Real Estate Porn: Will and Jada Smith’s LA Mega-Mansion and a Cattle Ranch With Its Own Schoolhouse

Leah Bourne
Real Estate Porn: Will and Jada Smith’s LA Mega-Mansion and a Cattle Ranch With Its Own Schoolhouse
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Whether or not you’re a captain of industry, few pleasures in life are as uncomplicated as clicking through impossibly luxe (and ridiculously expensive) real estate listings.
This week, we are lusting after one of the most storied cattle ranches in Texas that boasts its very own historic schoolhouse on the property (how cool is that)!
We’re also wishing we could lay our head in Will and Jada Smith’s Los Angeles mansion, that the couple is quietly shopping around for a reported $42 million. We just have to come up with the $42 million first.
Which new listings have you drooling this week? Tell us in the comments below!

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QUECHEE, VERMONT: This estate comes with its very own name—Stonehill Farm—and is comprised of 185 acres of rolling countryside, a 9,000-square-foot stone mansion, a heated horse barn, a "Class A" grass tennis court, and a 12,000-square-foot field house with indoor Har Tru tennis court. Yes, this is as picturesque as it gets, and we are already envisioning our weekends strolling through the countryside here. Price On Request at Christies.

WAKAYA, FIJI: So you have always wanted to own your very own waterfront property on Fiji? Now is your chance. Up for sale is a 46-acre estate on the remote Fijian island of Wakaya known as Rai Ki Wai, or "View over the Sea." The estate includes 23,000 square feet of living space spread over six independent bedroom pavilions, three "Fijian-style guest bures," and a main house with 4,200-square-foot living room and 5,000-square-foot master suite. It gets better—there is a lighted tennis court, boulez court, volleyball court, gym, and an infinity pool. Where do we sign up? Heading to Auction at Concierge

NEW YORK, NEW YORK: Housed in one of the best buildings on Park Avenue is this space age apartment, now up for sale, that looks like it could double as a Star Trek set. Get off your own private elevator into an apartment that boasts a living room with wood-burning fireplace, an oversized library, five bedrooms, and a formal dining room. Costumes not included. $14,950,000 at Dolly Lenz

VINALHAVEN, MAINE: Built in 1904, Stonecrop boasts 11 bedrooms, one-of-a-kind beautiful Japanese-style wall panels, and plenty of historic details to spare. If you are looking for one of those classic Americana properties, this is your best bet. Yes, we can totally imagine an LL Bean catalogue being shot here. $3,600,000 at LandVest.

REDDING, CONNECTICUT: In 1908, Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, built himself an Italianate dream house called Stormfield, which eventually burned down. In its place, this similar mansion was built in 1925 and has survived since. It includes four bedrooms and six bathrooms. Getting a piece of history? Well, that's priceless. $4,000,000 at Sothebys International Realty

MOUNTAIN HOME, TEXAS: Y.O. Ranch, one of Texas' most storied cattle ranches, is now up for sale. The 29,000-acre offering includes a main lodge with 40-foot ceilings, extensive equestrian facilities, fenced pens for the keeping of exotic animals (like the giraffes pictured in the listing photos), a century-old schoolhouse, and an "1850s stagecoach stop." $85,000,000 at Sothebys International Realty

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA: Novelist Sue Grafton has listed her longtime Santa Barbara mansion, a Mediterranean-style manor, designed in 1927 by local architectural luminary Chester Carjola. The property includes six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and sits on 2.5 prime acres. A guest house and a pool house complete the home. $10,000,000 at Riskin Associates

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Hollywood A-list couple Will and Jada Pinkett Smith are quietly shopping around their massive Calabasas home. The 150-acre spread is home to a 25,000-square-foot, Stephen Samuelson-designed mansion that reportedly took seven years to complete. $42,000,000 via Realestalker

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