Los Angeles Celebrity Homes
Celebrity home tours and celebrity homes for sale in LA.
The interiors are personal, playful, and brightly colored.
The mobile home park fronts the ocean.
Inspectors were tipped off by complaints about "gumdrop-shaped" dwellings.
The one where a condo costs $3,800 per square foot.
The sisters’ hideaway features super high-end wallpaper and "just the right amount of wrong."
"I wake up feeling very blessed every day," Daniels tells Architectural Digest.
You had us at kidney-shaped pool.
As Harry Cohn once said: "If you must get into trouble, do it at the Chateau Marmont."
The 1930s traditional, which the star shared with fellow actors Burgess Meredith and Johnny Swope, is probably not long for this world.
The 1930s-era Spanish Revival estate is the bold and eclectic home one might expect from the songwriter-producer.
In March—shortly before the launch of Uber’s initial public offering—the company’s co-founder snapped up this luxurious new-build.
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"We wanted a place to watch our kids play and grow up," she tells Architectural Digest.
A little contemporary for Charlotte?
This estate counts two celebrity couples among its past owners. Who will its next owner be?
The imprisoned producer is reportedly selling the 1920s chateau to satisfy a divorce settlement with his third wife.
The five-bedroom Encino home is full of amenities.
Berkus and Jeremiah Brent remodeled the home, and the results are stunning.
The star’s romance with Joe DiMaggio was kindled here.
The Mayan Revival home was once owned by Diane Keaton.
The singer paid almost $200,000 over asking price.
How can one house contain so many pretty things?
Right across from his "YOLO estate."
Even in the treasure trove of trophy homes known as Trousdale Estates, this property stands out.
The house is listed for $10 million.
The Mediterranean-style residence was built for Vernon’s unscrupulous founder.
The 1950s home is asking $3.2 million.
The star’s home in the 1950s, it looks down over Beverly Hills.
The billionaire businessman paid $13M for Hope’s John Lautner-designed home in Palm Springs two years ago.
The sprawling Spanish-style compound sits on more than 5 acres directly overlooking the ocean.
That’s nearly $200K above the asking price.
The one-bedroom is part of a luscious and historic courtyard complex just off the Sunset Strip. It’s listed for $895K.