Ever wondered how long it would take you to be able to live like the stars if you have an average salary? The good news is it’s possible, the bad news is it may take a while – several thousand years
When it comes to celebrity homes, one thing is for sure – they don’t come cheap.
But for mere mortals like us, how long would it take to save big bucks and live in some of the world’s biggest celebrity homes?
Thanks to Money.co.uk, a free online financial comparison service, you can now work out how long it would take you to save up for your favourite celebrity homes, based on saving 25% of your salary.
The newly launched online calculator takes into account your specific annual salary, as well as the cost of your favourite celebrity’s home, and calculates how long you’d need to save to live in homes as extravagant as your idols.
With a full-time worker currently earning an average of £31,461 a year, read on to see what it would take to live like the stars.
Beyonce & Jay-Z
The power couple’s extravagant £63million home in Bel Air, California, boasts a total of eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. It would cost the average UK worker an astonishing 8,072 years to live in a home like the Carters.
The ‘famous for being famous’ socialite gave a peek into her lavish £43million Hidden Hills home in Los Angles before separating from rapper husband Kanye West last year.
Kim now owns the stunning mansion and is raising her four kids – North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm in it.
An average UK worker would be able to afford self-made billionaire Kim K’s £43million home in 5,504 years.
Following in half-sister Kim’s footsteps, Kylie bought a seven-bedroom house in Holmby Hills for a whopping £26.3million.
The sprawling house is reported to have amenities like an outdoor theatre, a guardhouse, a home gym, and two separate guestroom apartments and would take an average Brit 3,348 years to be able to afford it.
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The Beverly Hills marital home of Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin set the couple back by £18.6million and would take the standard Briton 2,367 years to buy.
The 11,145-square-foot home in Beverly Park boasts some high profile neighbours such as Denzel Washington, Eddie Murphy and Sylvester Stallone.
Harry doesn’t own just one, but three houses on the same private street next to Hampstead Heath in London, worth a combined total of £15million. It would take the average person in the UK 1,907 years to be able to afford his luxury London properties.
So sadly it may take centuries to save up enough to live in a celebrity home. But if you want to see for yourself how long it would take you to save for your favourite star’s house, use this link.