It does not come off as a surprise that celebrities generally have extravagant homes that can only be dreamed of by people like us. From the Beverly Hills mansions to the fantastic beach houses we can only hope to have someday, it seems like the luxury of these celebs doesn’t seem to run out! Let us have a look at some of the best homes for celebrities!
Anderson Cooper — Est. $3.1 Million, The Hamptons
Anderson Cooper is also regarded as an author and a media host, apart from being an American television journalist. For quite some time now, he has been with CNN and hosts Anderson Cooper 360 Degree as its main anchor. He was the first gay man to moderate the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Without fear of going bankrupt, Cooper could comfortably afford to buy a home for millions of dollars.
Dana Perino – Price Undisclosed, South Carolina
In 2007-2009, Dana Perino received praise as the White House Press Secretary to former U.S. President George W. Bush. Perino graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from Colorado State University-Pueblo, with minors in political science and Spanish. While her official residence is in NYC, her estate at Palmetto Bluff is closely knit. As she is closer to nature on the farm, the South Carolina Estate is a good getaway from urban life.
Anastasia Karanikolaou- $16 Million, Los Angeles
Anastasia Karanikolaou, famously known online as “Stassiebaby,” showed the world her beautiful mansion and showed her passion for design, which she definitely did an amazing job. She is not only good at designing, but she is professional in the kitchen as well! She wanted to share some of her recipes and tips for health and other items as the quarantine went on. She said that despite having a cloud couch that costs around $4,000, her house is “getting there.”
Wolf Blitzer — Bethesda, Maryland, Est. $1.34 Million
Since the 1990s, Wolf Blitzer has been highly respected as a CNN journalist and is a renowned reporter and the host of The Situation Room, and a leading political reporter on the network. While he has won several awards in his life, his critics have called his opinions “humorless.” The renowned journalist has lived in a house he bought in Bethesda, Maryland, for $710,000 since 1989. With the house price rising to $1.34 million, it seems that Blitzer and his wife are not going anywhere too quickly.
Jake Tapper – Est. $1.4 million, Washington, D.C
Jake Tapper made a name for himself as a cartoonist and an author over 50 years ago. He’s now Washington’s CNN chief correspondent, who appears as the host of the talk show. Though earning big amounts of money, Tapper is in a happy marriage. It was confirmed that the American journalist sold his Washington home at an approximate price of 1.4 million dollars. For a 3000-square-foot estate, this is not too bad.
Kylie Jenner- $36.5 Million, Los Angeles
You should probably check it out right now on Kylie’s Instagram feed if you haven’t seen it yet. You can be sure that Stormi is living the best of her mother’s life, from the pink lighting to the kid’s camping room, complete with bunk beds with TVs of her own. Kylie’s home also has its pool, gym, and a lot more than we could keep track of, to add to that!
Tucker Carlson –Est. $2.4 million. Washington D.C.
Tucker became popular as a print journalist with the stories he wrote for The Weekly Standard. He has won great net worth as a political analyst for none other than Fox News, and he has been working on this for more than ten years. He’s also well known for hosting the Tucker Carlson Tonight political talk show for Fox News. The news is that recently, a conservative congressman laid hands on a beautiful property in Washington D.C. With five bedrooms, 6 and 1⁄2 bathrooms, fireplaces in each room, and potentially a gourmet kitchen, it’s almost 7400 square feet. An enclosed swimming pool is also in the main house.
Ann Coulter – Est.$577K, New York City
While being a lawyer, columnist, and political commentator, Ann Coulter still had the time to write 12 books that became best-sellers. It is undeniable that she was embroiled in many controversies, despite having a good career that won her a lot of money. She has owned a lovely NYC property for many years, and in Manhattan, she owns a 1,400-square-meter-wide two-bedroom home. Coulter also owns two other houses in Florida and Los Angeles, aside from the home that was mentioned earlier.
Jeanine Pirro — Est. $4.9 Million, Harrison
The Fox TV star is definitely not a newbie to the showbiz world. Buying and selling luxury homes is not an unusual thing for them to do, much like numerous prominent individuals who earn a LOT of money, and Jeanine Pirro is no different after she sold her customized home in Harrison for over $4.9 million. The house was a seven-bedroom, Italian-style house with marble floors. A remote-controlled electric driveway that used to be packed with expensive vehicles from Pirro is also included.
Joe Scarborough – Est. $3.69 Million, New Canaan
Charles Joseph Scarborough is an American cable news host. He and his partner, Mika Brzezinski, are currently co-hosting Morning Joe on MSNBC. He hosted Scarborough Nation on the same networks before. For an entirely different reason, the former United States Representative made headlines. Recently, Scarborough sold his home in New Canaan at around $3.69 million, $400.00 less than the first selling price. There were five bedrooms in that 2.6-acre building.
Jesse Watters – Price Unknown, Long Island
Thanks to his hard work, Jesse Watters could ascend the ranks from being a fundamental production assistant to a dapper-political analyst. In the political talk show, he often showed up in The O’Reilly Factor and was known for his man-on-the-street interviews, featured in his show segment, “Watters’ World. He could buy any house he wants in this world thanks to his huge income. He lived on his Long Island Home with his wife Noella Watters, but in 2017 they divorced later.
Erica Hill – Est. $695K, Upstate New York
As a journalist, Erica Hill made a name for herself. As the top reporter for CNN, she is currently earning a lot of cash. Erica always goes to her dream place in her New York City home if she has the opportunity to relax on the weekends. She loves sitting on the porch and taking in the fresh air during her free time. Hill had her house styled on the inside, all in coral and blue.
Shepard Smith — Est. $3.95 Million, New York
Shepard Smith, recognized nationally as an anchor for Fox News, is currently 57 and does not seem to be about to stop there! For a high price of $4 million, he initially listed his Greenwich Village condominium to profit from his money. In May 2004, he initially bought the property for a total of $1,875 million, but nobody approved the offer. He later reduced the price to $3.95 again, but no one purchased it, just as before, leading him to withdraw the property in 2012.
Brit Hume – Est. $1.925 Million, Virginia
Brit Hume is selling his house in… you guessed it! In Hume, Virginia! Anyone with a good sense of humor should consider purchasing this house. He is currently selling his property of 72 acres for just $1,925,000, which is a steal given how spectacular the view will be in the city. He contributed a lot to Fox News on Sunday. He will have an excellent time after his retirement after enjoying an incredibly successful career and thinking about it.
Elisabeth Hasselback – Est. $4.7 Million, Greenwich, CT
Although the popular TV host Elisabeth Hasselbeck retired from the world of TV, many people still remember her work as The View’s host and Fox and Friends eventually. Elisabeth agreed to sell her Greenwich estate for the price of $4.7 million after retiring from TV in 2015. She invested $4.7 million worth of money she received from her Greenwich home to her new home in Nashville.
Cynthia McFadden – Est. $6 million, New York City
Cynthia McFadden has her house on sale at the moment. It’s 4,240 sq. The house has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. You will definitely be impressed by the beautiful home, and McFadden has done an excellent job of maintaining the property. To keep you warm in winter, a home office, a landscaped terrace, an upper deck, and three fireplaces are open. At the cost of $6 million, we assume that someone with the money is sure to buy the property right away.
George Stephanopoulos — $6.5 Million, Manhattan Apartment
George Stephanopoulos is one of the faces that can be seen in Good Morning America. Right now, with author-actress Alexandra Wentworth, he is loving his married life, where they have two daughters together. The couple is focused on investing in property, and we can guarantee you that their company will earn a lot. We hope that both of them will be able to make changes in the future, not just for themselves, but also for their children!
Bill O’Reilly – Est. $3 million, Long Island
Before they eventually fired him, Bill O’Reilly was a journalist for Fox News for many years. He may not have had the greatest moments in his later career for his generation, but the fact that he had a net income of $85 million indicates how fantastic his performance was at the height of his excellence. No one can tell how precious his home could be, but if there’s one thing that’s certain about it, it’s because his home is massive! You can easily say that the expense of his house is over a million dollars!
Mika Brzezinski – Est. $2.095 million, Westchester
Mika Brzezinski is an American journalist, presenter of talk shows, liberal political analyst, and author who is currently co-hosting Morning Joe, MSNBC’s weekday morning broadcast show. She was previously a correspondent for CBS News, and during the morning of the September 11 attacks, she was their primary “Ground Zero” reporter. At an approximate expense of $2,095,000, Brzezinski placed her Westchester property up for sale. The estate is 4102 sq. Ft. longhouse, including seven bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Sean Hannity – $8.5 Million, New York
Sean Patrick Hannity is a conservative political analyst and American talk show host. Hannity is the host of a nationally syndicated talk radio program called The Sean Hannity Show. He also hosts Hannity, a commentary program, on Fox News. Its 11,000 square foot property is known to be worth about $8.5 million, consisting of seven separate suites, a swimming pool, a tennis court, and not less than seven and a half bathrooms.
Rachel Maddow – $605K, Massachusetts
Rachel Maddow bought this pre-civil war farmhouse for the price of $605,000 back in 2013. The two-bedroom, one-bathroom colonial-style cabin, built in 1869, sits on an 11.86-acre lot. The main house of the property includes an attached garage and a fireplace. Rachel was able to provide a separate bathhouse at the rear of the property with an architect’s aid. They could have attached the room to the house, but Maddow did not want to alter its structure.
Diana Ross – $39.5 Million, Connecticut
The famous singer lives in a private house a few minutes away from downtown Greenwich in Connecticut, located in a private enclave. The mansion has terraces linking each room to large lawns, a spiral staircase adorning the wall with Rembrandts, and a living room featuring panels from the 18th century. There is also a greenhouse in the 12,562 square-foot home, complete with a tennis court, a spa, and two carriage houses.
Diane Sawyer – Est. $4.6 million, New York City
Diane Sawyer is an American TV broadcast journalist known while at ABC News for anchoring major programs on two networks, including ABC World News Tonight, Good Morning America, 20/20, and Primetime Newsmagazine. Diane’s country-style French home offers a stunning view of the Hudson River. In the formal dining hall, the house also has a fireplace and another fireplace in the spacious living space. Diane’s old house is in the Palisades of New York and costs $4.6 million or so.
Celine Dion – $65 Million, Florida
Are you aware that the net worth of the Canadian singer is roughly $380 million? For sure, in contrast to her net worth, her spectacular water park mansion pales. Her Bahamas-style property features water slides of 10,000 square feet, a man-made river, and pools. As well as a 415-square-foot private beach, the house also has a golf course, basketball, and tennis court! You can be sure her mansion has everything in it.
Chris Cuomo – Est. $2.9 million, Southampton
Christopher Charles Cuomo is an American television journalist, best known as the host of a weeknight news analysis program on CNN, Cuomo Prime Time. Chris and his spouse recently listed their Hampton home for sale at a $2.9 million valuation. The property has four bathrooms in the house and five bedrooms, measuring more than 3000 square feet. It also has a 38-meter-long swimming pool as well as a driveway with space available for two cars.
Greta Van Susteren – Est. $3.1 Million, New York
Greta is a proud owner of a massive New York apartment. While she’s currently selling it, she sure had a nice time living in this home with her partner, John P. Coal. A few months after she left Fox News, she put the property on sale. We agree that this place would have been a good place for her to live before she retired, even though she wanted to sell it.
Louis Dobbs – Undisclosed Price, New Jersey
As an author, TV, and radio personality, Louis Carl Dobbs’ man has attracted a great deal of attention. He was able to buy a property in West Palm Beach with the aid of his income from Lou Dobbs Tonight, but he is not fond of talking about his property in Florida. Another property also belongs to Lou. He owns a farm in New Jersey that stretches over 300 acres, giving him a breathtaking view.
Melissa Francis – Est. $6.99 million, New York City
Melissa Ann Francis is an American commentator for the Fox Business Network and Fox News. She had earlier worked as an actress. When she agreed to sell her condo on the upper east side for $6.99 million, Melissa caused controversy a while ago. Four bathrooms, four bedrooms, a media room, and a large kitchen are provided in the condo. The place also has a big living area, as well as a small storage room, a fitness room, and a children’s lounge.
Tom Brokaw — Montana Ranch, Est. $6.3 Million
Thomas John Brokaw is a television journalist and author from the United States. For 22 years, he was the anchor and the managing editor of NBC Nightly News. He is the only person to host all three main programs on NBC News: The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, and Meet the Press briefly. It has been confirmed that Tom owns a ranch in Montana for $17.9 million, although other reports say that it was around $6.3 million.
Geraldo Rivera – Est. $2.8 Million, Ohio
The American journalist surely hit the jackpot when he made the purchase for this property as this house is out of this world, and from what we could see, we can be sure that his fifth wife, Erica Michelle Levy, enjoys living with him there. Rivera owns a 13,000-square-foot house in Ohio that includes six bedrooms, a wine drawer, a kitchen, and even has its own private pool!
Trish Regan – Est. $5.625 Million, New York
After she had just sold her stunning New York co-op, the TV talk show host recently saw a major rise in her finances. While the price seems absurdly high at first, one glance at the building will tell you that it would be a bargain. The property is on the sixth floor of a 15-story building that offers a stunning view of the city, which is a very beautiful sight to behold.
Don Lemon — Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY, $3.1 Million
Donald Carlton Lemon is a news journalist from America. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he anchored weekend news programs on local television outlets in Alabama and Pennsylvania during his early days as a journalist. The reporter purchased a luxurious house in Sag Harbor for $3.1 million in 2016. The classic atmosphere of the house makes for a perfect relaxation spot, as well as a great getaway for a popular host of talk shows. There are four bathrooms, an outdoor bathroom, a back porch, and a house pool.
Bill Hemmer – Est. $1.75 Million, New York
Bill Hemmer is an American journalist, the host of the TV show Bill Hemmer Reports, and Chief Anchor of the Fox News Channel, based in New York City. If you look at his home, it seems like Bill knows how to control his money perfectly. The journalist purchased a beautiful house constructed 20 years ago in Sag Harbor, making it a relatively new house covering an area of nearly two acres.
Lester Holt – Est. $6.4 Million, Manhattan, New York
Lester Holt’s investment in purchasing this magnificent Manhattan apartment seems to have been a wise one! In 2007, the news anchor purchased the house, and now the same property is currently selling for almost twice its original price! And that’s certainly a pretty decent investment if you ask me! The house has marble floors, and you get a lovely view of the beautiful Madison Square Park standing on the balcony.
Chris Wallace – Est. $3.5 Million, Washington, DC
Christopher W. Wallace, the news anchor of the Fox News Sunday show, is an American television anchor and journalist. As a White House reporter and anchor of NBC Nightly News and Meet the Press host, he worked for NBC. While we are not certain of his properties’ value, we can easily imagine that his Washington, DC, double-story house costs a lot! The 73-year-old actor could also consider this home as his dream retirement home!
David Brooks — Est. $2 Million, Washington, D.C.
Brooks remained political throughout his life, helping him earn a lot of money. Although he has published many books such as The Social Animal and The Road to Character, his best work has to do with politics. His Washington residence might not be costly, but he had the money to spend a lot and not even diminish his bank account. The home, which had two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a library, cost $2.3 million.
Martha MacCallum – Price Unknown, Massachusetts
MacCallum is not really the type of person who would live in a dark and gloomy house. That was what her Massachusetts retreat looked like, and there was something she needed to do. As it turned from a dark pine wood house to a bright-colored place, fit for summer holidays, the place looks very different now. The size of it clearly suggests that it will be in the millions, although we are unsure of how much it costs.
Brian Stelter — Est. $329k, Manhattan
A journalist with a strong reputation as the chief media correspondent and the host of the show Reliable Sources. He is reportedly married to Jamie Shupak, the NY1 New York TV station anchor. Their Lincoln Square house is a combination of a bohemian aura and a family-friendly one. They are located on the tranquil Upper East Side. Nevertheless, since Jamie has many updates from most of them, the house looks amazingly worthy of Instagram. Well, they seem to lead a happy life in this pleasant and cozy home with their lovely eight-month-old daughter.
Bob Beckel – Price Undisclosed, Brookmont
Robert Gilliland Beckel (also known as Bob Beckel) is a former political strategist and an American political analyst and pundit. He is a longtime Fox News analyst and columnist. “A Masterpiece” would be the best way to characterize his Brookmont residence. Nowadays, finding houses like Beckel’s is tough, and we agree that it is fair to say that Beckel is quite lucky to have found a pleasant and comfortable home for himself.
Charles Osgood – Est. $2.1 Million, France
It seems like Osgood lives in two separate universes. The one in New York, where his career continues. The other, a little south of France, where he’s relaxing. Charles claimed that the place has the perfect atmosphere that every individual wants and that it makes him eat more to stay in that home. We couldn’t really say if it was just the weather or if it was just very nice to stay at his house.
Amy Robach – Est. $9.975 Million, Florida
Amy Joanne Robach is a television presenter for ABC News. She is the co-anchor of 20/20 and the breaking news anchor/fill-in anchor for Good Morning America. She was a national reporter for NBC News, a co-host of NBC’s Today on Saturday, and an anchor on MSNBC. Her home in Florida is a testament to how hard she has worked over the years. There are five bedrooms in the $9.975 million houses; however, Amy purchased the same property for $11.75 million, which is certainly a loss.
Eric Bolling –Est. $2.7 million, Demarest, New Jersey
Eric Thomas Bolling, a conservative political analyst, author, and financial commentator, is an American television personality. As an analyst on TV’s financial issues, he has held various positions, most notably for Fox News. Bolling owned a large property that he listed for an approximate price of $2.7 million for sale in Demarest, New Jersey. Four bathrooms, four bedrooms, three fireplaces, a home theater, a bar, and an elevator are provided in the building.
Andrew Napolitano — Est. $5 Million New Jersey
Andrew Peter Napolitano is an American syndicated columnist whose work, including The Washington Times and Reason, appears in various publications. He is a Fox News reporter, reporting on legal news and courts. From 1987 to 1995, Napolitano served as a New Jersey Supreme Court judge. There are two houses he owns, a New Jersey farmhouse and one in Manhattan. Unbeknownst to many people, on his plantation, Napolitano grows maple syrup!
Norah O’Donnell – Est. $865k, New York
Norah Morahan O’Donnell is an American TV journalist and a CBS Evening News anchor, and 60 Minutes correspondent. She is the former co-anchor of CBS This Morning, CBS News’ Chief White House Correspondent, and a replacement host for Face the Country, CBS’s Sunday morning show. She may be 45, but she’s projected to be $8 million and certainly won’t go broke. The military coins inside her house reveal her military family patrimony.
Mike Ditka – Est. $3 Million, Florida
For a long time, the former NFL player and coach had turned his attention away from the NFL. As a $3 million property was developed in Florida, his long-term dedication to the NFL came into fruition. Since the ’60s, when he played with the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, and the famous Chicago Bears, he had a great record. The former NFL star recently suffered a heart attack, but we can be confident that his life insurance coverage will cover all of his costs, so we do not have to worry about him.
Barbara Eden – Est. $8,500/month, Beverly Hills
Barbara Eden’s career is definitely something she can proudly speak about since she is one of Hollywood’s most beloved actresses ever. She was the star of the 60s and 70s on the big screens, and with her performance in I Dream Of Jeannie, she also managed to conquer the 80s. There is hardly any details about her house’s valuation, but as it is situated in Beverly Hills, we assume it is in the millions.
Cher – Estimated $45 Million, Malibu
Cher is a singer, actress, and television personality from America. Often referred to as the “Goddess of Pop” by the media. Cher used to own this magnificent Renaissance mansion, but someone else has taken over since then. Beyoncé owns the 16,000 square feet of land at present. She and her husband dreamed of purchasing a rustic Italian-style house when the singer put the property on the market. One thing is certain, however, and it’s that the taste of Cher is immaculate.
Diane Kruger – $4.2 Million, New York
Diane Kruger is an actress and former fashion model from Germany. In the epic war movie Troy, she played Helen, Dr. Abigail Chase in the heist movie National Treasure, played a part in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds. For $4.2 million, Diane scored a chic two-bedroom apartment in Tribeca. Established in 1869, the building includes six units and features facilities such as an on-site fitness center and a green residential lounge.
Rob Gronkowski – Estimated $2.2 Million, Boston
Nicknamed “Gronk,” Robert James Gronkowski is an American football tight end for the National Football League’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He previously played for the New England Patriots for nine seasons. Gronk purchased the house for $1.9 million in 2016 and was willing to sell the penthouse for more than $2.2 million, offering anything from a private rooftop deck to a freezer. The two-bedroom house has an outdoor workspace for both.
Forest Whitaker – Est. $4.3 million, Hollywood Hills
Forest Steven Whitaker is an actor, producer, and director from the United States. He is also a Sustainable Development Goals advocate named by the United Nations Secretary-General. For over $1.5 million, he and his partner, Keisha Nash Whitaker, purchased the glorious Hollywood compound. The site was over 4,705 square feet and consisted of 11 bathrooms, 11 bedrooms, a lounge, a dining room, a spacious kitchen, a barbecue area, a swimming pool, and finally, a private movie theater.