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Amazing Photos Of Taylor Swift’s Luxurious Homes

Monica April 15, 2024

All of Taylor Swift’s properties are amassed to equal $150 million. Not only has she lived in sprawling estates throughout the years, but she even acquired three homes on a single block in the Tribeca neighborhood in New York City. She has quite the portfolio when it comes to real estate and does not shy away from scooping up the next best house, condo, or apartment. She uses them as places to celebrate holidays, like the Fourth of July, or house her guests. Some of her music has also been inspired by some of these estates

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2009: The Penthouse Condo in Nashville

On Nashville’s historic Music Row, Taylor Swift purchased a 2 million dollar condo after “You Belong With Me” came out and hit the charts back in 2009. She and her family live in the 3,240-square-foot apartment in the heart of Nashville. Other notable figures, including Caleb Followill, had lived there. If you want to become Taylor Swift’s neighbor, you could snag the penthouse next door for $3 million. It’s even said she transformed the guesthouse into a recording studio.

It sits in the luxurious Adelicia building and has massive floor-to-ceiling windows with an open concept. According to Robb Report, “There’s an Olympic-size lap pool that comes with its private lounge where you can watch TV or order food from the catering kitchen. The building is also decked out with a five-level parking garage and a 3,000-square-foot fitness center with an on-site personal trainer and yoga room. ” The star designed the interior herself and described it as “Whimsically girlie,” and a style that has a “shabby-chic Alice in Wonderland” (via Robb Report).


2011: The Beverly Hills Cottage

After Speak Now hit the charts and made headway around the world, Taylor Swift decided to splurge out on a Cape Cod-style cottage in Beverly Hills, for a whopping $3.55 million. The home itself sits on nearly an acre and a half of land and has three bedrooms three bathrooms and a tennis court. But just before her Reputation tour in 2018, she sold the property for $4 million.

This home had a quintessential American architectural tradition and even had a one-bedroom guesthouse for Swift’s many friends and family members. The LA Times described it with “French doors open to the grounds, which include a patio with an outdoor fireplace off the back of the house and a lighted paddle tennis court. The guesthouse contains a high-ceiling living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, one bedroom, and a bathroom.” Surprisingly, she sold it, despite the home’s gorgeous low ceilings, central chimney, and center door (via LA Times).

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2012: A Midcentury-Style Bungalow in Beverly Hills

Taylor Swift expanded her portfolio to yet another home in Beverly Hills, even though she already had one. This one cost $1.78 million and was a single-story midcentury-style bungalow. It stylishly featured a pool, garden, private courtyard, 1,000-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar, and a gourmet kitchen.

It was completed with skylights, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. She’d end up putting a considerable amount of cash into the home to make it top tier, including adding a new roof. But she only had the property for around 6 years and ended up selling it for $2.65 million at the end of 2018 (via Mansion Global).


2013: Her Rhode Island Penthouse

Taylor Swift spent $17.8 million on her property in Rhode Island. Not only was it expensive, but she paid for it with cold, hard cash that she’d earned from her numerous Grammy awards and platinum hits. She’s one of the only people in the world that could amass nearly $18 million in cash.

She’d thrown 4th of July parties, where celebrities like Selena Gomex, Ryan Reynolds, and Blake Lively joined. There’s probably nothing better than celebrating at a residence with views of the sea and the sun. And in April 2019, a teenager crashed a stolen car into the front gate as the police were pursuing him. Taylor commented on the getaway, saying, “Nothing good starts in a getaway car.” She referenced lyrics from a song called “Getaway Car” in her album Reputation (via Architectural Digest).


2014: Two Apartments in Tribeca

Taylor took to one of the most costly neighborhoods in NYC, Tribeca, and purchased two adjacent apartments and merged them. This turned it into a sprawling ten-bedroom and ten-bathroom residence, that spanned nearly 8,309 feet and set her back nearly $20 million.

It’s adorned with hardwood floors, exposed brick, wooden beams, and natural light that floods the room. The kitchen space sprawls and provides ample room for guests to gather around the granite island. There’s a stovetop and multiple ovens. Unfortunately, if you want to be Swift’s neighbor, you’ll have to chalk up a lot of cash. According to Money, “Even getting brunch at Swift’s favorite neighborhood spots will cost you. A cheese omelet at Sarabeth’s will run you $16.50, while Bubby’s charges $18 for a slice of avocado toast.” The condos around it cost between $2.2 million to $3 million (via Money).

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2015: The Beverly Hills Landmarked Mansion

For a whopping $25 million, Taylor Swift splurged when she purchased this mansion in Beverly Hills. It’s an expansive, luxurious Georgian Revival estate with seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. Previously, Samuel Goldwyn owned it.

There’s also a two-room guest apartment, a tennis court, a poolhouse, and a pool. And in 2017, Taylor took to adding a six-and-a-half-foot-high cinder block wall and a seven-foot-high retaining wall by the tennis court, to have privacy. Mayor Lili Bosse thanked Swift for restoring the home, and said, “I think this is a true community gem and so thrilled that this will be landmarked and preserved.” No one knows what has motivated Swift to purchase the home and completely renovate it. Perhaps it is to boost the value of the home (via Mansion Global).


2016: A Paradise for Renters

In 2016, Taylor Swift penned Cornelia Street about the rental property she lived in West Village, while her Tribeca compound underwent renovation. She uses her properties as not only a place to live but also a place to create and write. The first line of her song went, “I rent a place on Cornelia Street,’ I say casually in the car.” This is a historic home with four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and iron detailing. double-height ceilings, fireplaces, and breathtaking views of the city.

It also has a 30-foot-long indoor swimming pool and an area with a fireplace. She leased it for $40,000 per month, which might seem like a lot to us, but is merely a small amount for someone like Swift. Once Taylor left, it acquired a new owner, someone in the Italian furniture company. It went for sale for $18 million (via Business Insider).

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2017: Another Tribeca Townhouse

Imagine having so much money, that you could afford to be your neighbor. That’s exactly what Taylor Swift did when she purchased the adjacent townhouse next to her Tribeca compound. She purchased it for $10, which means that the total for the two is a whopping $48 million.

There are four kitchens, a farmhouse-style sink, and charming flooring. The home also comes with exposed brick walls, high-beamed ceilings, and wide plank wooden flooring. It’s no stranger to natural light, and a spot near the window is the perfect place for Swift to write chart-topping songs. It’s a cozy home that supposedly serves as a guesthouse while Swift resides in another residence in Beverly Hills. The home was originally built in 1915. A staircase leads from the first to the second floor, with a private terrace surrounded by Japanese paper glass and a private wet bar (via NY Post).

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2018: A Third Tribeca Residence

Two Tribeca residences aren’t enough, so the star took to buying a third one for $9.75 million in the same apartment building. That meant the three together equated to $47.7 million.

It’s likely the penthouse has similar features as her other ones, with high-beamed ceilings, cast-iron columns, and exposed brick. Nowadays, people are referring to the block as “Taybeca,” and rightfully so. All of the residences she’d purchased belonged to Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson, so you know there’s a ton of inspiration and creativity living within its walls (via Architectural Digest).

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2021: Primrose Hill, London

Even though Swift wanted to keep her relationship with Joe Alwyn under wraps, it’s said she and him sprawled on an $8.3 million townhouse in London. Even though the relationship eventually fizzled out, they had gone in together on this residence.

The couple also hunkered down at Alwyn’s Crouch End apartment during the pandemic. According to Page Six, it was “a four-story, six-bedroom house in Primrose Hill, only minutes away from Swift’s ex, Harry Styles. They were last spotted in public in July, enjoying a sunny day in London, where they spent the pandemic together,” until they broke up (via Page Six).

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The Early Years: The Christmas Tree Farm

Before Swift made her way to fame, she lived on a Christmas Tree Farm with her family, which was set across 11 acres of land. They lived there for a while until moving to a five-bedroom home in Wyomissing, where Taylor’s singing career began to seriously flourish. This is when she traveled to New York City for voice lessons.

In 2022, the family sold the home for less than $800,000, which seems small in comparison to Taylor’s spanning, expensive residences. Her childhood home was originally built in 1929, in a Georgian Colonial style, and had features like a butler’s pantry and brick fireplaces (Billboard).