Celebrity homes: These are the top 5 million dollar properties that no one wants to buy

Take a look at the five celebrity houses up for sale that no one seems to want to buy...

Buying a house is not an easy task to accomplish... From finding the right place that ticks all your requirements, to getting your loan approved, to afterwards having to decorate your new home—it can be tedious work. But for some, the hardest part can actually be to find someone else to sell it to once you're ready to move on to something else.

The following five celebrity properties have been on the market for years, but no one seems to want to buy them...

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1. Tommy Hilfiger's Mansion–Greenwich, Connecticut

The American fashion designer has listed this mega property for a whopping $47.5 million since 2020, but seems to be having a hard time selling it. The mansion comes equipped with water and rose gardens, as well as a four-bay garage, greenhouse, and guest cottage. Unfortunately for Hilfiger, real estate agents are unsure as to why there are no takers so far...

2. Kanye West's Wyoming ranch

Used as the inspiration for both his album and fashion label, Kanye West's 4,000 acre ranch in Wyoming has garnered a lot of media attention. After buying it originally for $14 million, the rapper seems to be looking to get rid of it as quickly as possible as he has listed it for only $11 million.

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3. Michael Jordan's Chicago Estate

The basketball legend had originally put the property up for sale in 2012 for $29 million but has had such a difficult time selling it that the price has dropped all the way down to $15 million. To entice potential buyers, the NBA star also decided to throw in a pair of rare, vintage Air Jordans with the house...but that hasn't seemed to sweeten the deal.

4. Sylvester Stallone's California Estate

Originally valued at $4.5 million, the Rocky actor helped with the design of the house which is said to be inspired by his Italian heritage. Despite being an architectural beauty, with coved ceilings, hardwood floors, arched entryways and even decked with a wine cellar, the mansion has been on the market for over 8 years and has since been re-listed at $3.9 million.

5. 111-year-old New Jersey mansion

Though not exactly celebrity-owned, this property is over a century old, boasts 4,000 square feet and is listed at $10. That's right—only $10. The catch? The New Jersey town’s planning board approved a subdivision for the land the house is on, meaning that you would be contractually obliged to also buy the land which would would cost you a very pretty penny.

These Incredible Homes Once Belonged To A-Listers... But Now No One Wants To Buy Them These Incredible Homes Once Belonged To A-Listers... But Now No One Wants To Buy Them