Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s Oceanfront Home in Carpinteria, California Is for Sale for $24 Million

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Ellen DeGeneres: comedian, actor, talk show host, and serial house flipper. DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi, have a well-documented history of buying and selling homes in and around Los Angeles—and they’re at it again. The couple’s latest listing is a stunning oceanfront home in Carpinteria, California.

DeGeneres and de Rossi purchased the home for $18.6 million in 2017. And now, it’s on the market for $24 million. The 6,862-square-foot property sits on 1.13 acres and is located about two hours north of Los Angeles. It has four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a fitness room, oceanfront balconies, and some serious closet space.

There’s also a 900-square-foot guest house, private courtyard, and tennis court. As you scroll through the photos of the home on Realtor.com, take note of just how many fireplaces there are, too.

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The home has high ceilings and an open floor plan throughout.

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And the closet space is to die for. It’s bigger than most New York City apartments.

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The entire property is the epitome of California cool.

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As Architectural Digest notes, DeGeneres and de Rossi have been busy buying and selling homes this year. In February, they listed a Santa Barbara home for $8.95 million and bought a Bali-inspired mansion in the mountains for $27 million. And in May, they listed a Hollywood villa for $17.95 million and bought a Beverly Hills mansion for $42.5 million. As we said, they’re serial house flippers.

“We buy a house, and we love it, and we stay in it, and we get a little bored because we like a different style or a different aesthetic, and I love furniture and I love decorating,” DeGeneres told Savannah Guthrie during an appearance on “TODAY” last fall. “So, if I find something else and we make money, then why not move to another house?”

Can’t argue with that. We may not be able to afford these gorgeous mansions and villas, but we sure do enjoy looking at the pictures and daydreaming about how we’d decorate them.