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The Most Expensive Celebrity Homes of 2021

by Ipek

We’ve picked up the most expensive real estate moves made by celebrities this year, from Tom Cruise’s vast Colorado house to Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s own island in the Bahamas. Here are the most expensive celebrity homes of 2021.

  1. Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen,$32,5 Million
  2. Matt Damon,$21 Million
  3. Greg Norman,$59.9 Million
  4. Tony Gonzales,$28 Million
  5. Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hill,$35 Million
  6. Lilly Collins, 13.5 Million
  7. Pamela Anderson $14.9 Million
  8. Tom Cruise, $39.5 Million
  9. Dr. Paul Nasiff,$32 Million

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen, $32.5 Million

After being on the market for almost a year, the quarterback, 43, and supermodel, 40, finally sold their Boston-area property in early January for $32.5 million. In August of this year, the couple listed the 12,112-square-foot home for $39.5 million.

The couple relisted the 12,112-square-foot property for $39.5 million in August of this year.

The luxurious home contains a wine cellar, a gym and spa with a massage table, sauna, and meditation room, as well as a guest house and two kitchens.

Matt Damon,$21 Million

In January, the 50-year-old actor from Good Will Hunting listed his Pacific Palisades home for $21 million. According to the ad, the 13,508-square-foot mansion has seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms and is located on one of the area’s most popular streets.

The mansion, which sits on more than half an acre and is surrounded by lush flora, is one of the largest in the celebrity-favored Upper Riviera area.

Greg Norman,$59.9 Million

After only two weeks on the market in February, the Hall of Fame golfer sold “Tranquility,” his 10-bedroom, 18-bathroom seaside property that he’d owned for 30 years for $59.9 million.

Norman, 66, told PEOPLE at the time, “There is no doubt that Tranquility is an outstanding property.” “It’s tough to duplicate or reproduce because of its spaciousness, solitude, permanent vacation vibe, and exclusivity of Jupiter Island.”

After failing to sell the two-story, 31,820-square-foot property in 2008, Norman totally renovated and remodeled the estate, which he purchased for $4.9 million in 1991 and included the main residence, pool house, and beach house.

Tony Gonzales,$28 Million

The 45-year-old NFL Hall of Famer turned sports broadcaster was rumoured to be selling his Beverly Hills mansion for $28 million by PEOPLE in late January.

Gonzalez and his wife, former “Beat Shazam” DJ October Gonzalez, acquired the property in 2016 for $7.1 million and destroyed the old home in favor of a more contemporary chateau.

The estate, which has a lighted tennis court, a dazzling pool, and lush landscaping, is nearly three times the size of the house it replaced, according to The New York Times. It was initially listed for $30 million in the summer.

Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hill,$35 Million

In February, the country superstars put their 20-acre island on the market, for $35 million.

They told Architectural Digest in a 2017 cover story that the Bahamas property was “just a little shack” when they bought it. They replaced the modest structure with a collection of eight “pavilions” that took until 2012 to complete.

According to the listing, it now has a 6,517-square-foot main mansion with four bedroom suites, five bathrooms, and an observation tower, all connected by over 5,000 square feet of covered verandas and hallways.

Lilly Collins, 13.5 Million

The Emily in Paris actress, 32, sold her four-bedroom, five-bathroom Beverly Hills property for $13.5 million in March, according to PEOPLE.

The mansion, designed by famous architect John Elgin Woolf and built in 1954, is situated just off Sunset Boulevard. It has a library, a bar, a family room, a breakfast room, a pool, a hot tub, and a cabana with a dressing room, as well as a tennis court with seating for up to six people.

Pamela Anderson $14.9 Million

The Baywatch star, 53, put her four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath seaside estate, which she has called home for nearly two decades, on the market in early March for a list price of $14.9 million.

The actress bought the house in 2000 for $1.8 million and sought to sell it in 2013, for $7.75 million.

She’s headed north to her homeland, Canada, where she’ll live with her bodyguard Dan Hayhurst on her grandmother’s former property on Vancouver Island, which Anderson bought for her three decades ago.

Tom Cruise, $39.5 Million

The 58-year-old actor listed his 320-acre mansion in Telluride, Colorado, for $39.5 million in March.

He famously sat down for an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2008 and, a year and a half earlier, opened up to Vanity Fair alongside then-fiancée Katie Holmes and shared the first images of their daughter, Suri, in the property.

Dr. Paul Nasiff,$32 Million

The 58-year-old Botched cosmetic surgeon finally listed the Bel Air mansion he’d been working on in late March. Despite the fact that it has not yet been completed, the magnificent home is now on the market for $32 million.

“This is what I imagined when I thought about creating this house in Bel Air, especially when going through COVID: The residence is now where you are going to make your oasis, work, play, and raise a family,” Nassif said in an interview about the build, which he conceived as a real estate and design project but never intended to live in.

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