10 Expensive Things Owned By Millionaire Actor Will Smith

Millionaire Actor Will Smith owns some amazing expensive things including his amazing house in California and his impressive car and bike collection, today we look at 10 Expensive Things he owns.

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10. Calabasas, California Giga-Mansion

Located in a secure gated community, this massive home sits on 150 acres, covers 25,000 square feet and is thought to have cost successful movie star Will Smith around $42 million dollars.

So large is this home that it took over 7 years to build from scratch, features 9 bedrooms and sits hidden away far enough from the action of “Hollywood” to get some privacy.

The house has its own tennis court, basketball court and several large swimming pools along with a dedicated helicopter landing pad.

The Will Smith residence also includes a meditation room, a recording studio and a screening room.

Once used as a fundraising event for Michelle Obama, tickets to enter the amazing home cost between $2,500 and $40,000 dollars and enjoys the benefit of no neighbors!

9. Bryn Mawr Home

Its homes galore on this list for Will Smith and his Bryn Mawr Home features six bedrooms, fitness and game rooms, bar and wine cellar, lounges, verandas, terraces, large swimming pool and spa.

Designed by Visich Architects, 10,000+ square foot house first went on the market in July 2010 for $7.8 million dollars, later reduced to $6.45 million.

Located at 255 Abrahams Lane, Villanova, the home has some of the most amazing gardens in the area and once again, no neighbors for miles!

8. The Heat Movie Trailer

When it comes to making movies, Will Smith is the king and his love of the private life even extends to the movie set.

This large personal movie trailer and living area covers 1,200-square-feet and sits on 22 wheels with 14 TV screens, 30,000 worth of leather, and $125,000 dollars worth of technology.

The entire trailer is thought to have cost smith around $2.5 million dollars but if that’s too much for your bank balance, we have good news, you can rent it for just $9,000 a week.

The trailer can be lived in as a dedicated home during long movie shoots and can even be taken on extended vacations when not working on-set.

7. Maybach 57S

The first of Will Smith’s cars on our list, his ultra-luxury high-performance sedan features a 5.5-liter V12 engine capable of 550 horsepower.

Equipped with rear-wheel drive, this car was unveiled at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show, with the S standing for “special”.

The powerful engine provides a sub-five second sprint to 60 mph (97 km/h), rides on 20 inch alloy wheels and has atop speed of 276 km/h (171 mph).

These cars were originally not cheap with average prices going as high as $500,000 dollars, but these days you could get one for just under half a million!

6. Hawaii Oceanfront Home

Purchased in 2015 for $10 million dollars, this large Hawaiian Estate is now sold, but that’s no excuse not to take a look at this amazing home which comes with seven acres of coveted beachfront property.

Located on the famous Secret Beach, Smith decided to sell the home for a $2 million dollar profit, finally settling on $12 million dollars.

The home can be accessed via two separate gated entrances, compromises four separate structures and has some amazing vaulted ceilings.

The home has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guesthouse and a carriage house with one bedroom.

There’s a multi-purpose studio, pool, spa and tennis court, and a private ocean access trail leads to the secluded private beach.

5. I Robot Chopper

Remember that amazing bike that you saw in the film I Robot? Well you would be very much interested to know that a chopper style bike to celebrate the film actually became a part of Will Smiths collection.

Built by the famous team at Orange County Choppers, this bike featured on an episode of the hit show that saw Will Smith team up to help design the bike.

Orange County Choppers used exclusive development artwork and sketches of the robots provided by the film’s producers to lay out a sleek, futuristic, robotic looking bike.

The bike was presented on the red carpet during the films premier and also makes an appearance in the American Chopper 2: Full Throttle video game.

4. Los Angeles Home

Described as a more modest purchase by the Smith family, this home sits just 7.8 miles from their home in Calabasas and is thought to be used by staff and friends.

The 4,146 square foot mock-Med style mini-mansion includes 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms with the smiths paying around $910,000 dollars at the time of purchase

Other features include double height ceilings, three fireplaces, 2-car attached garage and a small swimming pool and spa… Lets just call it a back-up home!

3. Philadelphia 76’ers

Known locally as the Sixers, this American professional basketball team are based in the Philadelphia metropolitan area and jointly owned by Will Smith and his wife Jaden along with several other partners.

Acquired in-part from Comcast-Spectator to a group of investors led by multi-billionaire Joshua Harris, Smith is also a Philly native that attended Overbrook High School in West Philadelphia.

The 76’ers compete in the National Basketball Association as a member of the league’s Eastern Conference Atlantic Division and play at Wells Fargo Center.

2. 1965 Ford Mustang

Will Smiths love of Mustang cars runs deep and we have seen him in one of the classics during the filming of I Am Legend in a Mustang Shelby.

He does not actually own that car and instead opts for the 1965 Ford Mustang which comes with a not to shabby price tag of $45,000.

Initially introduced on April 17, 1964, as a hardtop and convertible car, the 1965 Ford Mustangs come with a top speed of 138 mph.

There is a 0-to-60 mph time of 6.6 seconds, 15-inch wheels, Goodyear Blue Dot tires, powerful V8 engine and Four-speed manual transmission.

More than 100,000 Mustangs rolled off the production line inside the first four months and within two years, more than a million sold.

1. Overbrook Entertainment

Derived from Will Smith’s neighborhood in West Philadelphia, this company produces music, films and television shows and was originally set-up to help smith find roles and become a producer.

Formally incorporated on February 2, 1998, the company has worked with many famous producing names including Nickelodeon, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Universal Pictures.

Later the company was involved in films such as I Robot, 2010’s The Karate Kid, Bad Boys for Life and Hancock.

Music has also been incorporated into the company with theme productions for Wild Wild West, Men in Black II and Annie.

Will Smith often uses his role in the company to help unknown artists record music.

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