Ellen DeGeneres' beautiful Californian mansion was bought for $18.6 million

May 02, 2018
09:21 A.M.
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The famous talk show host purchased a home worth 18.6 million dollars and the view is spectacular.

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Ellen DeGeneres bought an expensive new property in October 2017, and it is a beachfront home in Carpinteria, California, according to Mansion Global.

The home was listed as the highest on-market sale during that year. Property records revealed that DeGeneres purchased the home through a private trust and her business manager.

The 60-year-old host of The Ellen Show’s mansion has five bedrooms. It also overlooks the Pacific Ocean south of Santa Barbara. It has a floor master suite with a private office, a bedroom, and a huge walk-in closet.

Upon entrance, there is a wide road lined with trees, which leads to the massive home. The Cedar-shingle house has contemporary interiors with window-lined walls.

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Included in the property are a large guest house, clay tennis court, and a plunge pool.

Mansion Global suggested that DeGeneres may do some changes with the property, even though the mansion has already been greatly renovated, just like what she has done with her previous homes.

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The property was originally listed by MK Properties’ Marsha Kotlyar and Berkshire Hathaway Home Services’ Kathy Winter.

As for DeGeneres, she was represented by Suzanne Perkins of Sotheby’s International Realty in the sale.

Perkins previously mentioned that DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi, had also listed their 1930’s Tuscan-style villa in Montecito, California for $45 million.

The property in Montecito occupied 17 acres of land on a hilltop. The home had an 18th-century Italian touch to it and it came with nine wood-burning fireplaces, a media room, as well as multiple libraries and reading spaces.

A lot of people have questioned the host’s decision to sell the home since in her 2015 book entitled Home, she had written, ‘I really do hope we live here forever.’

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