Over the course of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s 26 year relationship, the couple has accomplished quite a lot. Whether it be acting, singing, rapping, or producing, the Smiths can do seemingly anything—including investing in numerous impressive properties across the globe. Much like the multi-hyphenate couple themselves, their real estate portfolio has quite the range, including a massive Calabasas mansion—and even a $2.5 million motor home (yes, really!). Below, take a look at all eight properties that Mr. and Mrs. Smith have called home over the last two decades.
A $937,500 Dwelling, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
In 1997—the year that Will and Jada got hitched—they purchased their first home together: a 8,000-square-foot abode in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania that cost $937,500, according to Variety. So, why did the couple first set roots in Pennsylvania? Well, just like he sings in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song, Will Smith really was born and raised in West Philadelphia—specifically Wynnefield—just 15 minutes from this sprawling pad. Evidently, you can take the fresh prince out of West Philly, but not for long…!
A $700,000 Humble Abode, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Variety reports that in 1998—just a year after purchasing their Bryn Mawr home—Will and Jada spent $700,000 on a 2,165-square-foot property north of Philadelphia. Not much else is known about this house, but it’s likely that the Smiths purchased both of these Pennsylvania dwellings to be close to Will’s family.
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A $3.4 Million Mansion, Hidden Hills, California
In 2003, Will and Jada dropped $3.4 million on a five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion in Hidden Hills, California, according to LoveProperty.com. Ever since 2017, the couple’s son, Jaden, has called this place home—and he’s one of many celebs who lives in this star-studded city. Kylie Jenner, Drake, Miley Cyrus, and Jennifer Lopez are also residents of Hidden Hills.
A $2.5 Million Motor Home
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With a reported net worth of $350 million, Will Smith is one of the highest paid actors—so it only makes sense that he spends plenty of time on movie sets. Of course, this means he has to spend time away from his many homes, but fear not: He still has an impressive abode to live in while filming, thanks to his two-story motorhome that’s worth $2.5 million. Will lived in this RV while filming iconic films like The Pursuit of Happyness, Men in Black III, and Ali, according to Business Insider. This particular vehicle—which is nicknamed The Heat—boasts 1,200 square feet, 14 TV screens, a dressing room, a movie theater that seats up to 30 people, and a 360-degree security camera. And you, too, can live like Will Smith if this lifestyle suits your vibe (but it might set you back a few thousand dollars)—an RV like this costs an estimated $9,000 a week. Watch the above video for an inside look at this home on wheels!
A $42 Million Mansion, Calabasas, California
The most expansive (and expensive) property in Will and Jada Smith’s real estate portfolio is a 25,000-square-foot Calabasas mansion that sits on 150 acres, according to LoveProperty.com. This spectacular abode took seven years to build, from 2003 to 2010, and the final product boasts nine bedrooms, an eight-car garage, its own movie theater, and a private recording studio—which is where the couple’s daughter, Willow, recorded her 2010 hit song “Whip My Hair.” And if all of that wasn’t impressive enough, this home also has its very own zip code—and it graced the cover of Architectural Digest back in 2011. It’s unclear just how much the Smiths paid for this extensive dwelling, but it was briefly listed for $42 million in 2014, not long before being taken off the market.
A $13.5 Million Beach House, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Back in 2009, Will and Jada Smith spent $13.5 million on a 2,200-square-foot abode in Hanalei, a small town on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, reports The Wall Street Journal. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom dwelling sits on seven acres—and the couple quickly (and impressively) flipped the property in 2011, selling it for $20 million.
A $910,000 Mediterranean-Style Abode, Woodland Hills, California
In August of 2010, the Smith family trust spent $910,000 on a 4,146-square-foot Mediterranean-style abode in Woodland Hills, California, according to Variety. This two-story property includes five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, three fireplaces, a pool and a spa. Although it’s not clear who lives in this dwelling, it surely sounds worthy of Hollywood royalty.
A $10 Million Compound, Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii
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Just a few years after buying and selling their first Hawaiian residence, Mr. and Mrs. Smith returned to the scenic archipelago, spending a cool $10 million on four different beachfront properties in 2015—and they ended up selling it all for $12 million just two years later, reports Variety. Located on the island of Kauai, this sizeable compound consists of 6.91 acres, and the four residential complexes boast seven bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms in total. The structures include a main house, guesthouse, carriage house, and a private studio, with amenities including a 50-foot swimming pool, spa, and tennis court (not to mention a private beach!).
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