Eddie Murphy is a dad to nine children with five different women! At age 57 he is now expecting his 10th child. Conclusion- he is probably the only celebrity on this list who actually needs a lot of space..
When you are one of the kings of comedy, you get to live big. Murphy’s home cost him $20 Million, however, it’s now worth $85 million due to renovations he did to the house.
Michael Jordan- $15 million, Chicago
Legendary NBA player Michael Jordan retired 15 years ago, and since he has continued to build his empire from is various investments and business endeavors. From private estates and custom planes to his own golf course, this legend can afford the finest things in life.
Michael Jordan's 56,000-square-foot estate has been on the market for over 6 years now, despite having gone through multiple price cuts and an unsuccessful auction. It may be too much for most people to handle. At one point, Jordan even offered a bundle deal which included a complete set of Air Jordans with the house. Interested now?
Courteney Cox- $45 million, Malibu
It would probably surprise you to know that Courteney Cox initially wanted to become an architect. Although she did not complete her architecture degree, her home is a great example of her potential.
Courtney lives in a much different home than her character Monica from the famous sitcom Friends. She lives in a mansion high above the Pacific Ocean on two coveted acres first cultivated in the ’50s. The house has guest cottages, an amazing backyard complete with a saltwater swimming pool, a fire pit, and a movie room.
Dolly Parton -Brentwood, $845K, Tennessee
As the ultimate country queen, you'd expect Dolly to own and live in a $10 million mansion at least. But, despite spending so many decades in the limelight, Parton is still humble, even when it comes to her homes. She even bought and restored her childhood home. Today she and her husband live in a home they bought in 1999 for $400,000!
They also own 70+ acre in the area and have used it to build guest homes, a tennis court, and a pond. Still, the home where Dolly sleeps and sings is only worth $845,000. That's humility!
Parker Schnabel proved to everyone that you shouldn't underestimate teenagers! When he was just 16, he took over his grandfather’s gold mine, and he has millions of viewers who watch him in the process.
There were some rumors floating around online that the star of the reality T.V. show “The Gold Rush,” had purchased a far-more-than-humble-abode. It turns out that even though Schnabel has an estimated net worth of $3 million, he doesn't own a home! You could say he's more of a nomad than new homeowner. He prefers to focus his finances on his "big expensive sandbox instead."