Taylor Swift’s homes are as impressive as her singing career. The 28-year-old has a reported net worth of US$280 million, and a huge chunk of that is in real estate. Swift owns properties worth more than US$84 million across the United States – eight in four states – according to online real estate firm Trulia.
Let’s begin in Nashville, Tennessee, where Swift launched her country music career. It’s only fitting for her to have at least one property there, but she has two.
There’s the 3,240-square-foot condo in Nashville's Music Row, which she bought at the age of 20. Swift said in an interview with Vulture, who described the condo's look as “whimsically girlie”, that she did the interior design herself.
Worth an estimated US$3 million, the condo boasts industrial-style features and skyline views of midtown Nashville thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows.
In June 2011, she bought a 1934 Greek Revival estate in Nashville that features a 5,600-square-foot main house with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. There is a pool and a 2,000-square-foot guest house in the back. Trulia estimates its worth at nearly US$2.5 million – the cheapest property she owns.
Swift also spends time in Los Angeles. She sold her Beverly Hills Cape Cod-style cottage of 2,826 square feet for US$4 million this year, but she still owns two more residences in the area for now.
Her 2,950-square-foot Beverly Hills home is on the market. Trulia estimates its value at US$2.85 million.
Surrounded by lush greenery, mountains, a pool, and a sprawling patio, the single-story home is light and airy with floor-to-ceiling glass, skylights, a private courtyard, and a 1,000-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar.
Then there is the iconic 1934 Beverly Hills mansion she bought in September 2015. It was previously home to Hollywood film producer, Samuel Goldwyn.
Swift plans to turn the 10,982-square-foot Georgian Revival estate into a historic landmark and restore it to its former status now that the Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission has granted her request.
Worth nearly US$30 million, it’s the most expensive piece of property in her real estate portfolio, according to Trulia’s estimates.
Nashville and Beverly Hills aren’t the only places she calls home. Across the coast, Swift owns an estate with seaside views in Watch Hill, Rhode Island, valued at US$6.65 million.
The seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion of 12,000 square feet overlooks 700 feet of shoreline with views of Block Island Sound and Montauk Point.
The grapevine whispers that Swift bought the home in April 2013 after breaking up with Conor Kennedy – the famous Kennedy Family Compound is only a few miles away. A dream vacation home, it’s the perfect place for parties with her squad. Remember Swift's famous Fourth of July party in 2016?
That is only one of four properties Swift has in the northeast. The rest are all in New York City, specifically in Tribeca. They are all on the same block, too.
New York City
In 2014, Swift put her savvy real estate skills to work, buying two penthouses in a Tribeca building and renovating them into one large duplex penthouse of 8,309 square feet with 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
It features an expansive kitchen where Swift has baked with her squad, a billiards table, and a sweeping staircase, all at an estimated value of US$20.5 million.
In 2017, she bought a 100-year-old, four-story town house next door. At 27 square-feet wide and 5,148 square feet, it's filled with a ton of natural light on the first floor (a rarity and a luxury in Manhattan). It also has a home theatre, gym, steam bath and bar, as well as a guest suite, and is estimated to be worth US$12.5 million.
In February 2018, she bought another condo on the second floor of the same building as her penthouse from financier Jeremey Phillips for US$9.75 million in an off-market deal, reported the New York Post. Trulia estimates its value at US$6.9 million.
It’s no wonder Swifties refer to Swift’s Tribeca block as “Taybeca”, considering she owns roughly US$40 million worth of property there.
Where will she move in next?
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.