Here's a Look inside Kevin Hart's $5 Million Calabasas Mansion Where He Lives with His Family

Cathrine Mabvudza
Mar 20, 2021
05:50 P.M.
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Kevin Hart's $5 million home is nothing short of amazing with its lavish swimming pool, cabana, and enormous garage where he stores his luxury car collection. Here's a closer look at the breathtaking Calabasas mansion.


Actor and comedian Kevin Hart is at the height of his career with a string of box office hits including "Ride Along," "Central Intelligence," and the "Jumanji" series, which have solidified his name as a bonafide actor.

Hart's personal life is also thriving. He and his second wife, Eniko Parrish, recently welcomed their second child, Kaori Mai, to join his other kids, Kenzo Kash, Hendrix, and Heaven. The family of six has the perfect home to suit all their needs.

Eniko Parrish, Kevin Hart and their kids at 'The Secret Life of Pets 2' premiere at Regency Village Theatre on June 02, 2019 in Westwood, California. | Source: Getty Images



Hart's kids may still be young, but they are growing, and his 26-acre property in Calabasas, California, is the perfect place for them. The comedian built the home from scratch after buying the empty plot of land for a whopping $1.35 million.

Hart started building the double-story Spanish villa-style mansion in 2017, which cost another $2 million, before the other luxury structures of the home were built.



A quick glance at Hart's Instagram page will show that he and his family enjoy spending time outdoors, which can be expected because the huge home comes with a beautifully landscaped garden and some fun features for the whole crew.

Besides the enormous sparkling swimming pool and spa, the "The Upside" actor's home has a full-size volleyball court in the backyard and a vast 650 sq ft. open cabana which he and Parrish use as a home gym. 



One of the most impressive features of Hart's home is its huge garage lined with several modern and vintage luxury cars. The "Think Like A Man" actor allegedly has over a dozen cars in his collection, including a $500k Mercedes Benz.

Unfortunately, Hart's love for fast cars landed him in the hospital back in 2019, when the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda he and two other passengers were driving in lost control and crashed into a tree. Luckily, all three passengers survived.



Before Hart and his family moved into their envy-worthy $5 million home, they lived in a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom luxurious home in Tarzana, California, for seven years.

The two-story home which featured towering windows, high ceilings, and an exquisite floor-to-ceiling fireplace was just as impressive as Hart's current home with a pool, fountain, spa area, and two large garages.



Hart's Tarzana home was the perfect abode until it was burglarized in 2016. Despite having two security guards and high gates, thieves managed to get away with $500k worth of clothes and jewelry.

The burglary made headlines, and even though Hart sold the home in 2019, the new owners didn't keep the house very long. Within four months, it was already back on the market.