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14-09-2015

21 Stunning Homes Of The Rich And Famous

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Be prepared to turn green with envy. Here are 21 homes of the rich and famous which they share with loved ones or use as a bolthole when not schmoozing with moguls around the world.

21 - Gisele and Tom Brady

They might have a chicken coup, but Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady’s Tinsel Town home is no shack. Their 22,000-square feet pad has two wings with 8 bedrooms, a nursery, weight room, wine cellar, a lift, 6-car garage and even a butler’s room.21 stunning homes of the rich and famous No doubt the Brazilian supermodel keeps her killer bod in shape in the lagoon-shaped swimming pool. It even has it’s own moat - great for keeping out uninvited paps and their pesky cameras. As well as looking fabulous, the mansion is also eco-focused, which should be no surprise because Gisele is passionate about protecting the environment.
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20 - Taylor Swift

The music superstar stumped up $17.7m – in cash - for her Rhode Island mansion. The fantastic 11,000-square feet waterfront bolthole is set in 5 acres, has 8 bedrooms and at least 10.5 bathrooms.21 stunning homes of the rich and famous It’s a mere 65 feet from the water, but if Taylor doesn’t fancy a dip in the ocean, she can swim in her large pool. It’s reported that she had her eye on the 1930s-built property for several weeks before buying it.

19 - Jerry Seinfeld

The American comedian bought his elegant home in East Hampton, New York for $32 million from rock star Bill Joel in 2000. A princely sum, but chicken feed to Jerry who made it rich after 9 seasons of Seinfeld, the show that made him a household name around the world.21 stunning homes of the rich and famous The house has 24 rooms, including a smoking room and music room - and 24 fireplaces. I guess it gets cold in The Hamptons! Complete with a tennis court and baseball field, the property sits in one of the most sought-after zip codes of the rich and famous, just 100 miles from Manhattan.
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