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Inside Ariana Grande’s Houses Through the Years

Ariana Grande’s houses over the years illustrate a robust map of the singer’s ever-evolving career. The petite pop star released her first hit, “The Way,” in 2013, and in the past decade she’s amassed both a solid collection of number ones and an impressive array of properties—not that her talents are limited to singing and flipping homes. The “Yes, And?” singer, whose new album Eternal Sunshine drops March 8, is set to star as Glinda in the long-anticipated film adaptation of the musical Wicked later this year.

Grande was born and raised in Boca Raton, Florida, but has set down roots in both New York City and Los Angeles as an adult, with a particular penchant for homes with celebrity pedigrees. Prior to investing millions in real estate, however, the “Positions” singer was a renter, trying out pads in different neighborhoods for months and years at a time. Since then, she has bought and sold a number of residences on the West Coast—time will tell where she’s looking to make moves for this next chapter of her creative journey.

Below, we’ve rounded up some of the places that Grande has called home.

French manor-style rental

Grande first burst onto the scene as a young actor in the lead role on Disney’s Victorious in the early 2010s. By 2013, as Grande was shifting her focus from acting to singing, she and her mother, Joan, rented a luxurious French-manor-style house in LA’s Toluca Lake neighborhood. Measuring approximately 10,000 square feet, the property boasted amenities such as a wine cellar in the formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen with a granite center island, a home theater, and a gym. The home, which was built in 2007, also boasted coffered ceilings, wood and stone floors, and seven fireplaces with hand-carved mantels. While it’s unclear how much Grande and her mom paid per month for the rental, it last sold for $6.5 million in November 2015, according to Realtor.

Francis Ford Coppola’s Tudor-style home

Grande and her mother next moved into a rental in LA’s Hancock Park that previously belonged to iconic film director Francis Ford Coppola. The Tudor-style home featured six bedrooms and boasted a soaring two-story entryway, a gourmet kitchen, a wood-paneled sunroom, and a generously sized pool and spa. The house measured 6,041 square feet, and Grande reportedly left her mark by installing a recording studio in the basement. Though it is not publicly known exactly how much the mother-daughter pair paid for their stay there, the home was reportedly on the rental market for $18,900 a month in 2012.

Mediterranean-inspired canyon mansion

The singer had churned out two hit albums—2013’s Yours Truly and 2014’s My Everything— by the time she moved into her next pad. In 2015, she rented a Mediterranean-inspired mansion situated in the Benedict Canyon area of LA. The secluded property measured more than 6,000 square feet and featured five bedrooms. The marble interiors of the home showed up frequently on Grande’s social media feeds (fans are sure to recognize the intricate wrought iron railings). Dirt reported that the property was last on the rental market for $40,000 a month.

Luxurious Chelsea apartment

Grande’s next home was also her first big real estate purchase—3,000 miles away in New York City. The year was 2018, and she was in a headline-making, whirlwind romance with former Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson. The singer reportedly paid $16 million for a swanky Chelsea apartment in a building outfitted with all the amenities one might expect for a megastar of her caliber: an IMAX theater, a sauna, a private spa, and a pool. The unit measured 4,000 square feet and boasted five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. In an interview with GQ, Davidson joked about feeling out of place in the high-end pad. “She’s really sweet. She’s like, ‘This is our house,’ and I’m like, ‘You’re very nice for saying that. Thank you for letting me stay here,’” he said. “It’s like, we have six beanbags, but we have no forks—you know what I mean? We’re learning how to be adults. We’re having a really fun time.” Grande and Davidson ended their relationship five months later, and the condo unit sold for $13.5 million in 2021.

Hollywood Hills home

Two years later, Grande set down roots on the west coast with the purchase of a brand new ultra modern, three-story property with floor-to-ceiling windows in the Hollywood Hills. Set on a third of an acre, the $13.7 million hillside dwelling measured more than 10,000 square feet, with four bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The modern, minimalist aesthetic of the place was complimented by a host of top-tier amenities, including a fitness studio, a cedar-lined wellness center, and a 300-bottle wine cellar on the lower floor. An infinity pool and an expansive back deck were accessible through a set of glass sliders and offered unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean. Despite the property’s incredible offerings, however, Grande didn’t stay too long. The singer sold the property for $14 million in late 2021.

English-style Montecito mansion

A few months following the purchase of her Hollywood Hills abode, Grande snapped up a $6.8 million Tudor-style home in the celeb-favorite town of Montecito, California. She purchased the unique pad from Ellen DeGeneres and her wife Portia de Rossi, who had flipped it earlier that year. Known as the Porter House, the one of a kind historic structure consists of two separate barns originally built in Surrey, England, in the 1700s, which were carefully dismantled and then reconstructed in California. The two parts are joined by an orangery—a glass-enclosed space akin to a greenhouse—and each wing of the house includes wood-beam ceilings, exposed brick fireplaces, and antique casement windows. In 2021, Grande married real estate agent Dalton Gomez at the house. The Grammy winner quietly flipped the property back onto the market in 2022 and sold it in an off-market deal for $9.1 million that fall.

Bird Streets residence

In 2021, Grande expanded her West Coast holdings with the purchase of an $8.9 million cottage in the coveted Bird Streets neighborhood of LA’s Hollywood Hills. The 1946 built house was a tad smaller than Grande’s other pads at 1,590 square feet, and it was initially rumored that Grande and Gomez might raze the existing structure. But the pair divorced in 2023 and the house remained untouched. In early 2024, Grande sold the property to Bad Bunny at a slight loss, for $8.3 million.

Second Hollywood Hills house

One year after buying the Bird Streets pad, Grande picked up a Hollywood Hills property that previously belonged to Cameron Diaz. (Fun fact: Diaz and her husband, Benji Madden, still own the house next door.) The singer paid $4.9 million for the relatively modest two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom dwelling, which is reportedly a single-story midcentury-style house. Details about the pad are scant, given that Grande picked it up in an off-market deal, but Diaz reportedly initially bought the property with plans to tear down the existing house and build a larger structure in its place, though this never came to fruition. It remains to be seen whether Grande will embark on any major renovations at the property. This is currently her primary home.


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