Most Famous Celebrity Homes – Ellen DeGeneres – From the inside to the outside of this celebrity homes, we will do a tour inside the corners of this homes. Talking about their choices and the interior designers they choose let’s continuous this tour.
And today’s the #17 position of our celebrity homes ranking is Ellen DeGeneres and Portia Rossi’s huge mansion in LA, Beverly Hills.
Did you already see the photos? I’m totally in love for this home. DeGeneres bought this new home in LA recently designed by architect A. Quincy Jones and the interior designer Billy Haines and even the architect Garrett Eckbo who design the landscape. She paid $40 millions to buy this 11 500 square property. This is the seventh home that Ellen lives with Portia de Rossi.
The best part, her neighbor is Hugh Hefner’s famous home – The Playboy Mansion!
This luxury home had a huge garden where she can give amazing parties, an amazing terrace cover with glass atrium with an great view to the indoor-outdoor feel and a tennis court. The living room has a library, a luxury choice in every piece of furniture giving a interesting taste to the home. A pair of slipcovered sofas and a cocktail table, all by Kathleen Clements Design.
Inside, the master bedroom, with a custom-made bed, have a view open up to the terrace, letting the sunlight entry for every room. In the room beside the bedroom, the master bath, with stained-walnut vanities, limestone countertops, and a marble floor; the mirrors with mother-of-pearl inlay are from India. And the bathtub overlooks a private garden. Pretty amazing don’t you think?
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The home include 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, an entrance hall equipped with a ping-pong table, Serge Mouille chandelier, and Spanish Colonial bench; a living room where “a roman bust gazes past a graphic painting by Mark Grotjahn, Louis XVI bergères mingle with slipcovered sofas, and a Jean Prouvé jib lamp;” a guest room with a Cité chair by Prouvé; and in the master bathroom a Diego Giacometti feline sculpture.
The residence was originally constructed for actor Laurence Harvey, and was later inhabited by Joan Collins and Will & Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick.
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