Never in my wildest dreams will I own a home in New York City before I'm 30 years old, let alone many homes across the country. I know, I know, "put positive energy out there so it will manifest itself," *blah blah blah* but come on...I'm just being realistic. When you're Taylor Swift, though, you can own just about as many homes as you wish—and wherever you want.
According to , Tay owns an estimated $84 million in real estate across the United States, with places located in New York, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and California. Though has reported several sales within the last year, you can rest assured the "Reputation" star still has at least 6 homes in her portfolio, despite all the buying and selling—so she's doing just fine. Now's your chance to look at what she's got going on—you know, in case you can afford to be her neighbor. Are you...Ready for it?
Built in 1934, Taylor purchased her Beverly Hills mansion in September 2015 for $25 million. According to , the home spans 10,982 square feet, with seven bedrooms and 10 baths.
As you can see, this (slightly different) estate in Beverly Hills is a Cape Cod style and she originally purchased it in 2011 for $3.55 million. It is much smaller than her other Beverly Hills home. This one has just 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, and is located on a 1.5 acre plot of land.
In true Taylor fashion, she purchased two side by side penthouses in Tribeca from Lord of the Rings director, Peter Jackson, and combined them. She originally purchased the home in February 2014, for a grand total of nearly $20 million and the combined result is MASSIVE, measuring approximately 8,309 square feet with 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
Taylor originally purchased her 12,000 square foot, seven bedroom, nine bathroom seaside estate in Watch Hill, Rhode Island circa 2013 for $17.75 million.
Her 3,240 square foot condo in Nashville's "Music Row" was the artist's $1.99 million "starter home." It was only one year old when she purchased it in 2009 and features floor to ceiling windows and views of the Nashville skyline.
Taylor's other Nashville home is a 5,600-square foot Greek revival estate with a 2,000-square-foot guesthouse. I repeat...the guesthouse alone is 2,000 square feet.