Ever wanted to live like a celebrity? Well, now you can stay where your favorite stars have lived through the two popular travel accommodation sites, and . Check out a few options below.
The modern house in upstate New York was built for choreographer Eugene Loring and his partner, and is located on seven acres of lush land with the cities of Hudson, Woodstock, and New Paltz close by. Accommodations include two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a dance studio, and a "writer's tower" that offers amazing views. Willem Dafoe also called this place home at one time, too.
Here's your chance to stay in Ol' Blue Eyes's dream house. Sinatra commissioned Palm Springs architect E. Stewart Williams to build Twin Palms in 1947. The four-bedroom estate features a pool and poolhouse, Sinatra memorabilia and famous artworks, and the singer's original recording studio.
Located in Palm Springs' Movie Colony, you can vacation like an Old Hollywood star in Bing Crosby's former 1934 hacienda. The home features four bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a pool with seating for 30, and a screening room.
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Live the high life in the late TV host's 39-acre, 10 bedroom Moroccan-themed estate in La Quinta, California. The property includes four guest casitas, two guest houses, a barn with 20 stables, a racetrack and paddocks, a pool, and a 2.5-acre pond with a paddle boat.
If you're looking for amazing ocean views, look no further than Denzel Washington's former three-bedroom, two-bathroom Malibu home. It features a detached gym, ocean and mountain views, a guest house, and a pool and jacuzzi. Jimmy Page and Jan-Michael Vincent were also former owners of this retreat.
Sonny and Cher
Stay at the singing duo's former home in Palm Springs, Villa Carmelita. Several Hollywood stars such as Natalie Wood, Tom Bosley, Kirk Douglas, and more stayed in the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home in the past as well. Villa Carmelita's amenities include four guest casitas, a children's bedroom that sleeps three, and an inviting pool. Neighbors nearby include Trina Turk, Suzanne Sommers, and Barry Manilow.
The musician used to call this 1930s Art Deco property in South Beach home. With four bedrooms (one bedroom is a studio apartment), four bathrooms, a heated deck, a gourmet kitchen, and a swimming pool, you can live the high life in this house, which is close to many other celebrity homes.
The fashion designer's estate, The Sanctuary, located on Turks and Caicos's private island, Parrot Cay, is a three-house property with stunning oceanfront views. The main house has three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a pool. The two guesthouses feature four bedrooms each and infinity pools. Other amenities include personal chef, housekeeper and butler services, use of the tennis courts and fitness center, and complimentary meals.
Ava Gardner and Artie Shaw
Hollywood star Ava Gardner and her famous jazz musician husband Artie Shaw lived in this Burbank, California, house in the early 1940s. You can stay in the guest room, which has a private bathroom and access to other parts of the house such as the library, living room, and patio garden. The house also features a horse stable, a detached cabin with instruments for musicians, and four gardens.
The famous magician's Musha Cay at Copperfield Bay is a 150-acre private resort island in the Bahamas. The resort can accommodate 24 guests at a time and includes a 10,000 square-foot house, a thatched-roof beach house, two guest villas, and a five-bedroom beachside villa. The property has all of the amenities of a luxury resort, including a pool, four hot tubs, use of a speedboat, sailboats, and catamaran, and 30 staff members to help make your stay even better.
Located in Los Angeles's Topanga Canyon, Mickey Rooney's former two-bedroom, one-bathroom home provides a tranquil retreat. The property has an orchard, herb and vegetable gardens, a gazebo, a high-tech kitchen, and four dining areas (indoors and outdoors). It's also a few minutes away from the beach and hiking and biking trails.
The famous magician's Hollywood Hills house is a historic Los Angeles property. The Houdini estate features a waterfall, hiking trails, seven gazebos, terraced gardens, a koi pond, and parking for 50 cars. The main house has three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
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Jimi HendrixIf you're in Maui and looking to stay somewhere off the beaten path, this 1930s cottage where Jimi Hendrix stayed in the 1970's is the perfect option. The Gingerbread House is a newly-remodeled studio cottage located on 4.5 acres of land which features a stream, a vegetable farm, fruit trees, and is adjacent to Maui's The Sacred Garden.
The famous soccer star rented out his five-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Rio during this year's World Cup. The house features a swimming pool, sauna, home theater, wine cellar, a zen room, an a stage "to enjoy a good samba party with friends."
This four-bedroom, three-bathroom, Cape Cod-style house above Los Angeles's Sunset Boulevard was once home to legendary actor Orson Welles. The property features a pool and spa, plus amazing views of the Hollywood skyline.
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