Inside Miley Cyrus’s Real Estate Portfolio, From Nashville to Malibu

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Miley is still holding on to her starter home. She paid $3.9 million for the ranch-style property in Studio City (purchased specifically so that she could stay close to her family’s house in Toluca Lake) a year after the release of her third studio album, Can’t Be Tamed. The gated residence features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread across 4,948 square feet, with major midcentury-modern vibes: a funky green front door, a skylight-topped living room, floor-to-ceiling glass sliders for smooth indoor-outdoor living, and a glistening saltwater pool and spa out back. There’s even a yoga room.


Next, the singer inched closer to the hubbub of Hollywood with the purchase of a 5.5-acre horse ranch and vineyard in celeb-favorite Hidden Hills. She reportedly paid close to $5 million for it, about the same amount she would later sell it for in 2018. The main house boasted five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms spread across 6,000 square feet, with wide-plank hardwood floors and beamed ceilings. One of the most impressive features was a 1,000-bottle wine cellar. Elsewhere on the grounds were a pool and spa, an outdoor fireplace, a built-in barbecue, vegetable and citrus gardens, and even a small hillside vineyard. There was also a 10-stall barn, a one-acre riding ring, and several fenced paddocks.


Before her song “Malibu,” there was Miley and then partner Liam Hemsworth’s creative retreat in the beachy enclave. The singer paid $2.5 million for the eccentric midcentury home, a modest 1,385-square-foot two-story structure tucked away behind trees and tropical plants. The couple used the pad as a guesthouse, and Miley even added a rainbow-colored recording studio to the premises. The open-plan living and dining room featured high ceilings and custom-made glass doors opening out onto the backyard; the primary bedroom had a private balcony that overlooked a gazebo, Jacuzzi, and two-car garage. Miley ultimately sold the place for $1.7 million in 2020 following her split from Hemsworth. (Another home the couple lived in, also in Malibu, was destroyed by the Wolsey Fire in 2018; Hemsworth sold that home for $3.6 million in late 2020.)

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Miley took a break from her Los Angeles real estate collecting to purchase a $5.8 million ranch in her home state of Tennessee. The Franklin property spanned a whopping 33.5 acres, with a main home measuring nearly 7,000 square feet. In contrast to her sleek, glass-lined West Coast abodes, the singer’s Tennessee home had a strong farmhouse aesthetic, with a long wraparound porch and reclaimed wood flooring, lofted ceilings, plenty of shiplap, and fireplaces abound—there was even a fireplace in the screened porch. Images of the home’s interior are scarce, and it’s unknown whether Miley renovated much of the existing structure (built in 2014), but by the time she sold the property for $14.5 million in 2022, she had more than doubled her investment.