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22 Incredible Celebrity Houses

1. Laura Ingraham - $1 Million, South Glastonbury, Connecticut

If you've ever watched The Ingraham Angle on Fox News, then you should know Laura Ingraham. Ingraham has been hosting the talk show since 2017. She also happens to be the editor-in-chief of the conservative American website, LifeZette. In South Glastonbury, Connecticut, you can find her 6,336-square-foot home, which comes with five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and an ample-sized pool.


2. Vanna White - $47.5 Million, Beverly Hills, California

Vanna White has earned a huge amount of fame and wealth through hosting the Wheel of Fortune. She invested in a 22,194-square-foot dream residence in Beverly Hills. The two-story mansion features a Florentine-style arch on its main entrance, a lush landscape surrounded by palm trees, and its own private vineyard. Vanna White and George Pietro once lived here until they decided to appoint a divorce lawyer in 2002. In a most recent real estate report, the house was listed for $47.5 million.


3. Rachel Maddow - $1.5 Million, Manhattan, New York

Rachel Maddow made a name for herself by hosting The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC. With an estimated net worth of $20 million and a yearly salary of $7 million, Maddow purchased an apartment in Manhattan on the advice of her financial planning adviser. The place is furnished with beautiful hardwood floors, a cozy fireplace, exposed wooden beams, and a soothing view of the Hudson River.


4. Aaron Rodgers & Danica Patrick - $8 Million, Del Mar, California

NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers is one of the most recognizable names in NFL history. After ending his relationship with model Kelly Rohrbach, he started dating well-known race driver Danica Patrick. We're sure the couple have found some relaxation from their busy schedules in this $8 million Del Mar mansion. The paradise consists of six bedrooms, four bathrooms, a home cinema, a gym, a spa, a beauty salon, and of course, a football field.


5. Ann Coulter - $577K, Upper East Side, NYC

Ann Coulter, a noted social and political commentator and columnist with 12 best-selling books to her name, is the proud owner of a $577,000 residence on the Upper East Side, New York City. The 1,400-square-foot estate boasts high ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and leadlight windows. Ann also has another house in the same area that is worth $1.5 million. We guess the new purchase is mainly for investment purposes though, as it has a tenant paying $1,600 monthly.


6. Dr. Phil - $6.25 Million, Beverly Hills, California

Dr. Phil rose to prominence while working as a psychologist and trial consultant on The Oprah Winfrey Show. He even started his own talk show Dr. Phil, which turned out to be a huge success. Over the years, he has managed to rake $400 million into his bank account. So, it only seems right that Dr. Phil can pamper himself with all manner of luxuries, including this $6.25 million estate in Beverly Hills. We hope the house has good insurance since it's worth a lot of money.


7. Jack Nicholson - $4.2 Million, Malibu, California

Known for films such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Shining, Batman, and many more, Nicholson has been able to preserve his leading-man status in Hollywood for over six decades. Due to such an impeccable career, Nicholson has accumulated around $400 million in his bank account. With the help of his financial adviser, he has made a number of wise real estate investments, including a $4.2 million mansion in Malibu. One look and you'll fall in love with this house.


8. Pat Sajak - $699K, Glendale, California

After years hosting Wheel Of Fortune, Pat Sajak has a bulging bank account of $65 million, more than enough for him to have his perfect mansion. This two-story house covers an area of 2,600 square feet and has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, three washing rooms, and a fully-equipped kitchen. It was once home to Sajak and his wife Sherrill, but the couple decided to sell it after their divorce.


9. Wesley Snipes - $4.1 Million, Alpine, New Jersey

The famous actor, director, film producer, and martial artist made a name for himself with his performances in movies such as White Men Can't Jump, Passenger 57, and Blade film trilogy. He and wife Nikki Park own an ultra-modern house in Alpine's premier community. The community is not gated but the house is protected by private security gates. Snipes reportedly did a thorough background check and even consulted his tax attorney before the purchase.


10. Steve Harvey - $7.7 Million, Chicago

Back in 2013, Steve Harvey bought a 5,5000-square-foot penthouse on the 88th floor of Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago. He lived in the property while filming of his daytime talk show The Steve Harvey Show. Harvey decided to sell the luxury condo for $7.7 million after the show was relocated from Chicago to Los Angeles.


11. Robert Conrad - $1.75 Million, Bear Valley

Retired actor Robert Conrad is most famous for his role in the '60s TV show The Wild Wild West, playing a secret service agent. In recent years, Conrad has been hosting a national radio show, The PM Show with Robert Conrad. He once owned this retreat in Bear Valley while he was filming High Mountain Rangers. In 2014, the house was reportedly sold for $1.75 million.


12. Oprah Winfrey - $90 Million, California

The media mogul giant, with about $3 billion in assets, bought this $50 million estate in California, which is right next door to Ellen Degeneres' abode. This 23,000-square-foot mansion has one of the most advanced home security systems. Owing to the queen's expensive taste, the house is now worth about $165 million. We imagine the cost of home insurance alone runs into the millions of dollars.


13. Mark Zuckerberg - $59 Million, Lake Tahoe, California

Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder, recently bought two side-by-side mansions on Lake Tahoe, which took $59 million out of his substantial bank balance. The two properties total fifteen bedrooms and cover about 10 acres of area. They both feature a rustic farmhouse style and scenic views that are worth every penny.


14. Wolf Blitzer - $1.34 Million, Bethesda, Maryland

Wolf Blitzer has been a CNN reporter since 1990 and caught the public eye as a host of The Situation Room. Thanks to his successful career, Wolf Blitzer has accumulated $16 million in his bank account. He and his better half of 46 years, Lynn Greenfield, have been living a quiet life in their home in Bethesda, Maryland for three decades. They bought the house for about $710,000, but its value is now reported to be $1.34 million. It seems unlikely the couple will sell it for profit, and the house might even be their retirement home.


15. Anderson Cooper - $3.1 Million, The Hamptons

As a famous journalist, TV host, and author, Anderson Cooper has around $110 million in his bank account. He has had a flourishing career with the CNN and now hosts the news show Anderson Cooper 360°. He has been the first gay person to moderate the presidential debate between the current United States president and his prime rival. What stands out as much as he does is his lovely English-style house in the Hamptons, which exudes old charm from the inside out.


16. Sean Hannity - $8.5 Million, New York

Don't you think Sean Hannity has pretty much every talent in the book? He is not just a talk show host on Fox News, but a political commentator and a writer as well. His views tend to be right-wing, but he resides in liberal-dominated New York. His 11,000-square-foot home in Central Island has a whopping value of $8.5 million, featuring seven bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, a swimming pool, and a tennis court.


17. Chris Wallace - Price Unknown, Washington D.C.

Three-time Emmy Award-winning TV anchor Chris Wallace made himself a household name as a host on Fox News Sunday. With an estimated net worth of $12 million, Chris can afford almost any luxurious home without worrying too much about going bankrupt. His two-story mansion in Washington D.C. has all the features he needs to relax himself after work.


18. Shepard Smith - $3.95 Million, Greenwich Village, New York

Shepard Smith has gained immense respect and wealth by working as a Fox News anchor. With a $25 million net worth and a yearly salary of about $10 million, Shepard didn't need a home loan to buy his $1.875 million condo in Greenwich Village, New York. He wanted to make a profit from the house though and later put it up for $3.95 million. However, due to the absence of buyers, he has since taken it off the market.


19. Lester Holt - $6.4 Million, Manhattan, New York

We dare say that Lester Holt is not only a renowned journalist and news anchor of NBC, but also a wise investor. One of his worthwhile investments was an amazing Manhattan apartment. The house is a real feast for the eyes with its stunning interior decoration and fabulous view of Madison Square Park from the balcony. Lester sold it for almost twice the purchase price at $6.4 million. By any account that's a huge profit from a property.


20. Bill Hemmer - $1.75 Million, Sag Harbor, New York

Bill Hemmer initially worked as a news anchor for CNN and later jumped ship to the FOX News Channel. He is now known to us as a co-anchor on America's Newsroom. Banking on his enterprising career, Hemmer has earned himself $4 million and is completely focused on managing his finances. He also invested in a gorgeous mansion in Sag Harbor, New York, which sits on two acres of land and has four luxurious bedrooms.


21. Andrew Napolitano - Price Unknown, New Jersey

Andrew has been working for Fox News Channel since January 1998. He now serves as the senior judicial analyst, commenting on legal news and trials on the Fox News Channel along with the Fox Business Network. He has also published several books and written columns for The New York Times, The Wall Street, and others. This powerful man owns two large mansions, one in Manhattan, and the other in New Jersey. With a $9 million net worth, he can certainly afford the upkeep of his houses.


22. Martha Maccallum - Price Unknown, Massachusetts

With fresh and cool colors in the interior, the Fox News anchor's nest looks like the perfect place to spend the summer in. Although we don't know the cost of the property, the size and the stylish interior indicate that it is worth millions (and that doesn't account for the home insurance).

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