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Celebrity Homes That Will Blow You Away and They Did Not Even Need a Mortgage or Loans!

The life of a celebrity is always a charmed one, and these stars are truly fitting the mold with their luxurious houses and palatial residences. Costing in the high millions, these huge homes require gargantuan home insurance covers as well, which most average people can’t afford, unless they take loans. Thankfully, these stars are not at all average and have the requisite net worth to cover mortgages and huge electricity bills. To their credit, they’ve worked hard for such creature comforts, and we admire them for the well-deserved lifestyles that they live.

Vince Vaughn – Southern California, ~$5.3 million

Character actor and comedian Vince Vaughn is definitely one guy who we would expect to be living in great style, and he doesn’t disappoint with his gorgeous Southern California property worth $3.9 million when he acquired it. With a floor space of 5,500 square feet, the value has since ballooned to $5.3 million, which means he will definitely be trading up should he choose to sell.

Julia Roberts – New York, ~$5.35 Million

Thanks to her insane earnings from her illustrious acting career, Pretty Woman star Julia Roberts was able to invest in many prime homes all around America. The New York apartment pictured above was purchased by Roberts in 2010 for $3.9 million. It seems that she doesn’t need it anymore as she listed it in 2015 for $4.5 million. The posh pad features 2,000 square feet of living area, three bedrooms, and three bathrooms and was carefully designed in neutral colors. In 2018, Roberts starred in the Amazon Video series, Homecoming.

Faith Hill – Tennessee, ~$18.5 million

Country songstress Faith Hill and her husband, fellow singer Tim McGraw are the proud owners of several fine real estate properties, including this stately and palatial estate in rural Tennessee. Located in Leiper’s Fork, the property spans across a whopping 622 acres of land, though approximately 131 acres of it was sold in 2015. What remains is of the estate includes the two-storey main house with a 3,152-square-foot floor space that features three bedrooms and six fireplaces, as well as a barn and a 12-stall stable. Valued at $18.5 million currently, we’re guessing the home insurance premiums are not far behind.

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