With age comes wisdom...and fabulous real estate.
These celebrities have wised up and settled down into some seriously smart, seriously luxe real estate. Take a look at the 24 of the most over-the-top, glamorous pads in Hollywood, belonging to celebs over 40.
Cindy Crawford and her husband Rande Gerber haggled this five-bed, six-bath home in Beverly Hills, CA, down from to a reasonable $11.625 million. Measuring 5,386 square feet, the mid-century modern home was built in the luxurious Trousdale neighborhood.
Kris Jenner enlisted Jeff Andrews to fully renovate her in 2015. The decadent home — complete with black-and-white marble floors and multiple chandeliers — serves as the set for her family's famous show.
Jon Hamm paid $2.5 million for this New York City Apartment in 2013, and his two-bathroom pad in a landmarked Rosario Candela-designed building is now available for rent. The Mad Men actor is offering his swanky penthouse for .
Comedian Rosie O’Donnell dropped $8 million on this in Manhattan. The 3,600-square-foot home has a 1,620-square-foot private rooftop terrace, which comes with an integrated sound and lighting system and spectacular views of the city. Inside, there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a granite fireplace, and wide oak floors. Most importantly, this apartment has both a 70-bottle wine refrigerator and a Swedish sauna.
Ellen Degeneres, the reigning real estate queen of Hollywood, purchased her palatial Santa Barbara mansion for $18.6 million. At 6,000 square feet, the Carpinteria beachfront property has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, and one unbelievable view.
Former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez built an 11,877-square-foot getaway in Coral Gables, Florida that includes an indoor basketball court, as well as a seriously good art collection.
Talk show host and Siweb cover star Andy Cohen hired interior designer Eric Hughes and architect Gordon Kahn to help him combine three West Village apartments in a circa-1931 Bing & Bing building in New York City. The end result is a smashing mix of patterns (think: fuchsia cherries on gold lamé) and themes that somehow harmonize perfectly.
Bruce Willis, his wife Emma Hemming Willis, and their two daughters live in a Craftsman-style house in Bedford Hills, New York. The property has a tree house in the backyard for the kids to play in and an impressive indoor wine cellar, because sometimes life calls for both.
The Colombian actress is basically killing it: She's been the for two years running, she's a spokesperson for Cover Girl and Diet Pepsi, and she has a clothing line at Kmart. And now Vergara is the owner of a 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom . As if that weren't enough good fortune for one lifetime, she's engaged to .
Bronx native J.Lo is back in her hometown, but this time she's calling Manhattan home in her massive new 6,500-square-foot duplex that she picked up for a whopping $22 million.
Once California cool Cameron Diaz married her rocker counterpart Benji Madden, it was unclear where the couple will settle down, but her gorgeous Manhattan apartment designed by Kelly Wearstler isn't a bad option.
Leo's casa es su casa...for a price. The star is renting out his six-bedroom, seven-and-a-half bath Palm Springs estate (which also includes a guest house, tennis court, and pool) for $4,500 a night.
It's hard to keep track of what Mr. Combs wants to be called (Puffy, Diddy, Puff Daddy, P. Diddy), but now that he's dropped on an eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom, 17,000-square-foot European villa in Holmby Hills, it's clear that he can afford to be called whatever he wants.
A dreamy 19th-century colonial mansion in Bedford, New York, is a fitting castle for Hollywood royalty Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas. The A-listers paid $11.25 million for the eight-bedroom, 15,458-square-foot estate, also known as Lionwalk.
The Grey's Anatomy star and his makeup artist wife, Jillian, added to their real estate holdings (they also have a $7 million Malibu home) with the purchase of a "micro-compound" in the Venice Beach area of Los Angeles for $1.9 million. The property includes a one-bedroom apartment and a separate office with a private entrance, another three-story residence.
The talk show host and Today show alum has purchased a penthouse on Central Park West that was . It has three to four bedrooms (depending on whether she uses one as an office), four full bathrooms, and a 550-square-foot- terrace from which she can take in stunning views of the park. But the real question is: Does like his new digs?
The iconic crooner picked up a five-bedroom and 6.5-bathroom, 6,590-square-foot home in Tarzana, California, . There might have been a bidding war, since the property was last listed for $3.995 million.
Supermodel, mogul, and Tyra Banks listed her two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom . She purchased her unit in the pre-war building for $2,102,686 in March 2005.
After playing an interior designer on “Will & Grace” for eight seasons and counting, we wonder if Debra Messing will channel her character’s style when decorating her , four-bedroom prewar Upper East Side apartment.
The 90210 alum has listed her 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom Malibu home with a lagoon-style pool and ocean views . She listed a second Malibu home for $3.995 million in 2009.
The actress has been on a for the past few years, and her latest acquisition is a three-to-four bedroom, two-bathroom1931 Spanish-style home in Los Feliz, California, for $1.26 million.
The Law & Order: SVU star has purchased a five-bedroom, four-bathroom Hollywood Hills home for $5.25 million. The house has a screening room, pool, gym, and possibly .