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Celebrities that Live in Normal Homes - Celebrities that live in Modest Homes - Celebrities that Live in Smaller Homes
Pete Wentz is a member of the band Fallout Boy, he was also married to Ashlee Simpson for a brief amount of time and they have a son together Wents lives in a average sized home in Studio City, California. The home has four bedrooms and is under 2,000 square feet. Much smaller than the average celebrities home but closer to the average American's sized home. The modest home still has many luxuries such as a tea house, koi pond, a fireplace, and a very open floor plan. Even though Wentz lives in a modest sized home, the price tag is still hefty at $1.5 million dollars.
Leighton Meester became famous for her role on "Gossip Girl" and has starred in a variety of movie. She most recently married Adam Brody in a secret wedding. Meester is one of the few celebrities that lives in a smaller home. Meester's Encino, California home is just under 2,500 square feet. The home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a pool, a brick barbecue, a cabana, and an outdoor covered lounge area. Even though Meester's home may be on the smaller size, the price tag is still on the large size. Meester's home comes in at $1.5 million dollars.
Lea Michele hit stardom as Rachel Berry on the television show "Glee", she recently bought a 2 bedroom bungalow in Los Angeles, California. The 1,805 square foot home was built in the 1920s and contains a chef's kitchen, saltwater pool, a master bath complete with French doors, a private terrace, and with walking distance to Wattles Garden Park. This quaint home was purchased for $1.4 million dollars.
Located in the heart of New York City, Swanks city apartment is a mere 1,400 square foot apartment. Swank considers her New York apartment to be like a treehouse overlooking the city. Swank grew up living in a trailer, so she is used to living in smaller spaces. She has a travertine floored updated spa like bathroom, and the rest of the apartment is styled in a very understated manner but chic.
Johansson owned a 1,300 square foot duplex loft in Manhattan. The duples loft offered 22 foot high ceilings, Brazilian cherry hard wood floors, a limestone fireplace, double height windows, a chef's kitchen, 2 full baths, and a European pod shaped soaking tub. Even though Johansson once lived in this smaller apartment, she originally paid $1.95 million for the 1,300 square foot duplex loft. Living in Manhattan doesn't come cheap.