The 7 Coolest Hollywood Actor Pads on the Market

Updated on August 15, 2019
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1) Jeff Bridges’ Spanish Revival Home

If you want to walk in the footsteps of The Dude, now may be your chance. Jeff Bridges and his wife Susan Geston are selling their spacious Spanish Revival home in Montecito. The best thing about this celebrity pad is that it’s exactly the kind of home you’d expect Jeff Bridges to occupy. It sits on four acres surrounded by redwoods and oak groves, and it has its own horse facility and carriage house. The interior is as rustic as it gets with five fireplaces, a skylighted chef’s kitchen, beamed ceilings, and hardwood floors. The bad news: This home will run you about $8 million. The Dude abides.

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2) Debbie Reynolds’ Beach Dream House

Nothing screams “the celeb life” like owning a house on the beach in Malibu...and right on Pacific Coast Highway, no less! This spacious Carbon Beach house has an exciting Hollywood history, having been home to stars like Debbie Reynolds and Gary Marshall. This cozy Cape Cod includes 40 feet of beachfront property, a beachfront pool, and a private deck. Unfortunately, it’s no longer available for purchase; this shoreline escape recently sold for a whopping $15.95 million.

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Jennifer Aniston’s L.A. Castle

Brad and Jen may be a distant memory, but their ornate Beverly Hills mansion is anything but dated. Designed in 1934 by famed architect Wallace Neff, this 12,000 sq. ft. estate is now back on the market for $49 million. The cool thing about this house is how eclectic it is. It’s described as a French Normandy Revival property and even contains a pub room with wood floors imported from an old French castle. The kitchen floors are heated, and the great room features floor-to-ceiling windows and a mid-century modern motif. There’s even a private screening room. The good life has never looked so good.

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Benjamin Bratt’s Mid-Century Modern Hideaway

If you love both style and seclusion with a view, Benjamin Bratt’s Topanga home may catch your eye. This mid-century modern home recently listed for $4.8 million, and it’s already attracting a lot of attention. Built in the 1950s, the 3,500 sq. ft. home is surrounded by lush terraced gardens and features a spacious open floor plan and spectacular views of Malibu.

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Orlando Bloom’s Beverly Hills Bachelor Pad

Looking for the ultimate Beverly Hills bachelor pad? It will cost you. Actor Orlando Bloom recently listed his 4,000 sq. ft., ultra-modern estate for $8.999 million. The house is located in the exclusive -- and celebrity-rich -- Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, and it features glass walls, a courtyard-sized backyard, a spacious open floor plan with hardwood floors, and modern stainless-steel appliances. Though minimalist in design, it offers comfort, privacy, and enough space for epic Hollywood parties.

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6) John Stamos’ Happiest Place on Earth

John Stamos’ recently listed his Country French-inspired home in the Beverly Hills Post Office area. Valued at $5.8 million, the cozy house features a rustic interior with stone walls, timbered ceilings, and grand windows. The backyard features a large pool with panoramic views of Los Angeles. The coolest thing about the home may be the Disneyland memorabilia. Among other flourishes, the backyard prominently displays a large letter D, taken from a Disneyland sign that once hung at the entrance to the amusement park.

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7) Jim Belushi’s Eclectic Estate

Jim Belushi’s 14,000 sq. ft. Brentwood mansion is currently on the market for $27.995 million. The custom-designed mansion is rich with Mediterranean architectural elements and contains its own pool house and separate guest house. The main living areas connect to several secluded terraces, and the architecture itself includes tiles imported from places like Italy, Morocco, and South America.The master bedroom even has a private staircase that leads to a spa and grotto. Now that’s luxury living.


You may not be in the market for a $40 million home right now, but some of these houses are definitely worth seeing up close. When you’re checking out the hottest iconic spots in LA, be sure to make time for a celebrity home tour. You won’t regret it.

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