Hidden Hills, CA

Celebrities Besides the Kardashians Who Call Hidden Hills, California Home

Kristyn Burtt

Long Valley Road gate, Hidden Hills, California.Unknown author, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Anyone who followed the Kardashian family and their reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, knows all about their gated community in Hidden Hills, California. It's adjacent to Calabasas, where their notoriety first began in 2007. It's also a relatively small area (only 1.7 square miles) built in the 1950s by architect A. E. Hanson, who also developed the Rolling Hills and Palos Verdes Estates in Southern California. Even though the neighborhood is behind the gates, there is an elementary school on the property that is available to neighboring towns in the area.

Hidden Hills, not surprisingly, is also a wealthy community with the median household income from the 2020 United States Census Bureau, per World Population Review, reporting at $246,042. But more celebrities are living in Hidden Hills than just the Kardashian-Jenner clan because the privacy the area offers, plus the built-in equestrian opportunities, makes it a very attractive place to live. Find out who else calls this gem of a neighborhood home.


We love a home with a celebrity history and Madonna scooped up her new place from The Weeknd for $19.3 million. This marks the Material Girl's big return to the West Coast after years spent in New York City, Lisbon, Portugal and London. The 12,547 square foot home boasts nine bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and two half bathrooms — so there's plenty of room for her six children, daughters Lourdes Leon, 24, Mercy James, 15, Stelle Ciccone, 8, and Estere Ciccone, 8, and sons Rocco Ritchie, 20, and David Banda, 15. The home is subdued in design, but we expect Madonna to spruce it up with her music and decor once she's settled in.

See the photos of her new estate here.

Dwayne Wade & Gabrielle Union

Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union have called Hidden Hills home since 2020 when they invested $17.9 million on a huge piece of property. This is a three-story mansion (unusual for a Los Angeles home), which has over 22,000 square feet for the couple to enjoy. With several wings in the design, the hilltop home is an entertainer's paradise — high-tech home theater, fitness room with a spa and sauna, wine storage and tasting room, and of course, an infinity pool with a cabana for lounging in the sun. The seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom abode even has major space for a 12-car collection (with turntable) in the garage.

See the beautiful photos of the home here.

Lori Loughlin & Mossimo Giannulli

Believe it or not, Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, downsized to this stunning Hidden Hills home from their former $18.75 million Bel Air home. The new neighborhood offered them the privacy they needed while they were in the midst of their college admissions scandal legal battle. With a majority of that issue behind them, they have settled into this $9.5 million modern farmhouse with six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and 11,748 square feet. The mansion has clean lines, tons of natural light and a wine cellar to brag about. The most beautiful feature is the open floor plan that guides the kitchen and living room into a fantastic outdoor living space with a stunning view of the hills.

See more of their home here.

Miley Cyrus

There's something sweet about Miley Cyrus' Hidden Hills home because it's not as flashy as some of the other celebrities — it has a cozy, warm vibe. In 2020, she dropped $4.95 million on the newly refurbished clapboard home — it has that Nashville, Tennessee vibe with a 1950s' Southern California twist. With over an acre of land and a lagoon-shaped swimming pool and spa nestled into the hillside, Cyrus has a lot of privacy on her lot. Inside the home, she gets to enjoy close to 6,800 square feet, six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms with a modern kitchen, two master suites and a media room.

See Miley Cyrus' home sweet home here.

Before you go, check out: Los Feliz Real Estate Attracts Celebrities for Its Architectural Hidden Gems & Disney History

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Kristyn Burtt is a commercial dance journalist, TV host and producer. She was the West Coast correspondent and host of "To the Pointe" on Dance Network for five years. Her coverage of "So You Think You Can Dance," "Dancing With the Stars" and "World of Dance" is popular with dance fans across the globe. Kristyn's love of dance began early in her life. She trained at the Boston Ballet School, danced with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre in "The Nutcracker" and won a dance scholarship to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She currently serves on the American Dance Movement’s Marketing & PR Committee and is a member of the Television Academy and SAG-AFTRA.

Los Angeles, CA

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