Best Celebrity Bachelor Pads
Just because you’re single doesn’t mean that you don’t have anyone to impress, as some of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelors will tell you. Over the years, a number of actors have made themselves known for paying an ample amount of cash on bachelor pads to suit their lifestyles.
While some of these men have gone on to marry fabulous women, they’ve made their name in history for investing in properties that go above and beyond what any man could desire in a home. Here are some of the best celebrity bachelor pads that have created headlines in the past, as well as the stars who’ve been lucky enough to live in them.
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A five-bedroom, three-bathroom mansion in Malibu, California, is enough to keep any guy content while living alone. Although he now has the beautiful Angelina Jolie by his side, Brad Pitt will always be known for the short time he spent as a bachelor in this sunny community. His bachelor pad consisted of more than 4,000 square feet, which is quite a lot of space for just one person. Glass walls and a stainless steel kitchen are some of the highlights of this abode, which has now been purchased by comedian Ellen DeGeneres since Pitt started his life with Jolie.
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Actor Alec Baldwin is another former bachelor who made headlines when he decided to purchase a three-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom abode in Greenwich Village. Baldwin was attracted to the age of the building, which dates back decades and gives it plenty of charm. The famous architect Emory Roth was responsible for the design of the luxurious Baldwin bachelor pad.
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Although he’s engaged to songstress Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth has been on and off with the diva since their romance began. Maybe this is why he decided to buy a bachelor pad in Melbourne, Australia, in the spring of 2013. His sprawling 6.2 acre abode is situated along the ocean, which has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Assuming he ties the knot with Cyrus, Hemsworth can still head back to this house–which is in his hometown–whenever he seeks rest and relaxation.