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Hollywood’s Stars Who Live in Houses More Incredible Than Any A-List Celebrity

Some of these legendary artists might have fallen a bit under the radar or they might be starring in the next blockbuster movie! What we know for sure is that even if their debuts and career heydays took place decades ago, they are still alive and kicking. And with more than enough money earned throughout their successful careers, their retirement planning probably went smoothly. And judging by some of the houses these stars have, it would certainly appear so! Let’s take a look at the places where these never-forgotten stars are comfortably enjoying their golden years.

Julie Andrews – $33 Million, London

The Sound of Music star Julie Andrews has earned multiple awards and nominations for her work in films, TV, and theatre, showing her immense versatility when it’s time to perform. And a talent this size certainly goes with a lot of affluence, allowing her to afford a property as grand as her former London home which has been listed for $33 million. The house is no stranger to celebrities, with famous former occupants such as rock star Mick Jagger and even former Prime Ministers such as Margaret Thatcher. Meanwhile, it was reported in January 2019 that a third Princess’ Diaries movie is in the works. We hope Andrews will be in it!

Sean Connery – Around $1.9 Million, County Wicklow

Always remembered as the first James Bond, Sean Connery led a rewarding and prolific acting career. Connery was recognized for his talent all around the world and made a name for himself as an acclaimed actor. This helped him amass a great fortune that helped him own this Victorian-style home in Ireland. However, The Untouchables actor sold the property after years of using it to avoid the spotlight before deciding to go into retirement in 2004. In 2013, his former home was listed again but with a price of roughly $1.9 million.

Alan Jackson – $28 Million, Tennessee

Country star Alan Jackson and Denise, his wife, once lived in the 18,622-square-foot estate above with their three daughters. The extraordinary mansion partially drew inspiration from the Tara Plantation from Gone with the Wind. Back in 2010, the Jacksons decided to offload the Tennessee mansion dubbed as Sweetbriar. They asked for $28M for the four-bedroom house, which is a decent price given that the mansion even has its own 10-acre lake. The estate that rests on 135 acres of land also has a barn, a swimming pool, a custom pub, a game room, and a 20-car garage.

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