10 Celebrity Homes That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

April 29

Whether it is Oprah Winfrey’s house, Will Smith’s house, John Travolta’s house, or other celebrity homes, you can expect some wild features that will make your jaw drop.

Celebrities have been known to invest in customizing their residences with luxurious, unexpected, and even downright wild features to reflect their personal passions, interests, and hobbies.  A private bowling alley, an entire room dedicated to trampolines, a wine cellar, and a gigantic skate park are just a few of the features found in Hollywood's most unusual residences.

Oprah Winfrey’s Wine Cellar

Oprah Winfrey’s wine cellar

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Oprah Winfrey is known for going above and beyond, and her house in Telluride, Colorado, is no exception. The media magnate reportedly paid $14 million for the five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom property from computer billionaire Bob Wall in December 2015, and it apparently came with a slew of high-end features, including a wine cellar designed to seem like a mining tunnel. The cellar is 56 feet long and can hold up to 1,600 bottles of wine, with piped-in noises of creaking wood and dripping water adding to the cave-like ambiance. An ancient mining cart adds to the space's authenticity.

Nicole Kidman's Elevator for Her Cars

Nicole Kidman's elevator for her cars

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The actress and her husband, Keith Urban, paid $10 million for a Chelsea flat in 2010. The apartment includes three bedrooms, 23-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and two patios and is 3,248 square feet. However, one element stands out above the rest: the car elevator. Kidman and Urban's cars are driven straight from the street to the apartment door by the elevator.

The Bowling Alley of Lady Gaga

The bowling alley of Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga may be seen decompressing at her $23 million home in Malibu—and potentially even bowling—when she isn't busy lighting up a stage with her infectious energy or getting glam on the red carpet. The eccentric singer and actor bought her Mediterranean-style villa in 2014, and it includes a two-lane bowling alley on the bottom floor, as well as a home cinema, a game room, and an 800-bottle wine cellar, among other wonderful features. On-site amenities include a bocce ball court, an eight-stall stable, and a saltwater swimming pool.

DJ Khaled's Closet for 500 Pairs of Sneakers

DJ Khaled's closet for 500 pairs of sneakers

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DJ Khaled spent $2.5 million upgrading his Miami estate, which includes 14k gold chandeliers, a boat lift, a granite staircase, and a private movie theatre. The home's most notable feature, though, is a massive sneaker closet that can hold 500 pairs of shoes. A movable library ladder is also included in the storage area, allowing the DJ to reach the hard-to-reach footwear.

The Private Airport of John Travolta

The private airport of John Travolta

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John Travolta has always been a devotee of flying, so it's no surprise that he has two runways in his Florida backyard. In 2014, he told Australia's Today show, "We designed the house for the jets and to have at our access the globe at a moment's notice, and we achieved at that." The Grease actress is a licensed private pilot who has owned a number of planes, including a Qantas Boeing 707 and a Challenger jet. John Travolta’s house is aviation-themed, with an airport mural in the dining area and a plethora of airplane models.

The Bathroom Sinks at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Minimalist House

The bathroom sinks at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's minimalist house

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West had several residences, but their main abode was their mansion in Hidden Hills, California. The $20 million, 15,667-square-foot house is famed for its minimalist, white design.

The house, however, went viral in April 2019 after Kardashian flaunted her bathroom sinks in Vogue's "73 Questions" video. The internet was perplexed as to how the flat sinks functioned, but she subsequently explained that they had a little slope that directed the water into a slot that served as a drain. The sinks are expected to cost more than $20,000 each.

Jennifer Lopez's Private Vineyard

Jennifer Lopez's private vineyard

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Jennifer Lopez's home features its own private vineyard. She reportedly paid $28 million for her property in Bel Air, California. The mansion has seven bedrooms and thirteen bathrooms and is 14,000 square feet. The 30-person home cinema, an amphitheater, a greenhouse, a swimming pond, a private beach, and a massage room are just a few of the estate's remarkable features. There is even a vineyard on the property.

Club TKO, 50 Cent's At-home Nightclub

Club TKO, 50 Cent's at-home nightclub

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Despite the fact that 50 Cent no longer lives in Connecticut (he sold his massive 52-room estate for $2.9 million in the spring of 2019 after it remained on the market for 12 years), his former home is inexorably linked to the rapper's tastes. The home was originally purchased for $4.1 million from Mike Tyson, and during 50 Cent's possession, the estate became famous for having its own nightclub, TKO, complete with mirrored stages, poles, and a full bar. A hot tub with seating for up to 40 people, a green-screen area, and a recording studio are among the other notable features.

Paris Hilton's Mansion for Her Dogs

Paris Hilton's mansion for her dogs

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While most backyards have dog homes, Paris Hilton went a step farther with hers. She has a smaller mansion adjacent to her pool in the backyard of her Los Angeles mansion for her five pets. The smaller mansion has two storeys and a balcony on the second floor. The social media and reality star spent $325,000 on the Spanish-style dog house.

Celine Dion's Private Water Park

Celine Dion's private water park

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The musician formerly possessed a 20,000-square-foot mansion with 13 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms on Jupiter Island, Florida. There was also a golf simulator, a tennis court, and a guest house on the property. The house's most unusual feature, however, was a water park in the backyard, which included two pools, two water slides, water cannons, and a lazy river.

After four years on the market, the mansion sold for $38.5 million in 2017.

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