The Hollywood Guide to Bachelor Pads
George Clooney Similar to Kutcher, Clooney has surpassed his bachelor days since marrying Amal Alamuddin in 2014. However, being one of the most notoriously single men in Hollywood for quite some time, he had purchased the pad to support the status.
He shelled out nearly $9 million in 2001 for a romantic home on Lake Como in Laglio, Italy—an estate that was originally owned by the Heinz family—which was built in the 18th century. According to The Telegraph, however, he put the home up for sale in 2010.
Ashton Kutcher While the actor is way off the market these days as he’s married to Mila Kunis with two beautiful daughters, he was a bachelor for a few years. In fact, after his split from Demi Moore, he shelled out $8.4 million on a three-story mansion in the Hollywood Hills that looked over Lake Hollywood, according to Trulia.
The swanky pad came complete with a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, a private screening room, a bar area and a gym with a massage room. The master suite wouldn’t be perfect without floor-to-ceiling views as well as a spa-like master bath. Stepping outside the home, the estate contained enclosed gardens, outdoor rooms, an infinity pool, cantilevered decks and an open sky terrace.
Liam Hemsworth Amid rumors that he had officially split from Miley Cyrus in 2013, the actor purchased a $1.6 million bachelor pad in Australia. The home came complete with six acres of land, three bedrooms, two bathrooms as well as oceans views and a walk down to the beach.
Even more, the romantic-style bathroom included floor-to-ceiling windows as well as a giant spa tub. A large deck wrapped around the back of the home, perfect for peering out toward the ocean on a warm summer’s night.
Ryan Philippe: After divorcing Reese Witherspoon in 2007, the actor moved into a 7,477 square-foot bachelor pad in the Hollywood Hills.
The mansion was known as the “Rising Zen,” according to Zillow, due to its Asian and modern architecture as well as the tranquil feel of the foliage around the home. Inside, the home is structured with a sleek and modern design, including floor-to-ceiling windows, a bar surrounded by an in-home aquarium, a koi pond and a media room. Of course, it also comes complete with a two-story gym and a private “eco-friendly” pool with sweeping views of Downtown L.A.
Though he no longer lives there—he put it up for sale in 2011 and finally sold it in 2013 for $6 million—it definitely marked the bachelor pad for several of his single years following the divorce.
Jason Derulo Though he dated Jordin Sparks for several years, the couple broke up in 2014, and shortly after, he decided to purchase his biggest bachelor pad to date: a (freakin’) castle!
The Tarzana estate is built with a Tudor-style exterior and comes complete with five bedrooms and five bathrooms in the main house as well as an attached two-bedroom, one-bathroom guest unit. Then, there’s an additional 3,600 square-foot guest house with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and another three-car garage.
Leonardo DiCaprio Though he’s been dating Nina Agdal since July, the actor is still considered one of Hollywood’s most renowned bachelors, and he certainly had to have the pad to go with it. After 18 years, Leo put his $10.9 million Malibu home up for sale in September, but it will still go down as one of the most notorious bach-pads ever.
Zac Efron Known as a “majestic, zen, contemporary property,” Efron’s newest bachelor pad is a mature, $3.9 million abode located in Los Feliz.
Each room in the five-bedroom, five-bath home comes complete with ocean and city views that are only accented by wood and glass detailing. In case he has friends over for the weekend, the property also includes a one-bedroom, one-bath guest house.