Some of the mansions celebrities live in today are practically like hotels! They have swimming pools, tennis courts, multi-lane garages, home cinemas and bowling alleys, along with goodness knows how many bedrooms and bathrooms. But not every celebrity chooses to live in sprawling mansions that are easy to get lost in. Here are 11 ridiculously rich celebs who don’t live in mansions.
The Hunger Games actress has never lived in a huge mansion and even though she’s become ridiculously successful, she still lives in a somewhat modest LA apartment.
The actor clearly loves cosy surroundings as his home is a mere 580 square feet. His home includes a number of features designed to save space, such as an elevated bed.
The actor did used to live in a mansion, though he downsized to a much more modest two-bed home. His new home cost over $2 million, but that’s nothing compared to the price tags on some celebrity homes these days.
Christina paid just under $2 million for a modest three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Brooklyn, which just happens to be located right next to an expressway. When she lived in LA, she lived in a single-storey bungalow that also had three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Despite considerable success as lyricist and bassist for Fall Out Boy, Pete chooses to live modestly and resides in a small, four-bedroom house that cost $1.5 million.
The Glee actress lives very modestly for a successful Hollywood actress these days. Her 1920s LA bungalow has only two bedrooms and has a very unassuming price tag of $1.4 million.
Lauren doesn’t seem to be one for fancy mansions, seeing as she moved into a Beverly Hills two-storey condo, rather than a Beverly Hills mansion, which she could have easily afforded.
Despite selling millions of records around the world, Kesha lives very modestly, choosing to reside in a 1,400 square foot bungalow in Venice Beach.
Even though she grew up in the Spelling Mansion, which sold for $85 million and has over 100 rooms, Tori’s home is right on the other end of the spectrum: she lives in a three-bed bungalow which does have its own 1.73 acre property, but still it’s one of the more extreme examples of downsizing.
Even though he’s one of the richest and most powerful people in the world, Warren lives very modestly for what he earns. He still lives in a five-bedroom house he bought in 1957 ago for the sum of $31,500. Today his house is worth about a quarter of a million, which is still far cheaper than most celebrity homes.
The director downsized from a mansion with full-time staff to a 1,000 square foot mobile home. His much more modest home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, whereas his previous abode had a whopping 17 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.