Top 50 Expensive Things Owned By Millionaire Celebrity’s

These Millionaire Hollywood Celebrity’s have it all and today, we look at the Top 50 Expensive Things some of them own including millionaire Yachts, Private Planes, expensive mansions and MORE!

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50. Florida Mansion — Dwayne Johnson

Kicking off our top 50 list with Hollywood’s highest paid celebrity for 2 years in a row, Skyscraper and Jumanji Star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has an estimated 2018 net worth of around $320 Million dollars!

He once owned this amazing Florida home, that covers 100,000 square feet and its thought the rock paid roughly $3.4 million for this amazing home.

The large gated driveway is magnificent and leads up to a 13,000 square foot main home which is located in the upmarket area of Miami.

The homes features include six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a fountain, media room and even a barbers shop.

Outside there is a large swimming pool, large courtyard with private garage and its reported that the rock has his own private gym on the grounds.

49. Graceland Mansion — Elvis Presley

Graceland is the former home of The King, as Elvis Presley was once called before his death, purchased the Graceland estate in 1957 for just over $100,000 dollars.

The home was considered a home base for Elvis and the star was known to own other property in the area before he died at Graceland on 16 August 1977.

Features inside the top 50 main mansion include the living room, his parents’ bedroom, the kitchen, TV room, pool room, the famous Jungle Room and his father’s office.

The newly upgraded Trophy Building and the Racquetball Building along with the Meditation Garden are also open to the public.

The mansion is thought to have a priceless value today, however the Elvis estate in total was recently estimated to be worth $100 million dollars.

48. Seven Seas Yacht — Steven Spielberg

Behold one of the largest and most expensive top 50 yachts in the world, the Seven Seas Yacht is owned by movie producer and director Steven Spielberg who has a net worth close to $3.6 billion dollars.

Considered to be one of Hollywood’s most successful and richest directors, Spielberg’s yacht is thought to have cost him $200 million dollars.

Custom built for the three-time Academy Award winner in 2010, she features a helicopter pad, personal gym, luxury spa, beautiful massage room and an infinity pool with a 15-foot glass wall that functions as a movie screen.

The seven seas can accommodate up to 14 guests and a crew of 26, however its been reported that the boat is not big enough and the film-maker ha been trying to sell it in favor of a 300ft upgrade…. E.T. would be proud!

47. Meg Ryan — Soho Apartment

Designed by Monique Gibson and architect Joel Barkley, this massive loft style apartment is located in the New York district of Soho and is thought to be worth a cool $10 million dollars.

The bathroom has a large tub with marble mosaic style floor and dual marble sinks and in the kitchen you will find a large wooden table and plenty of preparation space.

There is a spacious living room and the 4,100-square-foot property is thought to contain 13 over-sized windows to give great views of Ney York.

Other features of the home, which is the 9th she has renovated, includes a 40-foot gallery, floor-to-ceiling French doors, ebony wood flooring, a large media room and a large master bedroom.

46. Eddie Murphy — Rooster Cay Island

Got a spare $15 million dollars just lying around? Then why not purchase a top 50 private Island like Actor Eddie Murphy did in 2007, snapping up Rooster Cay in the Bahamas.

Rooster Cay is very close to Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas and is one of the most beautiful islands in the area with untouched beaches and palm trees.

No plans have been announced for development of the island, however it is thought plans for some kind of resort might be in the works.

45. Celine Dion — Bombardier Global Express XRS

We have arrived at our first celebrity to own a private jet, we have also done a 10 expensive things video on Celine Dion, make sure you check it out after the video!

Her top 50 Bombardier Global Express XRS costs a whopping $62 Million dollars, has a range of 11,390 km and a top speed touching 950 km/h.

The length of this plane is around 30 m, has a wingspan of 29 m and can carry 18 passengers with a lounge/bedroom and two toilets on-board.

Manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the first flight was recorded on 13 October 1996.

44. Audrey Hepburn — Hollywood Hills Home

She once lived in a Los Angeles estate that was described as being fit for royalty and now Audrey Hepburn’s former Hollywood Hills Home has hit the market for $14 Million dollars.

Eva Gabor Estate as it is officially known, is located in the famous Los Angeles neighborhood of Holmby Hills and was built by architect Paul Williams in 1938.

The home has six bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a private tennis court, and a guest house and outside you will find 1.1 acres of gardens and lawns.

Audrey Hepburn died in 1993 and the house has three dining areas with her spending a lot of time in the gourmet kitchen.

43. Toby Maguire — Super-mansion

Toby Maguire’s spider sense must have been tingling when he picked up this super-mansion, located in Brentwood, California, paying $13 million dollars.

Sitting on a 16,530-square-feet plot, this home is amazing and features six bedrooms, nine baths, a wine cellar, a home theater, a gym, and a library.

Outside the house there is manicured gardens surround an infinity pool and spacious patio to entertain guests on a summer evening.

42. Jim Carey — Gulfstream V

This long-range, large business jet aircraft produced by Gulfstream Aerospace was first flown on November 28, 1995.

It has a top speed of up to Mach 0.885, has a 6,500 nautical mile range and can cruise up to 51,000 feet.

The plane has a wingspan of 28 meters, is 29 meters long and is thought to have cost Ace Ventura star Jim Carrey $36 million dollars.

Powered by Rolls-Royce BR700 engines, It can accommodate four crew and 14 passengers and has access to enhanced weather radar, autopilot and head-up display in the cockpit.

41. Britney Spears — Thousand Oaks Home

Britney broke ground in the 2000’s that no other singer could do and she also broke ground by buying a massive estate that cost her $7,000,000 dollars.

Covering 8,456 square feet, the main house has 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, an all-white double-island kitchen and dining area.

Other features include games room, media lounge and two home offices, veranda, grassy back yard and swimming pool.

This house is now sold, however the “Mickey Mouse Club” cast member wont be worried… as she has a second house in the same area thats even bigger!

40. Miley Cyrus — Toluca Lake Home

Another home that has been sold in favor of another pad, Miley Cyrus parted ways with her Toluca Lake Home back in 2015.

The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home, which measures in at a whopping 8,700 square feet was purchased by Miley Cyrus back in May of 2007 for $5.83 million dollars.

The home is surrounded by palm trees, has ivy-covered walls and a a “Juliet” balcony.

39. John Travolta — Boeing 707

This man loves his planes… so much so that he owns a bunch of them and even parks them on a runway at his house… yes most people park cars at their house he parks planes!

His 707–138B was built in 1964, constructed at Boeing Seattle and is thought to feature a custom interior with several sections.

Its thought there is an on-board bedroom, office and relaxation area with Travolta acquiring the aircraft in 1998… he later donated the aircraft to the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society for preservation.

Price information is hard to come by, however a quick check of google reveals $36.5 million dollars could get you one of these aircraft.

38. Patrick Dempsey — Malibu Home

Designed by Frank Gehry, this 4,415 square feet, 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home is thought to have cost American actor Patrick Dempsey around $6,400,000 dollars.

The home has a black topped driveway, double height foyer, large formal living room with vaulted ceiling and contemporary kitchen.

There is a den/library, en suite bedroom for guests or staff and a master suite that includes a walk-in closet.

The compound in the area was sold by Patrick and his wife in 2015 for $15 million and the couple also own a ultra-modern micro-compound in Venice acquired in late 2014 for $1.925 million.

37. Jeff Bridges — Montecito Home

Now sold, this massive estate is not for the faint-hearted, as it is thought to have cost around $9 Million dollars when purchased several years ago.

The property, includes a 9,535-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion and accompanying 1,800-square foot guest house is thought to have sold for close to $16 million dollars.

Other features include a smaller guest house, a movie theater and recording studio, and a swimming pool.

The grounds around the home also include a hammock-equipped “fort” and the main house has six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.

36. Bono — Cyan Yacht

Music star Bono knows how to make big purchases, and his €20 million Yacht named Cyan allows him to sail the seas in style.

This yacht has 6 cabins, that let 12 people stay on-board and every cabin has a plasma screen television and satellite TV.

There is an indoor communal area, fully-equipped gym, swimming pool, an outdoor cinema with a three meter screen, a Jacuzzi, and a storage area for a variety of ‘toys’.

The yacht carries fishing equipment, snorkeling gear, and a kite-surfer along with Jet-ski’s and Seabobs.

35. Lady Gaga — Bat-cave Mansion

We recently did a top 10 video on lady Gaga and you can find that in the description of this video, but lets take another look at her house, that, yes has its own bat-cave.

Her $23 million dollar Malibu mega-mansion has its own underground 1960’s-style bowling alley and basketball free-throw machines.

The expansive home also features five bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, a glass breezeway, gym and an outdoor bocce ball court.

There is six acres of oceanfront land and if that wasn’t enough then she also has access to a massive 800-bottle wine cellar, home theater, saltwater swimming pool

34. Eric Clapton — Va Bene Yacht

Built sometime in 1992 at a shipyard in the Netherlands, VA BENE has relaxed, comfortable living areas, a great sun deck and exceptional crew.

The yacht has 4 x Double, 1 x Twin, 1 x Double/Twin rooms on-board and can carry up to 12 guests.

Eric Clapton currently rents out the yacht for around 140,000 Euro’s per week and the expansive VIP suite features a huge bathroom and a seating area, and all cabins are named after favorite Italian cruising destinations.

33. Nicholas Cage — Ferrari Enzo

Produced between 2002–2004, only 400 models of this car were ever made and Nicholas Cage claimed one of them.

The Enzo’s 6 Litre F140 B V12 engine was the first of a new generation for Ferrari and the car has a 6-speed semi-automatic transmission.

Unfortunately for Nicholas, the spoils of the Enzo became a little to much (and to expensive) for the star and he sold the car for $670,000 dollars.

32. Lauren Conrad — Laguna Beach House

With a significant price tag of $5 Million dollars, this American television personality, fashion designer, and author has now sold up.

She moved to another property on the West coast and has been there ever since.

Her home in Pacific Palisades, California features 5,871 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms and double motor court that comfortably accommodates eight or more vehicles.

The home has a spacious living room with fireplace, separate dining room and a butler’s pantry that passes through to a chef-friendly kitchen.

There is an office, media lounge, yoga studio and fitness room along with a fabulous garden and large swimming pool outside.

31. Iggy Azalea — Tarzana mansion

Another celebrity and another celebrity mansion you wish you had, once belonging to Iggy Azalea and Nick Young before they listed the property in 2017.

With a price tag of around $4 Million dollars and covering 6,630 square feet, this home also has 6 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half bathrooms.

The couple originally scooped up the property from singer/actress Selena Gomez in September 2014 for $3.45 million dollars.

Atop the garage, there is a self-contained guesthouse with one bedroom, two bathrooms, a full kitchen and a wrap around balcony.

The garden is lavishly landscaped and heavily fortified with tall hedges and a rows of pepper trees, encompassing a gated motor court, built-in grilling station, a fire pit, a free-form swimming pool and spa with custom lighting system.

30. Kanye West — Lamborghini Aventador

The car’s instruments are presented on a TFT-LCD screen, while a second screen is totally dedicated to the multimedia and navigation systems.

0–60mph is achieved in 2.8 seconds and the car measures just 4.78m in length, 2.26m wide, yet is only 1.136m in height.

An advanced feature of the Lamborghini Aventador is the electronically managed air intakes that respond to ambient temperature and the need for engine cooling.

29. Tom Cruise — Gulfstream IV

One of the biggest stars in Hollywood, Tom cruise has pretty much everything a man of his tastes could ask for, including a $36 million dollar Gulfstream IV private jet.

Powered by two Rolls-Royce RB.183 Tay turbofans, it has a cruising speed of 850–935 km/h, seats 19 passengers and has a wingspan of 77 feet.

The aircraft’s range is 4,220 nmi (7,815 km) and only 900 models were produced between 1985 and 2018.

Inside there are the usual features of a jet this size including leather seating, built-in kitchen and bathroom at the rear.

28. Johnny Carson — Malibu Estate

Originally owned by Tonight Show star Johnny Carson, this massive home has recently been listed for sale by current billionaire owner Sidney Kimmel.

Thought to be worth around $65.2 million dollars, the home has five-bedrooms, four and a half baths and four fireplaces.

Johnny Carson bought the home for $9.5million in 1984 and lived there until his death in 2005, with the chrome covering 7,083 square-feet

The estate sits on a four-acre lot overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu’s Point Dume neighborhood and has a waterfall at the pool, an elevator and a tennis court.

The home was built in 1980 by architect Ed Niles and with Carson being famously protective of his privacy, the house was in the perfect location.

27. Oprah Winfrey — Montecito Estate

One of the largest and most expensive mansions in the United States, this home belongs to the one and only Oprah Winfrey.

Oprah originally purchased the 42-acre estate for $50 million in 2001, however the value of the home has now ballooned to around $90 million dollars.

She picked up the adjacent 23.26-acre parcel of land, known as Seamair Farm for $28.85 million dollars and that alone includes a 5,000 sq. ft. ranch-style house.

Her main home often referred to as the Promised Land and just some of the things on the outside include a massive pool, top-of-the-line horse stables, caretaker’s cabin, an equestrian ring along with fruit and avocado orchards.

26. Simon Cowell — Bugatti Veyron

The Bugatti Veyron is one of the most expensive super-cars you can buy, and when it comes to money, $550 million dollar man and X-factor creator Simon Cowell is defiantly not short of a buck or two!

His Bugatti Veyron, now sold, is worth an estimated $1.25 million dollars and he walked right into the showroom and purchased the car cash up front.

The car is insane and has a top speed of 407 km/h, a 0–100 km/h (62 mph) of 2.46 seconds and is powered by an 8.0 L quad-turbocharged W16 engine.

25. Jay-Z — Bombardier Challenger 850

The largest of the super-midsize business jets offered by Bombardier Aerospace, is capable of accommodating 12–16 passengers.

When Jay-Z is flying around in this mammoth of the skies, he is not only doing it at 41,000 feet but also at a Cruising speed of 819 km/h (509 mph).

The cabin has a corporate interior that can cater for even the most demanding of businessmen and comes equipped with everything including a coffee machine, personal chef and even its own bedroom with Wi-Fi access.

The cost for this incredible piece of modern aviation? $32 million dollars!

24. Paul McCartney — Manhattan Triplex

$15.5 million dollars is what Beatles Star Paul McCartney paid for his amazing fifth Ave apartment that comes with some of the best views of central park in the city.

The already impressive real estate portfolio of the $650 million McCartney includes a Manhattan townhouse, a Beverly Hills estate, and homes in the Hampton’s and Arizona, as well as several homes in the United Kingdom.

Something about this three story, five bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom mega home caught his eye and with double height ceilings, a 33-foot long library and a terrace that spans the length of the pre-war building it was soon his!

Other features include a small staff room, private elevator, floor-to-ceiling windows, a marble bar and a private sitting room.

23. J.K Rowling — Edinburgh Home

Another famous face that many viewers will recognize, J.K Rolling, creator of the famous Harry Potter Franchise has an estimated net worth close too $700 million.

Standing in a high walled garden, this massive home sits behind large 6 foot security gates was purchased by Rolling in 2009 for $15.5 million dollars.

30 feet trees help screen her 17th century Edinburgh mansion from onlookers and inside there is a large living room / dinning room, sun room, large kitchen and most rooms have wooden decor.

22. Jay-Z — Maybach Exelero

This one-off high-performance sports car made by Stola in collaboration with Daimler-Chrysler was unveiled at the Tempodrom in Berlin in 2005.

The car is powered by a 5.9 Liter Twin-turbocharged V12 engine, has alloy wheels with diameters of 23 inches at the front and the rear and has sport seats with red harness-style seat-belts.

Jay-Z was attracted to the uniqueness of the car and featured the car in the music video for “Lost One”, paying $8 million dollars to buy it afterwards.

Top speeds of 350 km/h (217 mph) are possible and has a 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) acceleration time of 4.4 seconds.

21. Ozzy Osborne — Gothic Mansion

Often seen on television this massive Gothic style home belonged to the Osborne family before it was sold in 2011 for $11.5 million dollars.

The home was purchased by none other than Christina Aguilera and features 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms while covering 10,000 square feet on a famous street in Beverly Hills.

“The Osborne’s” was the show that the house was featured on and viewers could see Ozzy on the couch and Sharon doing her make-up every week.

The home was such a hit on the show, that fans began designing their own homes just lie the one on the show.

20. Scarlet Johansson — LA Home

Another famous Hollywood Actor and Star of the Avengers films, Scarlett Johansson purchased this 3,500 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half bathrooms for $3.88 million.

The three-time Golden Globe star had a neighboring den with glass sliders as well as a wet bar and dining room area installed to entertain.

The home was originally built in the early 1940’s and has an all-white center island kitchen fitted and kitted with marble and quartz counter-tops.

The home has an upper-floor master suite, step-out balcony, a swimming pool with sunbathing shelf, an eight-person spa and a poolside cabana.

While the property may not be as insane as Robert Downey Juniors in Iron-man, it certainly pulls some serious punches in the Hollywood world.

19. Justin Bieber — Amsterdam Home

While Biebers favorite place is California, he also owns a penthouse in Europe and its a stunner, coming in at £22 million.

The three-floor penthouse home features boasts its own butler, valet parking, private lift, four bedrooms, four bathrooms.

The brand-new 13,200 square foot penthouse, was the most expensive penthouse in the entire country of The Netherlands at the time of purchase.

18. Brad Pitt — Luxury Helicopter

Back when Brangelina was a thing, Angelina Jolie once purchased a $1.6 Million Helicopter for then husband Brad Pitt and even got him flying lessons to boot.

To accompany the copter they installed a helicopter pad in the grounds of their south of France home and the chopper was used to fly to and from Cannes.

17. Nicholas Cage — Bavarian Castle

Now sold due to a rather difficult economic situation, Cage’s former Bavarian style castle, located in Germany had 28-rooms.

The castle’s extensive archives date back to the 16th century and it sits in the middle of 395 acres of forest.

He originally paid $2.3 million dollars for the castle in 2007 and yes he does have a thing for castles, with him also owning the 18th Century Midford Castle on the outskirts of bath.

There is no sale price for this one, all we know is that he sold it to a lawyer after spending a fortune restoring it!

16. Brad Pitt — Neo Rauch Painting

When Brad Pitt is not buying massive mansions, flashy helicopters or expensive cars, he has his eyes on another expensive past-time, ART!

This 9 foot racetrack painting by Neo Rauch is an oil-image of a Formula one race car with the driver and mechanical team.

Brad paid roughly $1 Million for the piece when he visited the Art Basel in Switzerland and even beat two of his friends in buying it first!

Its thought his art collection stretches into the 10’s of millions, well just like everything else he buys!

15. Kim Basinger — Georgian Town

Some of your flashy friends showing off their million dollar homes? Well why not do one better and buy a whole town, just like Georgia native Kim Basinger and other investors did in 1989.

She paid roughly $20 million for 1,751 acres of the town’s 2,000 privately owned acres to turn it into a tourist destination.

This endeavor did not end well and on the eve of personal bankruptcy, she and her partners sold the land for $1 million, taking a $19 million dollar loss! OUCH!

14. Mariah Carey — Saperstein Mansion

Got $125 million dollars lying around? Mariah Carey did and she used it to buy this massive home named Fleur de Lys.

Originally purchased from Suzanne Saperstein, divorcee to billionaire David Saperstein in 2006, the home is a near replica of the Château de Versailles.

Features included leather covered walls, gilded crown moldings, frescoes on the bathroom ceilings, two kitchens, a dining room to seat over 100 guests, and a 50 person screening room.

The woman who built the home once said “We are just simple country folk trying to keep bread on the table.” REALLY!

13. Nicolas Cage — Dinosaur Skull

Being worth worth around $150 million means you can spend some money, Nicolas Cage however, spent a LOT of money, on some pretty insane stuff.

One of his purchases was this 70-million-year-old dinosaur skull, which he later had to return to the Mongolian government.

The Tyrannosaurus bataar skull was bought by the actor from a Beverly Hills gallery in 2007 for $276,000 dollars along with a certificate of authenticity

When the Department of Homeland Security informed him that the skull might have been stolen, he voluntarily agreed to turn over the skull to authorities.

12. Mike Tyson — Gold Bathtub

We all enjoy a soak in the tub every now and then but I can assure you Mike Tyson has enjoyed it more than you can ever imagine!

Located at one of his many mansions until he filed for bankruptcy, it was probably moved to another home after being sold.

11. Daniel Radcliffe — Luxurious Mattress

Not one for publishing his spends in the media very often, it would appear this one sneaked through and he probably had the best sleep of his life.

The Harry Potter Star Radcliffe spent roughly $17,000 dollars on a super luxurious mattress which in our eyes is way too unnecessary, but remember, his first payment from the movie world was $320,000 dollars alone.

Purchased from 100-year-old luxury mattress maker, Savoir, and apparently needed it for severe chronic back pains.

10. Magic Johnson — Burger King Franchises

Basketball Star Magic Johnson could also be called somewhat of a Food Mogul after previously owning more than 100 Starbucks stores and a range of others including T.G.I. Friday’s.

But his love for the Burger King franchise is strong with the star accumulating over 30 stores for a total of $15 million dollars and you even need to be worth $1.5 million just to own one.

He sold his Starbucks for $27 million in 2010 and as far as we know hes still popping up at the odd BK drive-thru, which he probably owns.

9. George Lucas — Sky-walker Ranch

Famous enough to even have its own Wikipedia page, this massive home and workplace of film director, writer and producer George Lucas is located in a secluded, area near Nicasio, California.

Thinking its named after the films of the same name? The you would be wrong! Its actually named after an early-20th-century landowner who lived in the area.

Known as the motion picture, sound mixing and recording facility, it also serves as the corporate offices of Lucas-film.

The ranch cost Lucas up to $100 million after he purchased adjoining land for a total of over 4,700 acres which include a barn with animals, vineyards and a garden with fruits and vegetables used in the on-site restaurant.

Other features on-site include an outdoor swimming pool and fitness center with racquetball courts, man-made “Ewok Lake”, a hilltop observatory, a 300-seat theater and theater screening rooms.

Parking is mostly concealed underground to preserve the natural landscape while a technical building and company research library under a stained-glass dome sit next to the main house.

We should point out that he does not reside at the Ranch, so dont go looking for a lightsabre battle!

8. Akon — Super-car Collection

With a net worth of $80 million dollars you could easily expect Akon to be driving about in something as flash as a Bugatti Veyron.

He doesn’t own one of these, yet has a large enough collection to make even the biggest car enthusiast jealous.

Some of his insane cars include a white Porsche Panamera, a white Ferrari 458 Italia, a white Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster and yes you guessed it a Dartz Prombron SUV thats colored in white.

His car collection is worth well over $1 million dollars.

7. Mel Gibson — Mago Island

When celebrities like Mel Gibson just want to get away from it all they buy a private island, usually in the middle of nowhere

Mel Gibson has joined major celebrities like Sir Richard Branson and Steven Spielberg and purchased a $15 million dollar island in Fiji

The island contains a dirt airstrip of 1100 metres, a short stone pier is located on the island’s north side and while the island remains mainly un-developer, there is a small village located in the center.

6. George Clooney — Casamigos Tequila

George Clooney is better known for his roles in films such as Oceans 11 and The Perfect Storm yet he has now joined the likes of Dwayne Johnson in purchasing and making his own Tequila.

Named Casamigos Tequila, company co-founded in 2013 by Clooney, Rande Gerber, and Mike Meldman and was later purchased in June 2017 by Diageo for $1 Billion dollars.

The name Casamigos comes from the Spanish casa (house) and amigos (friends), thus house of friends became the official drink name.

The friends had been sampling tequilas together for months and were in the process of building vacation homes next to each other in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

The purchase of the company in 2017 made each bottle of the brand worth around $500 in monetary terms.

5. Lil Wayne — Car Collection

If you thought Akons car collection was impressive then check out $150 Million dollar rapper Lil Wayne’s fleet of motors.

His amazing garage includes a Porsche Boxster, Rolls-Royce Phantom, Maybach 62, Bugatti Veyron and the super sleek Aston Martin V12 Vanquish.

He also owns a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, Bentley Mulsanne, Cadillac CTS and Campagna T-Rex with a Maybach Landaulet also parked up close by.

We estimate his garage to be close to $5 million dollars.

4. Kylie Jenner — Hollywood Hills Mansion

Only purchased in April 2020, this massive $36 million dollar, seven bedroom home located in the much sought after Mapleton drive, one of the most expensive streets in the USA.

With almost 20,000 sq. feet of living space is has its own a movie theater, several bars and game rooms and massive swimming pool.

A full gym and a championship level lit sports court makes sure she keeps on-top of fitness and with two guest apartments, friends can always stay over.

Security is also a big deal and while most properties sit on gated communities with guard boxes on the entrance… this property has its own 24/7 guard box, complete with kitchen and bathroom… crazy!

3. Marlon Brando — Tetiaroa Island

Described as the tincture of the South Seas, this massive resort is located in French Polynesia’s breathtakingly beautiful private island of Tetiaroa.

Offering carefree luxury in the midst of pristine nature, access to this island is by private plane and features 35 villas on white-sand beaches frequented by sea turtles.

While Marlon has now sadly passed on, his legacy continues to live on after him and prices to stay here range from approximately $2,400 to $7,400 per night.

In 1966, Brando was granted a 99-year lease to the island of Tetiaroa by Tahiti’s government, making him its sole owner.

The islands guests have access to a luxurious Polynesian spa, a lagoon-view bar, beach bar, pool, organic garden, library, boutique and water sports.

2. Charlie Sheen — Mulholland Estates Mansion

If you are a fan of Two and a Half Men, then you will be very familiar with Carlos Irwin Estévez known professionally as Charlie Sheen.

He owned this amazing home at 14003 Aubrey Road but later sold the extensive property when financial troubles hit.

The home, which was built in 1992, was purchased for $7.2 million in 2006 and was extensively renovated by the actor.

Seven-bedroom’s a 10-seat dining room, seven bathrooms, separate living and screening rooms a basketball court, a pitcher’s mound for batting practice, two swimming pools and a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen with its own 80-inch flat screen television are just some of the features in this home.

1. Jessica Alba — The Honest Company

Topping our list today is $350 million dollar American actress and businesswoman Jessica Alba who is best known for her roles in films such as “Fantastic Four” and “Good Luck Chuck.

Co-founder of household and baby products company The Honest Company in 2012, she also published a book called “The Honest Life” which became a New York Times Best Seller.

Two offices with 350 employees and 130 customer care representatives help keep the company going and while Jessica only owns between 15 to 20% of the company, its been valued at a cool $1 Billion dollars.

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