Special Report

The Homes of the World's Richest Celebrities

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15. Sean Love Combs
> Number of known homes: 2
> Net worth: $900 million

The famed rapper and entrepreneur Sean Combs (who recently changed his middle name from John to Love, and who now eschews his past noms-de-rap, including Puff Daddy and P Diddy) owns two houses. One is a lavish mansion in the prestigious Holmby Hills neighborhood of West Los Angeles, which he bought for $39 million in 2014. The other is a mansion on the luxurious Star Island in Miami, which he paid $35 million for in 2021. At one point in time he had a home in Atlanta, but sold it for $1.3 million in 2007. He still has property in Fayetteville, Georgia, which he bought for $260,000 in 1995.

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14. Jerry Seinfeld
> Number of known homes: 2
> Net worth: $950 million

A blue-chip standup comedian and the star of the hit television show bearing his name “Seinfeld,” Jerry Seinfeld has a $4.35 million townhouse in Manhattan (near the location of his TV apartment) and a 12-acre oceanfront estate in Amagansett, in the Hamptons, which he bought from Billy Joel for $32 million in 2000. He and his wife owned a 26-acre estate in Telluride, Colorado, until earlier this year, when they sold it for $14 million. Seinfeld also has a $4 million garage next to his Upper West Side townhouse where he keeps much of his collection of Porsches.

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13. Peter Jackson
> Number of known homes: 20
> Net worth: $1.0 billion

Peter Jackson, director of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy and many other films, owns more homes than you’d find in a small hobbit village. He has spent over $150 million on 20 residential properties around New Zealand, including a large chunk of a Wellington street, two holiday homes (one in Queenstown, one in Closeburn). and two sprawling estates (one in Fernside, one in Matahiwi). His estate in Fernside, near Masterton in the Wairarapa area, features underground tunnels linking parts of the property together, a 100-seat movie theater, and a scale replica of a hobbit home.

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12. JK Rowling
> Number of known homes: 2
> Net worth: $1.0 billion

JK Rowling, author of the “Harry Potter” series owns two homes. The first is the classical Killiechassie estate in Scotland. This luxurious manor features a small lake on its property that is said to be home to a water spirit. JK Rowling also secretly bought her childhood home in Chepstow, in Wales, back in 2011 for around $500,000 when it was relisted on the market.

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11. David Copperfield
> Number of known homes: 3
> Net worth: $1.0 billion

Illusionist David Copperfield owns three homes plus 11 islands called in what has been dubbed Copperfield Bay. He bought his mansion in Las Vegas for $17.5 million in 2016; he has a four-floor apartment in Manhattan valued at around $16 million; and he owns a compound on a private island called Musha Cay in the Bahamas, which cost him $50 million. He offsets the costs of running this property by renting it out to those looking to enjoy the finer things in life – at a cost of $57,000 a night. It be a magical experience.

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