- These celebrities still have homes on the market.
- 50 Cent’s home has been on the market for over a decade.
- These houses haven’t been sold yet.
Living in the former home of your favourite celebrity sounds like an absolute dream. Though it’s no secret that being able to nab the home of a celebrity A-lister can cost you a pretty penny, some homes are available for the purchasing and stay on the market for quite a while.
Here are 10 celebrity homes that are reportedly still on the market. It’s worth noting that we are only able to go off of the current listings as of the time of writing.
Michael Jordan: Chicago, Illinois, asking price: $US14.855 million.
Former NBA champ Michael Jordan may have impressed fans with his skills on the court, but his gigantic Chicago home is still sitting on the market.
The house is outfitted with a Jordan-branded basketball court and plenty of other personalised features. It has been on the market for the last six years. Originally priced at $US29 million, the price has been nearly cut in half since then and is still struggling to find a buyer. And yes, MJ is apparently still paying the annual property taxes on the location, which total up to almost $US100,000.
Billy Joel: Palm Beach, Florida, asking price: $US16.5 million.
Placed on the market in 2015, Billy Joel’s Florida mansion is still up for sale. Listing for a little under $US20 million initially, it has since been slashed to almost $US16.5 million in April. Joel’s eight-bedroom mansion even comes equipped with furniture.
Eva Longoria: Los Angeles, California, asking price: $US9.8 million.
Former “Desperate Housewives” star Eva Longoria purchased her Los Angeles home in 2015 from Tom Cruise, but now she’s moved on. The home, which initially had an asking price of $US14 million, is reportedly being sold for $US9.8 million. The four-bedroom, four-bath home is super private and located just off of Mulholland Drive.
Antonio Banderas: New York City, asking price: $US7.45 million.
Iconic actor Antonio Banderas is still looking for someone to purchase his luxurious Central Park apartment. Originally purchased with his ex-wife Melanie Griffith in 2005 for under $US4 million, Banderas paid her $US2.28 million to have sole ownership of the property when the divorced in 2015.
Now listed at $US7.45 million, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment has yet to sell. It’s located in the Prasada in New York City, a luxury building that rarely has openings.
Rachael Ray: Southampton, New York, asking price: $US3.5 million
TV Chef Rachael Ray listed her glamorous Southampton, New York home on the market in 2017 and the property is still for sale. The home boasts three bedrooms, five bathrooms, and lots of green space.
Kelly Clarkson: Hendersonville, Tennessee, asking price: $US8.75 million.
Sitting on the market since March 2017, singer Kelly Clarkson’s Tennessee mansion is still up for grabs. With seven bedrooms and nine-and-a-half-bathrooms, the waterfront estate has been listed for $US8.75 million.
Shaquille O’Neal: Windermere, Florida, asking price: $US28 million.
Another former NBA superstar that put his house up on the market and has yet to sell is baller, Shaquille O’Neal. Located in Windermere, Florida, the 31,000-square-foot property went on the market in May for $US28 million and is still there.
Purchased in 1993 for just $US4 million, the home has had multiple renovations and has luxurious touches such as a 17-car garage, private dock, 12 spacious bedrooms, and a swim-up bar in the outdoor pool.
Mel B: Los Angeles, California, asking price $US5.9 million.
Spice Girl founding member Mel B’s contemporary home in Los Angeles has been on the market for quite a while. The home that she previously shared with then-husband was listed originally for $US8.995 million, according to the Telegraph, and has since had price drops to $US7.5 million and finally the $US5.9 million it’s being marketed at now, according to Variety.
The home was originally purchased in 2014 with her ex-husband Stephen Belafonte for $US4.34 million, according to Variety.
50 Cent: Farmington, Connecticut, asking price: $US4.2 million.
It’s been over a decade since former G-Unit front-man 50 Cent put his 19-bedroom, 19-bath Connecticut mansion on the market.
Initially, the over-the-top home was put on the market for $US18.5 million, but 11 years later, the home now sits on the market for just below $US5 million. And before he sells it for anything less than that, 50 – real name Curtis Jackson – said that he would donate it to the G-Unity Foundation.
Melanie Griffith: Aspen, Colorado, asking price: $US4.3 million.
Located in Aspen, Melanie Griffith’s ski chalet has impressive views of the Highland Ridge and Conundrum Valley and has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Originally put on the market in 2015 after her split from Banderas for $US10 million, the home was put on the market again in 2017 for $US6.37 million.
It was back up again with a price cut in April 2018 for $US4.8 million. The home currently sits on the market for $US4.3 million.
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