfolio of incredible homes. One of the most impressive properties she's owned is a Beverly Hills ranch that embodies the aesthetic of 1950's mid-century modern Hollywood designs. The airy home, which has floor-to-ceiling glass, features four bedrooms and four bathrooms. But that's not all it has to offer. One of its most luxurious amenities is a 1000-bottle, climate-controlled wine cellar. As stunning as the home was, Swift decided to list in May of 2018. It sold for $2.65 million in September.
Kim Kardashian West and her husband, Kanye, purchased a $20 million estate in Hidden Hills in 2014 right after listing their unfinished Bel Air mansion. The eight-bedroom property includes two pools, two spas, and its own vineyard.
Why settle for golfing at a country club when you can bring the sport right to your home? That's just what Jennifer Lopez did when she purchased a $22 million NoMad penthouse, including a putting green on the roof deck as part of its 3,000 square feet of outdoor space.
It's been reported that Beyonce and Jay Z had their eyes set on an $85 million Beverly Hills mansion that featured a sweet surprise—a candy room. If that's the case, we're pretty sure the superstar couple's three children are in for a treat.
When you're a Kardashian, amenities are serious business. Kendall Jenner's luxurious Beverly Hills , which she purchased for $8.55 million in 2017, is complete with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a spa, pool, playground, movie theater, and tennis court.
When Lady Gaga gets the urge to bowl, she doesn't even have to leave home. The entertainer reportedly has a bowling alley in her Malibu, California, home. The home has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and the European-inspired property is equipped with a bocce ball court, wine cellar, stables, and a saltwater pool.
Kylie Jenner is no stranger to the real estate world. Her third home, a 13,200-square-f0ot Cape Cod-style property in Hidden Hills, has eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and a spa room. But one of the home's most impressive features is a custom closet that was designed for one of her biggest obsessions—designer handbags. The luxe, ultra-organized space boasts six floor-to-ceiling shelves just for the star's collection, including Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Gucci.
Actor Bruce Willis and his family enjoy spending time in their spacious Bedford Hills, New York, home. The property is complete with a tree house for the Willis' children, a wine cellar, a lush vegetable-and-herb garden, and an impressive outdoor pool, among other amenities.
Supermodel Coco Rocha and her husband, James Conran, are the proud owners of a sprawling Tudor-style farmhouse located 60 miles north of New York City. The couple purchased the 7,000-square-foot property to serve as the headquarters for their , but it's also where they spend downtime on weekends. There are a total of nine bedrooms and six bathrooms, everything from modern furniture to graphic art.
In 2014, Khloe Kardashian purchased a 9,214-square-foot Los Angeles home from pop star Justin Bieber. The spacious property features a 200-bottle wine cellar, six fireplaces, a pool, a guesthouse and two garages.
Fashion icon Ralph Lauren just celebrated his brand's 50th anniversary, so it's no surprise that his much-talked-about Double RL Ranch in Colorado is a sight to behold. Not only does the acreage of Lauren's ranch exceed the total area of Manhattan—it's complete with a main lodge, several cabins, hand-painted canvas tepees, and a screening room.
Curious about a star's idea of a backyard? Look no further than Celine Dion's former Jupiter Island, Florida, house. The property's backyard includes three pools and a waterpark.
Hospitality entrepreneur David Grutman is known for Miami hot spots including LIV, Story, and Komodo, but his eclectic home is arguably most impressive of all. Nestled in the waterways of Miami's Sunset Islands, the property is a true reflection of the nightlife icon's larger-than-life personality. It features everything from an old-school gum ball machine to a LEGO installation by Dante Dentoni. He uses the waterway out back as a parking spot for the "SS Groot," Grutman's boat that he uses to entertain friends and big-name talent.
Yves Saint Laurent's famed Villa Oasis is everything you'd imagine it to be. The Marrakech compound sits on six acres of highly-manicured gardens, with interiors that are praised for the ornate, hand-decorated walls, marble flooring, and more.
Look to Entertainment Tonight host Keltie Knight for the right way to design a master bedroom. The self-proclaimed design buff collaborated with designer Kylee Trunck to craft an eclectic black and white bedroom that exudes a mix of East Coast chicness and California cool. From its high ceilings and exposed beams to its show-stopping bed, the TV personality's bedroom is truly as inviting as it gets.
Actress Courtney Cox's private Malibu retreat has all you'd ever want in a home. Renovated by architect Michael Kovac and designed by Trip Haenisch, the sleek, modernist home includes guest cottages, a tennis house, a screening room, and a luxurious outdoor area complete with a custom-made banquette and a teak-and-steel lava-rock fire pit.
Michael Jordan's Highland Park estate is recognized as the most expensive home in Illinois, so it's no surprise that the property would include a full-sized basketball court that doesn't disappoint.
Step inside actress Marisa Tomei's Manhattan apartment and you'll find nothing but elevated design and chic furniture, including a vintage marble-topped dining table and a pink Milo Baughman swivel chair. The star, who admits to having a serious furniture addiction, even chose to purchase the apartment next door to indulge in her passion for statement decor finds.
Stylist to the stars Lori Goldstein knows exactly what's needed in a custom closet. Goldstein enlisted interior designer Joe D’Urso and worked with California Closets to craft a hyper-organized space to house her impressive collection of clothes, shoes, designer handbags, and jewelry. Highlights of the space include built-in drawers topped with white marble, wall-to-wall leopard carpeting, and a gorgeous pouf.
Bill Gates reportedly has a 2,500-square-foot trampoline room in his Medina, Washington home (which has been referred to as Xanadu 2.0). The space has 20-foot ceilings, an exercise area with locker rooms, a sauna, and a steam room.
For TV producer Ellen Rakieten's Chicago family home, designers Nate Berkus and Anne Coyle had no other choice but to include a basketball room for her sons, Zack and Nicky. Other highlights in her home include a custom brass dining table, a library with unique artwork, and a spacious living room furnished with vintage finds.
Rock star Lindsey Buckingham never has to leave home when he wants to practice his craft. Buckingham's Los Angeles property, which was designed by architect Kevin A. Clark, has its own recording studio.
Basketball star Lebron James' former waterfront Miami mansion was equipped with a custom theater, wine cellar, and even a dock for two yachts.
Catherine Deneuve is known for her classic sense of style, but her chateau, which is outside of Paris, is just as attention-worthy. The sprawling property was designed by Belgium landscape-phenom Jacques Wirtz. Along with the 1,200 square-meter chateau that's wrapped by a moat, there are four master bedroom suites, multiple guest rooms, a sauna, and a cinema.