Steve Martin’s St. Barth Hideaway
Judging by their bathrooms alone, life is pretty good for some of our favorite superstars. How good? You can find out for yourself— if you’ve got enough cash. The homes on these pages are all on the market, and some of their famous owners are so motivated, they’ve slashed their asking prices in an attempt to reel in a buyer. Not planning to purchase any high-end real estate this year? Perfectly okay—you still get to peek into the inner sanctuaries of seven of the world’s most successful…MORE celebrities.
(Above) Comedian and author Steve Martin is just one of the many wild and crazy stars who flee to the island of St. Barth to let down their hair and escape the paparazzi. Martin’s stunning vacation hideaway, Villa Au Soleil, is perched on a hillside with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean from nearly every room. The home has four bedrooms, each with an en-suite bath and outdoor shower that opens to its own private terrace. The master also features an outdoor hot tub. Although Martin has enjoyed blissful solitude in this exclusive piece of paradise, he’s ready to move on: the price been reduced from $11.59 million to a cool $10.623 million.
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Jimmy Kimmel’s Hollywood Hills Home
Jimmy Kimmel is another successful comedian with excellent taste in bathrooms. The late-night TV host shared his meticulously restored 1947 home in the Hollywood Hills with comedienne Sarah Silverman before they parted ways a few years ago. The five-bedroom house has five bathrooms, including this spectacular master with a floor-set tub and spa shower on a raised teak bathing platform. Kimmel is selling his dream home for a reasonable $2.299 million.
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Heidi Klum’s Tuscan-Style Villa
Former model and Project Runway host Heidi Klum can now add real estate investor to her list of credits. Klum purchased this eight-bedroom, ten-bath Tuscan-style villa in 2010 as a foreclosure for $14.2 million. She immediately began restoring the property, doubling the master bath space for a “his and hers” effect and positioning a tub to overlook the Pacific Ocean. Klum put the home on the market at $25 million and sold it within a few weeks for $24 million.
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Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones’ Westchester Estate
Superstar couple Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones own multiple homes, including this 1930’s-era country estate in the exclusive suburb of Bedford, New York, purchased for $5 million in 2010. The six-bedroom home features six baths, including this traditional-style suite adorned with Carrara marble floors, countertops and tub deck. With the Douglas/Zeta-Jones marriage back on track, the couple is now selling their country retreat for $8.1 million.
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Renee Zellweger’s Connecticut Farmhouse
Actress Renee Zellweger’s 1770’s farm in rural Connecticut is low-key and tasteful after a careful restoration that preserved many of the original details. While thoroughly modern in function, this bath’s vintage vanity, clawfoot tub and wide-plank wood flooring blend seamlessly with the historic style of the home. Renee is selling her country charmer for $1.6 million.
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Celine Dion’s Beachfront Waterpark
No expense was spared when singer Celine Dion and her husband built their massive home in Jupiter, Florida back in 2010. Aside from having one of the longest private beaches in the state, the 16-bedroom retreat features this glorious master bath with vaulted ceiling and freestanding tub overlooking the Atlantic. The compound also has its own waterpark and manmade beach, should you weary of the real one facing the ocean. Originally priced at $72 million, the property is now listed at $62.5…MORE million.
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Christie Brinkley’s Yoga-Inspired Retreat
Supermodel Christie Brinkley’s tropical retreat sits on 200 feet of beachfront in the exclusive Parrot Cay Resort. Like the rest of the home, the master bedroom and bath, located in their own detached pavilion only steps from the sand, feature serene, Zen-inspired decor. Brinkley’s piece of paradise was previously priced at $10.75 million, but has been reduced to $9 million.