Where does Ariana Grande live? The pop star’s many luxury houses

Grammy Award winner and 'The Voice' judge Ariana Grande needs no introduction. She's one of the biggest superstars alive, and she's living the glamorous life that her talent and hard work have earned her. But where does Ari live? We take a look at all of Ariana Grande's houses -- both past and present -- and try to pin down which one she calls home.

Cha Miñoza
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From a young age, Ariana Grande was already destined for stardom.

The petite girl with a big voice would conquer the world of pop and amass millions of followers. As she climbed her way to success and grew her net worth to $240 million, Ari also expanded her real estate portfolio.

The musician has collected a number of beautiful properties on both the East and West Coast.

As we try to pin down where Ariana Grande lives now, we take a look at all the impressive homes she has called home over the years — and almost all of them have ties with other household names.

Ariana Grande on the red carpet
Ariana Grande on the red carpet. Photo credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock

In typical Hollywood fashion, most of the houses Ariana lived in had a connection with another A-lister.

She once rented Francis Ford Coppola’s former home, she bought star-studded houses previously owned by stars like Cameron Diaz and Ellen DeGeneres, and even sold one of her more modestly sized properties to rapper Bad Bunny. Let’s take a closer look at each of them.

Ariana Grande’s childhood homes

Born in Boca Raton, Florida, Ariana Grande had a comfortable life growing up.

Her first childhood home in Vintage Estate was purchased for $714,200 by her parents before the singer was born. She lived there until she was six years old when the family moved to a larger waterfront property.

exterior of one of Ariana Grande's childhood homes, a generously sized, one-story house with a palm tree in front
One of Ariana Grande’s childhood homes in Florida. Photo credit: MLS

Also set in Boca Raton, FL — a city on Florida’s southeastern coast, known for its affluent and wealthy lifestyle — the 7,590-square-foot home featured five bedrooms, seven bedrooms, a home theater, a music studio, and a pool and spa area.

Grande lived here for four years before moving to New York to pursue her singing career.

The singer rented in Los Angeles for years before buying her first house

After her stint on Broadway, the singer eventually moved to LA, as she was cast in Nickelodeon’s Victorious. Ariana, along with her mom, lived in luxurious rental properties in the 2010s.

They rented a French manor located in Toluca Lake, LA. The 10,000-square-foot mansion boasted high, coffered ceilings, hand-carved mantels, wood and stone floors, and seven fireplaces.

Another noteworthy rental property the Grandes lived in is a six-bedroom Tudor-style home that once belonged to famous movie director Francis Ford Coppola.

exterior of the Hancock Park traditional house where Ariana Grande lived, formerly owned by famed director Francis Ford Coppola.
The Hancock Park house where Ariana Grande lived, formerly owned by famed director Francis Ford Coppola. Photo credit: The Bienstock Group

The stunning house measured 6,041 square feet and featured a gourmet kitchen, a sunroom, a formal dining room, and a pool area.

Grande also added a recording studio inside the house. According to reports, this property had an estimated $18,900/month rent back in 2012, when the Thank You, Next singer lived here.

Next, Ariana also rented a Mediterranean-style mansion, which is reported to be in the rental market for $40,000 per month.

The 6,000-square-foot gated property is tucked in Benedict Canyon, a secluded part of LA. The lavish villa has five bedrooms and features marble interiors, a huge kitchen area, and gorgeous views of the canyon.

Ariana Grande’s houses, from Hollywood Hills to the Big Apple

With a beautiful voice, incredible scene presence, and an army of loyal fans, it didn’t take long for Ariana Grande to become one of the highest-paid and most popular celebrities on the planet.

Her net worth followed suit, and the singer has an impressive net worth estimated to be around $240 million. Naturally, she took part of her hard-earned money and invested it in real estate, making a series of savvy investments over the years.

And while some of the properties she bought (and later sold) were masked under an LLC — which is often the case when it comes to celebrity real estate — we’ve managed to track down most of Ariana Grande’s houses.

So let’s take a look at all the beautiful houses the award-winning singer has lived in over the years.

The $16 Million Chelsea apartment she lived in with Pete Davidson

It wasn’t until 2018, when Grande had her whirlwind romance with Pete Davidson, that she decided to buy her own place.

She bought a fancy apartment in Chelsea, Manhattan. Known for being the heart of New York’s arts district, the area is a popular nesting place among other celebrities including Katie Holmes, Nicole Kidman, Cameron Diaz, and Kate Winslet.

Ari shelled out $16 million for the Chelsea apartment — her first real estate investment.

Ariana Grande’s apartment in New York, where she lived with ex Pete Davidson. Photo credit: James E Smolka

The unit measures 4,000 square feet, with five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The pop star made sure her new abode was set up with top-tier amenities. It was equipped with a sauna, a private spa, a pool, and the building also had an IMAX theater.

Fans might remember both Ari and Davidson opening up about moving into the empty apartment. Half a year after the move, Pete Davidson told GQ that the apartment was still minimally furnished.

SEE ALSO: Pete Davidson Lives in a Posh $1.2 Million Waterfront Condo

“It’s like, we have six beanbags, but we have no forks — you know what I mean?” he told the publication back in the day. “We’re learning how to be adults. We’re having a really fun time.”

The Chelsea apartment had a minimalist, modern aesthetic.
The Chelsea apartment had a minimalist, modern aesthetic. Photo credit: James E Smolka

But the Chelsea apartment was as short-lived as her relationship with the SNL alum.

Ariana Grande later sold her apartment at 520 West 28th Street, which bears the signature of the late “Queen of the Curve”, architect Zaha Hadid.

Ari’s $13.7 Million Hollywood Hills mansion

By 2020, Ariana continued to expand her real estate portfolio and started buying more properties on the West Coast.

Grande purchased a three-story property in Hollywood Hills — set on one of the famed Bird Streets — for $13.7 million. The mansion has 10,000 square feet of space and features a modern minimalist aesthetic.

Ariana’s Bird Streets house had four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a whole host of amenities including a fitness studio, a wellness center, an infinity-edge swimming pool, and a 300-bottle wine cellar.

Among the highlights of the hillside property is its panoramic view of the canyon and ocean.

While the property is stunning, Grande didn’t hold on to it for long, selling it in 2021 for $14 million.

The $9.1 Million Tudor-Style Montecito home

Continuing her real estate shopping spree, Ariana also bought a home in Montecito, which was once owned by Ellen de Generes and Portia de Rossi.

The Tudor-style home is where the singer tied the knot with then-boyfriend Dalton Gomez.

Ariana Grande's house in Montecito, where she held an intimate wedding ceremony with husband Dalton Gomez.
Ariana Grande’s house in Montecito, where she held an intimate wedding ceremony with her former husband, Dalton Gomez. Photo credit: Village Properties

This special property — and our personal favorite Ariana Grande house — features a one-of-a-kind design and stunning interiors, with wood beam ceilings, antique casement windows, and brick fireplaces.

Previously known as the Porter House, the home consists of two separate barns built in Surrey, England in the 1700s.

The barns were dismantled, moved to California, and reconstructed into one home. The house has 5,500 square feet, with two bedrooms, two upgraded kitchens, two full, and two half bathrooms.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t hers for keeps. Ariana Grande sold the house in late September 2022, cashing in $9.1 million for the property she bought just two years prior for $6.8 million. 

Her charming $8.9 Million Bird Streets cottage

The Thank U, Next singer developed a taste for distinctive homes and added a charming cottage located on one of the sought-after Bird Streets in Los Angeles to her list of properties.

And while we don’t know this with certainty, we believe this is the house where Ariana Grande lived with her husband Dalton Gomez (since she had already sold every other home on our list, with the exception of her latest purchase, a $4.9 million house she bought from Cameron Diaz).

The Bird Streets cottage that Ariana Grande later sold to Bad Bunny.
The Bird Streets cottage that Ariana Grande later sold to Bad Bunny. Photo credit: MLS

Acquired in 2021, the house has 1,590 square feet of living space and is sitting on a 0.74-acre hillside plot that overlooks the Sunset Strip and West Hollywood.

Initially thought to be a modest cottage, with some media outlets even calling it a “teardown”, it would seem that the property has been heavily updated over the years. It then makes it less surprising that Ariana cashed in $8.3 million for the secluded cottage, in a high-profile transaction that saw another chart-topping recording artist take ownership of it.

Ariana sold the cottage to Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny for $8.3 million in January 2024.

And while she may have recouped the biggest part of her investment, she took a loss of at least $600k from the sale, as she had paid $8.9 million for it just three years prior — and that’s without factoring in property upgrades, the realtor’s commission, and closing costs.

Now serving as Bad Bunny’s house in Los Angeles, the property is invisible from the public roads. It is hidden behind tall trees and hedges, affording the notoriously private rapper the privacy he needs.

The only other house Ariana still owns: A $4.9 Million Hollywood Hills mid-century home bought from Cameron Diaz

Her latest acquisition in 2022 is a mid-century house in Hollywood Hills that was previously owned by Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden.

Except for the fact that Ari bought it for $4.9 million, we don’t know a lot of details about this property because it was never on the market (sorry, that also means no photos).

According to reports, it was originally built in 1950 and measures about 1,800 square feet. It is located at the end of a small cul-de-sac and protected by big gates and towering hedges.

Grande’s interest in real estate doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. The pop star’s net worth continues to grow with her new projects and successful beauty brand and we’re foreseeing more stunning properties will be added to her real estate portfolio in the near future.

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One of our leading celebrity insiders, Cha Miñoza has been writing for over a decade, specializing in topics like lifestyle, celebrities and pop culture. She also holds bylines in other media companies like The Inquisitr and international fashion blog Tokyo Fashion.