In addition to a rich musical repertoire, Taylor Swift also owns an impressive real estate investment portfolio.
Famous singer Taylor Swift officially became a USD billionaire last October thanks to revenue from The Eras Tour and other musical activities.
According to Forbes, the American singer’s current net worth is about $1.1 billion, including $500 million in royalties and touring and $500 million from musical works. In addition, the female artist voted as the person of the year 2023 by Time magazine also owns a huge real estate portfolio, worth at least 150 million USD. The female superstar uses trusts and limited liability companies to buy real estate across the United States.
In 2009, at the age of 19, Swift invested her first large sum of money in buying a house. It’s a 4,000-square-foot, three-bedroom penthouse at The Adelicia complex in Nashville, Tennessee. The female singer spent $1.99 million on the penthouse through a trust fund. Currently, this apartment is estimated to be worth more than 5 million USD.
Swift purchased the Northumberland estate in Forest Hills, Tennessee in 2011 for $2.5 million. The assets are currently estimated to be worth $8 million. Swift’s mother, Andrea, is said to be living in the house that was formerly owned by former US Ambassador to Denmark Guilford Dudley Jr.
The billionaire bought an 11,000-square-foot colonial-style mansion in Watch Hill, Rhode Island for $17.75 million in 2013. According to reports, Taylor Swift paid cash for the deal. Currently, it is estimated to be worth $22.5 million. “I bought this house when I was in my early 20s as a place for my family to gather and be together,” Swift told Entertainment Weekly.
Swift bought the Beverly Hills mansion called Goldwyn Estate in 2015 for $25 million. According to Zillow, the property is currently estimated to be worth $30 million. The villa has six bedrooms, a tennis court, a guest apartment and a swimming pool.
To welcome herself to New York, Swift purchased two penthouses in Tribeca’s Sugar Loaf building in 2014 for $19.95 million. She then turned them into an 8,309-square-foot duplex, which now has 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. Three years later, she bought the townhouse next door for $18 million and in 2018, she bought another apartment in the Sugar Loaf building for $9.75 million.