Ellen DeGeneres owns $63.3 million in homes — and that hasn’t put a single dent in her earnings from “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
The 63-year-old comedian is calling it quits on her show after 17 years. But in that interval, she has owned $450 million in homes and made sufficient income to cover the price of her present holdings, Rancho San Leandro and the Dennis Miller home, each in Montecito, Calif.
She made a tidy $80 million gross revenue (not together with renovation prices) on the gross sales, in response to property data. Her internet revenue (revenue minus renovation prices) is probably going close to $65 to $70 million, using Millionacres flip-and-sell profit averages.
But DeGeneres doesn’t see herself as a home flipper. She says she loves adorning and even had a two-season house design present in 2015 and 2016. The money she makes is simply incidental, she has mentioned.
“We [DeGeneres and her wife, Portia De Rossi] buy a house, and we love it, and we stay in it, and then we get a little bored because we like a different style or a different aesthetic, and I love furniture, and I love decorating… So if I find something else and we make money, it turns out, why not move to another house?” DeGeneres advised Today in a 2018 interview.
A consultant for Ellen DeGeneres didn’t reply to requests for remark.
Rancho San Leandro
Montecito, Calif. | $14.3 million
DeGeneres lately made headlines for dropping $14.3 million on a ranch she offered solely three years in the past.
She offered the 6,800-square-foot house for $11 million in 2018 to Tinder founder Sean Rad in 2018 after buying it for $7.2 million in 2017. Now she has it again, at nearly double the price of what she received for it.
The 5.8-acre property in-built 2004 has two homes, a four-stall steady and a tack room that overlooks a fenced dressage enviornment and paddocks, according to Realtor.com.
The Adobe home presents privateness to a single grasp suite with two bogs, a gourmand kitchen, a breakfast room, a subterranean wine cellar and a recreation room, in response to Realtor.com.
The Monterey home has three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bogs, a eating space, a proper library, a fitness center and a terrace with a hearth, in response to Realtor.com. The property is one of two homes DeGeneres and De Rossi at the moment personal.
Dennis Miller home
Montecito, Calif. | $49 million
On the heels of poisonous workplace allegations in 2020, DeGeneres dropped $49 million in all-cash for this 16,000-square-foot, extraordinarily personal property spanning three heaps. It the second of two homes she and De Rossi at the moment personal.
The 4.3-acre property was developed by speak present host and political commentator Dennis Miller over almost a decade, starting in 2006, according to Dirt. It was by no means listed on the open market, so the quantity of bedrooms and bogs is unknown.
The walled-gated property has a visitor home, a storage, an infinity pool, a pool home, a barn designed by Tom Kundig, principal and proprietor of Olson Kundig Architects, and a 9,000-square-foot mansion within the South African Cape Dutch architectural fashion, in response to Dirt.
The buildings encompass a lily pond stocked with fish and a rowboat. The property additionally has walkways, natural vegetable gardens, parking for over 30 vehicles and hidden out of doors seating areas, in response to Dirt.
Barry Schwarz house
Hollywood Hills | $9.9 million
Rancho San Leandro isn’t the one home Ellen has gone again for.
Ellen first bought this 4,000-square-foot home for an undisclosed worth in 2005 from business director David Ramser. She offered the home for $10 million in 2007 to Allison Milligard, solely to purchase it again in 2014 for $8.75 million, in response to property data.
But in the end, she offered the five-bedroom, three-bedroom home for $9.9 million in 2016 to an LLC related to Barry Schwarz, co-founder of Calvin Klein, The Post beforehand reported.
The one-story home has vaulted and beamed wooden ceilings, built-in shelving and a hearth within the open front room. The 1.64-acre lot has a pool, a fireplace pit, a three-car storage and views of the Los Angeles skyline, according to Realtor.com. It was in-built 1958 and continues to be owned by the LLC that purchased it from Ellen (the second time).
Adam Levine home
Beverly Hills | $47 million
DeGeneres most lately offered this 10,400-square-foot mansion that when belonged to Adam Levine for $47 million, making a $2 million revenue. The purchaser has not been recognized.
The ivy-covered five-bedroom, nine-bathroom house was in-built 1933. DeGeneres bought for $45 million in 2019 and “completely renovated it,” according to Realtor.com.
The mansion has metal doorways and home windows and wide-plank reclaimed wooden floors, a two-story lobby, a 50-foot front room with stone hearth and white plaster partitions, a big eating room with a bar, an intimate paneled library, two kitchens, a fitness center and a theater with a bar. The major bed room suite has two massive walk-in closets and a luxurious rest room, in response to Realtor.com.
The gated, one-acre property has rolling lawns and gardens topped with a resort-like pool, a sunken tennis court docket, a visitor home and an out of doors kitchen with a pizza oven, in response to Realtor.com.
Before Levine, it was owned by Will and Grace producer Jason Nidorf “Max” Mutchnick and earlier than that, tennis participant Pete Samras, in response to property data.
Ariana Grande’s Tutor home
Montecito, Calif. | $6.75 million
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom, two-powder-room home is an precise English Tudor mansion — as in a 5,500-square-foot house constructed within the 1700s and introduced over from Europe within the Eighties, according to Architectural Digest.
DeGeneres spent $3.6 million in 2020 and offered it to to “Thank u next” singer Ariana Grande months later in 2020 for $6.75 million.
“Although they have bought and sold many properties in the past, they always planned to live in those homes,” itemizing agent Robert Riskin told Mansion Global at the time of the listing. “However, this is the first property they have ever purchased with the intention of renovating and selling. They loved working on this home and are thrilled with how it turned out.”
The historic house has an orangery, an octagonal library, uncovered brick fireplaces, wooden beam ceilings, two kitchens, a fitness center and a workshop, in response to Architectural Digest.
The 1.35-acre lot has a three-car storage, lush gardens designed by panorama architect Tom Nielsen, brick terraces, mature bushes and stone pathways, in response to Architectural Digest.
Salt Hill home
Montecito, Calif. | $33.3 million
DeGeneres bought this 10,700-square-foot home from Schuck’s Auto Supply heiress Marsha Glazer for $27 million in 2019, in response to property data.
The five-bedroom, 10-bathroom, two-office Balinese and Asian-influenced up to date design home in-built 2011 has massive glass doorways that open to a veranda with a panoramic vista stretching almost 50 miles alongside the shoreline, according to Realtor.com.
The 8.2-acre property has a big pond, a visitor home, an infinity pool and a cabana with a fitness center, in response to Realtor.com.
Following a break-in, she offered the Montecito mansion in 2020 for $33.3 million to an unidentified purchaser who seems to nonetheless personal the property, in response to property data.
Montecito, Calif. | $7 million
DeGeneres bought this 6,500-square-foot mansion in 2018 for $6.7 million.
The four-bedroom, six-and-a-half rest room house in-built 2010 is designed with “functional minimalism with expanses of retractable and Vitrocsa Invisible Wall glass,” according to Realtor.com.
The 40-acre lot is nestled within the Santa Ynez mountains and Toro Canyon Park. It has a two-bedroom visitor home and a multi-room cabana, in response to Realtor.com.
She offered it to Brian Robbins, the president of Nickelodeon, in 2019 for $6.98 million. He seems to nonetheless personal the home.
John Elgin Woolf home
Beverly Hills | $15.5 million
DeGeneres bought this 3,900-square-foot house from the widow of banker Harry J. Folk, Marjorie L. Volk, for $15 million in 2018, in response to property data.
The three-bedroom, four-bathroom house was designed by architect John Elgin Woolf within the Hollywood Regency fashion in 1962. En-suite bedrooms with entry to the courtyard and personal terraces, according to Realtor.com.
The half-acre lot presents metropolis and ocean views. It has a walled and gated motor court docket, and out again, a coated patio and out of doors areas with columns and bay home windows, in response to Realtor.com.
DeGeneres restored and up to date the property earlier than she offered it for $15.5 million in 2019 to the Laccone Living Trust, which is expounded to Rea Laccone, co-founder of publicly traded children’s clothing company Vince, Inc. She seems to not have offered the property since then.
Anthony Goldschmidt home
Beverly Hills | $35 million
DeGeneres bought this 5,300-square-foot Beverly Hills house from famed film poster designer Anthony Goldschmidt in 2015, in response to property data.
The four-bedroom, eight-bathroom house was in-built 1966. The 0.72-acre lot has a pool, however that’s the one public data, according to the Realtor.com listing.
She offered it for $35 million in 2018 to Sue J. Gross, who got $1.3 billion when she divorced PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross. Gross seems to nonetheless personal the property.
Maguire seaside home
Carpenteria | $23 million
DeGeneres bought this 6,000-square-foot seaside home from late actual property developer Robert F. Maguire III for $18.6 million in 2017.
The four-bedroom, five-and-a-half rest room home has a cedar-shingled roof, up to date interiors and window-lined partitions, The Post beforehand reported.
The over-one-acre property has a visitor home, a lighted clay tennis court docket, a plunge pool and 79 ft of waterfront. It was in-built 1979 and has been utterly reworked, according to Realtor.com.
DeGeneres offered the home for $23 million in 2019 to makeup tycoon Jamie Kern Lima, who seems to nonetheless personal the mansion.
Beverly West tower condominiums
Los Angeles | $11.85 million
This acquisition was the one one The Post discovered the place the comic and actual property mogul lost money.
She bought two adjoining condominiums on the Beverly West tower, in-built 2009, in Los Angeles for a mixed $13.2 million in 2014, according to Realtor.com. She offloaded them for a mixed $11.85 million in 2017, shedding simply over $1.3 million.
One was a 4,158-square-foot two-bedroom, three-bathroom condominium, and the opposite was a 3,800-square-foot two-bedroom, two-and-a-half rest room condominium, according to Realtor.com.
Each unit has a personal elevator, floor-to-ceiling home windows and stone finishes. One boasts wide-plank flooring and customized paneling, in response to Realtor.com, whereas the opposite’s kitchen has black cabinetry and money-green stone counter tops, according to Dirt.
Wallace Frost home
Montecito, Calif. | $34 million
DeGeneres purchased this home for $26.5 million in 2013 from businessman Thomas Sturgess and his spouse Heather, however it was as soon as house to inside designer John F. Saladino.
The 8,370-square-foot home in-built 1934 by famed architect Wallace Frost has six bedrooms, seven bogs, a media room, a number of libraries and a visitor annex. It additionally has a barrel-tiled roof, terracotta tiling, vast wooden plank flooring, uncovered ceiling beams and stone partitions sourced from native quarries, The Post beforehand reported.
The almost 17-acre property has an leisure pavilion known as Jordan Hall,” two swimming pools, a tennis court docket and strolling trails, per Zillow.
She sold the house for $34 million in 2017 to consumers who couldn’t be recognized.
Holmby Hills | $55 million
This 12,500-square-foot home was constructed for contemporary artwork collector Frances Brody and her husband, actual property developer Sidney. They offered the home in 2010 to an investor, who labored with LA Conservancy to revive the home, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Ellen bought the restored home for $40 million in 2014 and offered it six months later for a $15 million revenue, snagging $55 million from Napster founder Sean Parker, who seems to nonetheless personal it, in response to property data.
The 2.3-acre lot has a motor court docket, a visitor home, a championship-lighted tennis court docket, a pool and mature gardens, which embody colourful foliage, mature bushes, specimen palms and rose gardens, according to Realtor.com.
The nine-bedroom, eight-bathroom home was in-built 1950 by modernist architect A. Quincy Jones to mix mid-century fashionable and Hollywood fashionable kinds. The major bed room suite occupies the complete second ground and features a household room, a examine, terraces and twin dressing rooms, in response to Realtor.com.
“This house ushered in the era of Southern California indoor/outdoor living,” boasts the itemizing, talking of the house’s floor-to-ceiling home windows.
Beverly Hills | $20 million
This 8,000-square-foot house hosted the president of Fox West Coast, Charles Skouras and his spouse Diane Skouras, till 1997. DeGeneres bought the house from producers Swedlin Rosalie and Robert Cort in 2012 for $17.4 million.
The five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home was designed by famed architect Harold Levitt in 1956.
The high-ceilinged lobby opens to a front room, bar, lanai and recreation room. A music room results in a library. The kitchen has a butler’s pantry and opens to a household room. The major bed room suite has double bogs and has views of the fountain within the yard, according to Realtor.com.
The gated 0.9-acre lot has a motor court docket, a pool, a lounge space, a bar, a barbecue and a sitting space with an out of doors hearth, according to Zillow.
DeGeneres sold it for $20 million in 2013 to Roger Birnbaum, the proprietor of Spyglass leisure. It most lately offered for $21.445 million in 2019 to True Anchor LLC, which is expounded to Sweetgreen CEO Jonathan Neman.
Portia’s horse-dream getaway
Thousand Oaks, Calif. | $10.85 million
DeGeneres acquired this eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom home from Gloria and Bernard Salick, former Chairman and CEO of Salick Health Care, Inc. in 2008 for $8.5 million, proper after DeGeneres and de Rossi tied the knot.
De Rossi, 48, is a horse fanatic, so she was definitely happy to search out that the 7,000-square-foot house sits on an enormous 26 acres of pastures, horse stables and using trails, according to listing site Opendoor.
DeGeneres did in depth renovations on the home, which was initially in-built 1929, and offered it for $10.85 million in 2013 to designer James Perse, who seems to nonetheless personal the home — although it was occupied by the Olympic equestrian staff throughout quarantine, according to Realtor.com.
Ryan Seacrest home
Beverly Hills | $36.5 million
This three-acre property belonged to composer Jerry Herman earlier than DeGeneres acquired it for $29 million in 2008 — and promptly married Portia De Rossi at house.
It’s a wonderful place to get married. The property has a up to date essential home, two visitor homes, a pool, a pool home with a fitness center and a storage. It presents reflecting ponds and metropolis and ocean views, according to Realtor.com.
The 1964-built home has 9,000-square-feet of residing house, seven bedrooms and 10 bogs, in response to Realtor.com.
DeGeneres offered it for $36.5 million in 2012 to Ryan Seacrest, who listed the home for $85 million last year, however doesn’t seem to have secured a purchaser.
Brangelina seaside home
Malibu | $13 million
DeGeneres bought this 4,100-square-foot Malibu seaside home from Brad Pitt in 2011 for $12 million. Pitt had shared the seaside home with now-ex-wife Angelina Jolie.
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home in-built 1962 has a pool and three fireplaces, according to Realtor.com.
Most particulars have been faraway from itemizing websites, however studies on the time of the sale reported that the home has darkish bamboo flooring, a walk-in fridge and, outdoors, a tennis court docket, a swimming pool, a motor court docket, courtyards, patios and decks, according to Dirt.
DeGeneres offered the 1.23-acre property to superstar business supervisor Barry Greenfield in 2012 for $13 million, and he seems to nonetheless personal it, in response to property data.
Ex-Google CEO home
Montecito, Calif. | $20 million
Degeneres bought this 6,900-square-foot Montecito mansion from Arthur Rice in 2006 for $15.75 million.
The four-bedroom, six-bathroom house was designed in 1926 by architect George Washington Smith, who was recognized for his Spanish Colonial Revival fashion, according to the listing on Redfin.
The four-acre property has a visitor home, a studio, a tennis court docket, a pool and spa and a pool home with a dressing room, out of doors sitting room and fireside. The property additionally has massive gardens, strolling paths and personal sitting and meditation areas, in response to Redfin.
She offered the mansion to then-Google CEO Eric Schmidt for $20 million in 2007, and he seems to nonetheless personal the house, in response to property data.
Will Ferrell home
Hollywood Hills | $9 million
DeGeneres offered this 2.25-acre estate for $9 million in 2006 to Will Ferrell through an agent, in response to property data and confirmed by reports at the time of the sale. Ferrell seems to nonetheless personal the home.
The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half rest room house was in-built 1939. The three-lot property has botanical gardens, rolling lawns, a pool home and a visitor home, according to Redfin.
She bought the 8,500-square-foot home from “Will and Grace” producer Jason Nidorf “Max” Mutchnick — sure, in addition they each owned the Adam Levine home — for $6 million in 2003, property data present.
Hollywood Hills | $2.1 million
This glass-walled home is extra open air than indoors, with a 2,500-square-feet of out of doors leisure deck on a 0.43-acre lot — and only 1,860-square-feet of indoor living space — which is why it’s known as “The Treehouse.”
The house was in-built 1951. It has pure textures, polished concrete flooring, wood-beamed ceilings and a hearth, according to the listing on Compass.
DeGeneres purchased this house from furniture designer Guy Levalley Chaddock in 2004 — simply after “Finding Nemo” premiered and “The Ellen Show” received began — for nearly $1.3 million. She held onto it for less than a year earlier than she offered it to the late Heath Ledger underneath the “Thank you for the trust” belief in 2005 for $2.1 million, in response to property data.
Josh Hutcherson lived within the two-bed, two-bath house after Ledger, and he lately offered it to an LLC tied to MedMen’s Chief Strategy Officer and normal accomplice Christopher Ganen, who sold his Brentwood home around the same time.