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Ellen DeGeneres’ stunning home is on the market – explore her stylish Beverly Hills sanctuary

The English Tudor-style property is hidden in one of the most esteemed neighborhoods in California

Inside Ellen DeGeneres house in Beverly Hills, living room with minimalist interiors
(Image credit: Barcelo Photography, Anthony Barcelo)

Ellen DeGeneres has just listed her Beverly Hills home for sale for $53.5 million – the third property the TV host and comedian has sold in the past year. 

Ellen, who is best known as the face of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, lived in the stunning property at 825 Loma Vista Drive with her wife and actress Portia de Rossi, who is recognized for her role in Arrested Development

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The couple have established themselves among the most prolific sellers of prestigious properties in Hollywood and have already sold two separate houses in the past 12 months. Ellen and Portia purchased this property from Adam Levine, the lead singer of Maroon 5, and his model wife Behati Prinsloo around two years ago. 

Inside the minimal living room in Ellen DeGeneres house in Beverly Hills

(Image credit: Barcelo Photography, Anthony Barcelo)

Built in 1933, this ivy-covered estate was designed to resemble a grand Tudor house; however, the contemporary minimalist interiors offer a stark contrast from the historic exterior. Beyond the sun-glazed two-story foyer is a fashionable 50-foot living room and a full gourmet kitchen - one of the three kitchens in the property. 

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Inside Ellen DeGeneres house in Beverly Hills, living room with minimalist interiors

(Image credit: Barcelo Photography, Anthony Barcelo)

The house has five bedrooms, including a 2,000-square foot master suite with a large walk-in closet, 12 bathrooms. It also boasts an elegantly paneled library, a gym, and a private screening room with a bar.

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Paneled library in Ellen DeGeneres house in Beverly Hills

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Ellen’s house effortlessly combines indoor and outdoor living – offering an external living and dining area that is perfect for basking in Californian sunshine whilst enjoying a pizza from the authentic stone oven. 

Bathroom in Ellen DeGeneres house in Beverly Hills

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The 10,376-square-foot estate also includes a sunken tennis court and a circular swimming pool that are designed to reflect quintessential Los Angeles luxury.

Homeowners don’t need to worry about filling their five bedrooms as the property comes with a separate guest house where partygoers can crash when the stars appear and the champagne stops flowing in the heart of the Golden State. 

Ellen DeGeneres' house: Exterior of English Tudor-style property

(Image credit: Barcelo Photography, Anthony Barcelo)

If you decide to head beyond the gates of this magnificent property, you will come across one of the most famous streets in the US, Sunset Blvd, where you can find some of the finest eateries on the West Coast – from upmarket steak houses to exclusive cocktail bars.  

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Where will Ellen DeGeneres live now? 

As staples of Beverly Hills luxury real estate, Ellen and Portia have their pick of almost any home in the area. As they continue to work from Los Angeles it is unlikely the couple will move too far, but only time will tell where these expert house hunters decide to relocate. 

Megan Slack
Megan Slack

Megan is a News Writer across Future Plc's Homes titles. She has a background in national newspapers in the UK and has experience in fashion and travel journalism, which she previously practised whilst living in Paris and New York City. Her adoration for these fashion capitals means she particularly enjoys writing about upcoming styles and trends for Homes & Gardens. Megan also loves discovering vintage pieces in her spare time, meaning her decor is largely influenced by the beauty of the jazz age.