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10 Celebrity Homes on the Market Right Now

By: Emily Nonko

For the right price, you can live like Beyoncé and Ellen DeGeneres.

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Johnny Depp | Lexington, Kentucky | Price: $1.995 million

Johnny Depp’s Kentucky horse farm, which spans a grand 42 acres, is up for grabs if you’ve got $1.995 million. On top of two barns holding 12 stalls, there’s a 6,000-square-foot, six-bedroom home and an in-ground pool. The surrounding acreage, just outside of Lexington, provides celebrity-approved privacy.

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Ellen DeGeneres | Santa Barbara, California | Price: $38 million

America’s sweetheart Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi have a reputation as expert home flippers, and this Santa Barbara estate is their latest to hit the market. Named the Villa for its Italian villa inspiration, the 1930s home is rich with details, from wide wood floors to rustic 18th-century Italian tiles to vintage light fixtures. The 16-acre grounds are lush with olive and eucalyptus trees, plus charming fountains, gardens, statuary and sculpture. Transporting to Europe with Ellen won’t come cheap — the property’s asking $38 million.

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George Strait | San Antonio, Texas | Price: By Request

"Breathtaking" would be an understatement in describing country singer George Strait’s 12-acre estate in San Antonio, Texas. The 8,000-square-foot abode mansion sits on a hill with views of the Texas Hill Country. Inside, details include raw wood beamed ceilings, 14 hand-sculpted fireplaces and custom-stained glass windows. Don’t forget perks like a hot tub and infinity pool, wine cellar, basketball court and separate guest house. The price is by request.

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Eva Gabor | Los Angeles | Price: $14.495 million

Designed by architect-to-the-stars Paul Williams in 1938, this Los Angeles property was called home by legendary screen actress Eva Gabor. She’s part of a string of celebs who have lived in the white Southern Colonial — residents include Frank Sinatra, Mia Farrow, Audrey Hepburn and David Niven. Perks of the 6,400-square-foot pad include a tennis court with a viewing deck, pool house with a kitchen, and a sauna off the swimming pool. It’s now asking $14.495 million.

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