Ellen DeGeneres expands her empire and buys two Montecito mansions for $13,000,000


This is what one of the two mansions that Ellen DeGeneres bought in Montecito looks like

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The host Ellen Degeneres64 years old and who on May 26 say goodbye to ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’was back in the news a few hours ago due to the great passion he has for buying and selling real estate, when it became known that he had just acquired two new mansions in the area of Montecito.

According to information from various media, the couple of Portia de Rossi opened the wallet and disbursed $13,500,000 dollars for both residences.

The first of the houses, built in 1915 and in a classic style, was bought by the couple on April 13, after paying $5,400,000 dollars.

Despite being over 100 years old, the property looks like it did in its heyday, having recently undergone a series of renovations.

The house has an extension of 1,910 square feetwith two bedrooms, with three full bathrooms, with a half bathroom, with a hall, with a kitchen, with a dining room, with a living room, with a main room, with a laundry room, with a garage for one vehicle, among other rooms.

Outside, on his lot 8,134 square feetenjoys a terrace, extensive green areas, a guest house, an office, outdoor entertainment, a fountain, among other amenities.

This is what the first of Ellen DeGeneres' mansions looks like (Zillow)
This is what the first of Ellen DeGeneres’ mansions looks like (Zillow)

The second property, which was built in 1926, is Spanish in style and was purchased by Ellen, on April 5, for $8,067,500 dollars.

This property has an extension of 3,118 square feetwith three bedrooms, with three full bathrooms, with a half bathroom, with a hall, with a kitchen, with a dining room, with a living room, with a main room, with an office, with a cinema room, with a wine cellar, with a laundry room , among other rooms.

Outside, on his lot 0.27 acres, It has extensive green areas, with a terrace, with a barbecue area, among other amenities.

So far it is unknown what he will do with both residences, although it is most likely that, faithful to his style, he will remodel them and in the near future he will launch them on the market again at a higher price.

The second of the houses is more striking and larger (Zillow)

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