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Kevin Hart Drops $7 Million on The Property Next to His Calabasas Mansion

People often say that kindness is making someone laugh, even if it’s only for a moment. Well, going by that logic, Kevin Hart might be the kindest person on Earth (*wink)!

Hailing from Philadelphia, Hart began his career by participating in (and winning, by the way) several amateur comedy competitions throughout New England. In 2001, he got his first break as Luke on the TV series Undeclared. Though the show didn’t last long, it did help the actor make a place in the audience’s hearts. 


Roy Rochlin/Getty Images | Actor-Comedian Kevin Hart has recently purchased a new property in Calabasas for $7 million. This is Hart’s second property in the area

Today, Hart is one of the highest-paid comedians with an estimated net worth of $200 million. With so much wealth, it only fits that he spends it on some extravagant properties, right?

Recently, the 41-year-old invested $7 million in his second property in Calabasas, California. He convinced his neighbor, Shakim Compere, best known as the business partner of Queen Latifah, into selling his house. Well, what can we say; it might be pretty hard to say no to such a brutally funny man!

 A peek inside the gigantic estate

Situated amidst a posh neighborhood, the estate sits on 16.3 acres of land. The mansion within the estate spans 9,349 sq. ft. and comprises six bedrooms and six bathrooms. It has plenty of space for a formal living and dining room, a wine cellar, an exclusive breakfast room, and a modular kitchen. The whitewashed kitchen boasts a stone countertop with first-rate stainless appliances, while the master bedroom flaunts an attached spa-like bathroom. 


Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for The Wall Street Journal and WSJ. Magazine | The 9,349 sq. ft. home sits amidst the same posh Calabasas area as Hart’s earlier mansion

Along with splendid indoor areas, the mansion features aesthetically pleasing outdoor spaces too. The backyard incorporates an alfresco dining area, a koi pond fed by a waterfall, and an outdoor kitchen outfitted with a pizza oven, a fireplace, and a barbecue. That’s not it! There’s even an infinity swimming pool, a golf course, and a tennis court. It sounds more like a miniature town!

Other properties Hart owns

In April 2012, Hart purchased a $2 million house in a gated community in Tarzana. It had seven beds and seven baths and sat near the top of the Santa Monica Mountains. And in case you’re wondering, yes this is the same house that was robbed of half a million when Hart was away on a family trip to Miami. 


Christopher Polk/Getty Images | Hart has seen quite a few ups and downs concerning property, for instance, one of his houses in Tarzana was robbed back in 2012 when he was on vacation with family

Moving on, in 2015, the comedian bought an empty plot of land in Calabasas for $1.35 million and started constructing a double-story Spanish villa-style mansion on it. Today, the property has a main house, two detached guesthouses, a children’s playground, a large swimming pool, and a volleyball court.

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