Inside Selena Gomez’s Stunning Real Estate Portfolio

Gomez’s NYC refuge is so private, in fact, that we couldn’t find any publicly available information about it. Below, we’ve rounded up some of the other places that Gomez has called home over the years, each marking a different era of her life.


Several years after rising to fame for her leading role on Disney’s Wizards of Waverly Place (and shortly after going public about her relationship with Justin Bieber), Gomez dropped $2.175 million for a starter home in Tarzana, California. The traditional-style home featured a high-ceiling entryway, a great room, a card room, a media room, and a swimming pool and spa, accessible through several sets of French doors. (There was also a separate guest room, a yoga pavilion, and a cabana bar for entertaining.) Gomez remodeled and expanded the six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home shortly after she purchased it, and by the time she sold it to Iggy Azalea for $3.45 million in 2014, it measured 6,630 square feet. Fun fact: According to reports, Jonah Hill was the one who sold the residence to Gomez in the first place.


Gomez’s next real estate purchase took her to the celeb-favorite city of Calabasas, where she paid $3.69 million for a Mediterranean-style mansion of epic proportions. The main house featured five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and five fireplaces (including one in the primary bedroom). The opulent pad also boasted a gym, a movie theater, and an impressive underground wine cellar. An outdoor courtyard featured multiple patios and lawns, a dining cabana with a brick pizza oven, a swimming pool and spa, and an elephant-shaped topiary. The singer didn’t stay there long, though, selling the property to French Montana for $3.3 million in 2016, at a discount from the $4.5 million she initially listed it for in 2015. The rapper would go on to spend a reported $400,000 to add a recording studio in the guest house before listing the estate for double what he paid for it in early 2020.

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In late 2015, Gomez decided to return to her Texan roots with the purchase of a sprawling 10,016-square-foot mansion in Fort Worth, Texas. It’s unknown how much the singer paid for the five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom pad, but it was situated close to her childhood home in Grand Prairie, which might have been a comfort given her lupus diagnosis around this time. “Every time I’ve gone home, I always go back to the places I remember,” she said in her documentary. “It’s because I don’t want to lose that part of me.” The English-style home was decked out in luxe amenities like a living room with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, an eight-seat movie theater with its own candy bar, and a saltwater swimming pool with a waterslide. The “Lose You to Love Me” singer put the property on the market for $3.499 million in 2016. She failed to find any buyers, and had to list and lower the price several times before finally offloading it for $2.7 million in October 2018.