The Largest Celebrity Homes Listings of 2012

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Last year saw many celebrity mansions on the market, but none of them top the five largest celebrity real estate listings, according to Yahoo! Here’s a snapshot of the list in order from number five to number one.


#5: Mark Wahlberg’s Home in Beverly Hills

This seven-bedroom 10-bathroom mansion located in Beverly Hills was originally purchased by Wahlberg in 2001 for $4.95 million. The actor upgraded the home with a new state-of-the-art kitchen, a two-bedroom guest house, a media room, and a pool area with cabanas. The property also features a gym with a boxing ring and an outdoor basketball court. One lucky person can have this beautiful home for $12.995.

#4: Sheryl Crow’s Property in Hollywood Hills

Built in 1924, Sheryl Crow’s 11-acre estate features four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It also comes with a three-bedroom guest house and a two-bedroom bungalow. This Spanish Revival home features a grand kitchen, a library, a wine cellar, and many outdoor amenities, such as an infinity pool, a cactus garden, and an outdoor fireplace. The singer’s Hollywood Hills mansion was placed on the market in October 2012 with an asking price of $15.95 million.

#3: Madonna’s Apartment in Manhattan

Located on the fifth and sixth floors of West 64th Street’s Harperley Hall, Madonna’s six-bedroom, eight-bathroom duplex in Manhattan is going for $23.5 million. This grand apartment features bedrooms on both floors with French doors, five wood-burning fireplaces, and beautiful park views. In 2009, the pop star moved into a larger property on the Upper East Side. She placed the property on the market in November 20, 2012.

#2: Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif’s Home in Beverly Glen

The star of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and her husband placed this property on the market after their highly publicized divorce.  It was purchased on October 19 for $19.5 million. This eight-bedroom and 11 bathroom French Chateau located in Beverly Glen was designed by architect Richard Landry and feature a wine cellar, media room, a tennis court, swimming pool, and a pool and guest house.

#1: Ryan Seacrest’s Home in Beverly Hills

The most expensive home on the market in 2012 was Ryan Seacrest’s mansion located in Beverly Hills. Purchased from Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, this 2.87-acre property features the main house — nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms — two guest cottages, and another three-bedroom house. The main home includes a media room, a pool, a meditation room, and a pond. This grand property is on the market for a whopping $37 million.