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Inside All Of Howard Stern’s $186 Million Homes

Subscribe for more amazing videos! ► ◄ Howard Stern has an incredibly impressive real estate portfolio. He owns a stunning New York City Penthouse, a classy mansion in the Hamptons, and a sprawling estate in Palm Beach, Florida. The three homes are worth a total of $186 million, and Stern has spent millions renovating the properties over the years. His 8,000 sq.-ft. New York Penthouse overlooks Central Park and spans two levels. The penthouse is made up of five units and worth about $21 million. Stern’s massive mansion in the Hamptons is believed to be worth as much as $100 million. He purchased the land for $20 million and then had the mansion custom built. The coolest feature of his Hamptons mansion is the man cave which has a pool table, bar, and bowling alley. The mansion is filled with expensive items like antique chandeliers, and just about every room in the home has a fireplace. The kitchen and bathrooms feature high-end imported marble countertops, and Stern enjoys curling up with a good book in the mansion’s classy wood-paneled library. Stern’s oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida is worth about $65 million, and he spent $13 million on renovations. The mansion has a private beach, pool house, backyard pool, and formal garden. The mansion even has a 1,000 sq.-ft. closet that Stern had built for his wife. Stern had to pay a staggering $903,543 in property taxes for his Florida mansion in 2016. That's 3 times higher than the average price of an American home. Here’s a close look at Howard Stern’s impressive real estate portfolio. For copyright matters please contact us at: CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 00:46 New York City Penthouse 03:08 Hamptons Mansion 05:23 Palm Beach Mansion 07:17 Insane Property Taxes




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