Celebrities have gorgeous homes all over the world. Supermarket tabloids tell seemingly never-ending stories of adventures to private islands and European estates. However, Los Angeles is, without a doubt, the center of this star-studded world. From Hollywood to Santa Monica, we’ll share with you where you might spot your favorite actor and what L.A. neighborhoods they call home.
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Johnny Depp owns homes all over the world, including an estate in France. Also, an entire island in the Bahamas. While he’s recently been selling several penthouse condominiums in downtown Los Angeles, the Pirates of the Caribbean star still calls the Hollywood Hills home. Depp owns five out of six homes on a cul de sac just off Mulholland Drive.
She may be a Southern girl at heart, but Reese Witherspoon spends most of her time at her airy home in the Pacific Palisades. Inside, the design is elegant while still incorporating a little farmhouse charm. But the best part? The gorgeous pool overlooking the Santa Monica mountains.
While many stars choose to call Hollywood or Beverly Hills their home, Halle Berry prefers the beaches of Malibu with an incredible ocean view. The X-Men star’s two-story mansion features floor to ceiling windows just steps from the beach.
Patrick Bateman, maybe New York’s most beloved serial killer, but the star of Brett Easton Ellis’ American Psycho, Christian Bale, prefer Santa Monica. Bale lives just minutes from the beach in the Rustic Canyon neighborhood of Santa Monica with his wife and children.
One of the few Los Angeles natives to make our list, Kim Kardashian, was born in LA in 1980. She and Kanye West have been renovating their $20 million Hidden Hills estate since they purchased it back in 2014.
In Training Day, Denzel Washington earned an Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of a narcotics detective in South Central Los Angeles. The award-winning actor, however, lives in an exclusive, gated community on top of Beverly Hills and counts Eddie Murphy and Sylvester Stallone as neighbors.
Jennifer Aniston enjoys splitting her time between her Gramercy Park home in New York City and her new $11 million mansions in Bel Air. The estate at 901 Airole Way in Los Angeles was once home to Quincy Jones. Built-in the 1970s, it’s Aniston’s Zen retreat away from the hustle and bustle of New York and Los Angeles alike.
George Clooney purchased his Studio Hills home way back in 1995 during his second season on the hit show ER. One of the coolest actors in Hollywood, Clooney, shares the home with his wife, Amal, and their children.
When Justin Bieber isn’t belting out hits for his adoring fans, the pop icon retreats to his three-story Hollywood Hills home, complete with a wrap-around infinity pool. Overlooking Lake Hollywood, the home boasts retractable glass walls and incredible views.
Ellen just put her Tuscan style estate on the market for $45 million, where she has lived with her wife, Portia de Rossi. The daytime talk show host has bought and sold more homes than most people will in a lifetime. Degeneres thinks of homes as a canvas on which to paint, and when she’s done, she likes to start fresh.
DiCaprio bought his Hollywood mansion right after his breakout role in 1997’s blockbuster Titanic for $2 million. Today, that home and the adjacent one he purchased from Madonna are valued at over $10 million. While a glut of construction has caused some celebrities to fly the coop, DiCaprio and longtime neighbor Keanu Reeves still call the area home.
Adding to her portfolio, which includes a multi-million dollar penthouse in Manhattan, Jennifer Lopez recently purchased a $40 million French-inspired estate in Bel Air. She may still be just Jenny from the block, but that block now has a new, high-end zip code.
This longtime Los Angeles resident is easily one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. Pitt’s Hollywood Hills complex of homes sports multiple houses and a skate park, which he began building with the purchase of the first of six houses in 1994.
Next to Hollywood Boulevard, Mulholland Drive is arguably the most recognizable road in all of Los Angeles. Many actors call it home, including Jack Nicholson, who purchased his house in 1969. For decades, Nicholson’s next-door neighbor was none other than Marlon Brando. Following Brando’s death in 2004, Nicholson purchased his friend’s home and converted it into a private art gallery.
Cary Grant once lived in the sprawling Malibu estate that Steven Spielberg now calls home. On a hillside in the Pacific Palisades overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Spielberg purchased the house in 1985, the same year he directed The Color Purple.
After filing for divorce from husband Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie recently purchased a home just five minutes from her ex in Hollywood. The mansion, which came with a $25 million price tag, was home to Cecil B. Demille until his death in 1959.
Built-in 1959 with an eye on sleek, minimalist design, Orlando Bloom’s 4,000 square foot Beverly Hills home is open, modern, and beautiful. The Lord of the Rings actor has an eye for style in this classic Los Angeles home.
Mila Kunis / Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis’ first kiss ever was on-screen with That 70s Show co-star Ashton Kutcher. The hit show debuted back in 1998, but it wasn’t until a few years ago that a real romance developed between the two. Kunis and Kutcher have now celebrated the birth of their second child and purchased a beautiful beach house just south of Santa Barbara.
Jennifer Lawrence recently purchased her 5,550 square foot, Hamptons-inspired home in Beverly Hills. Previous owners include Cameron Diaz, Ellen Degeneres, and, most recently, Jessica Simpson. The Hunger Games star purchased the house, which consists of a pool and a koi pond, in 2014, for $8 million.
While her heart, and permanent address, remain in New York, Emma Stone calls Beverly Hills home when she’s in Los Angeles. Co-starring with fellow actor and friend Ryan Gosling in the hit La La Land seems to finally have won over Stone, who now counts the City of Angels as home.