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From Meg Ryan's shabby chic pad to the Obama's home after the White House, here's your look inside celebrities' fabulous homes.
Rom-com darling Meg Ryan’s former New York City loft is a beauty.
The home is 4,100 square feet, and filled with natural light from its windows throughout.
The dining room is huge compared to New York City’s typical tight spaces.
The unit also includes a charming nook to entertain smaller crowds.
The black-and-white bathroom is simple yet luxe with its walk-in shower.
Ryan bought the home from actor Hank Azaria in 2013, and she went on to renovate it into the beautiful space it is today.
Once you've lived in the White House, it's hard to imagine living anywhere else. But this is home to Barack Obama and his family, Michelle, Malia and Sasha, after he finished his presidency.
The mansion features nine bedrooms and nine baths and was built in 1928.
It is a gorgeous brick home, full of spacious rooms that feature hardwood floors, a terrace and gardens.
The white painted kitchen features an extended table/sink combination topped by white and gray marble.
Zillow estimates the monthly rent to be $22,000.
And at least for now, the house shares a neighborhood with Bill and Hillary Clinton, along with several countries' embassies.
Ellen DeGeneres lived in this romantic villa in Santa Barbara, California.
The home — appropriately dubbed “The Villa” — was designed in 1930 by architect Wallace Frost, who spent time living in Italy.
Inside the 10,500-square-foot estate are six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, nine fireplaces and multiple libraries.
A quarter-mile driveway, secured by 18th-century Spanish gates, leads up to the sprawling mansion, which sits on a 16.88-acre lot.
The backyard boasts an alfresco dining area within a serene garden space that is spectacular for throwing dinner parties and watching sunsets.
Late singer, songwriter and actor David Bowie lived in this Manhattan apartment and left behind his piano when he moved in 2002.
The three-bedroom, three bath unit overlooks Central Park.
It includes a renovated kitchen that comes with a Sub-Zero fridge, Miele ovens and more.
It also has office that overlooks the park.