If you've got some spare change and are looking to purchase an upscale home, try giving Madonna a ring.
The queen of pop's Beverly Hills mansion is on sale for a crisp $22.5 million, the Los Angeles Times reports. Madonna, 54, has owned the home for about a decade, and during her time there she is reported to have done extensive remodeling.
Living up to Madonna's old Material Girl moniker, the gated estate sits on 1.25 acres of land and includes a nine-bedroom house, two guest houes, a swimming pool, tennis court, gym, theater and a 500-foot tree-lined driveway.
The property can be found in the Multiple Listing Service.
The news comes less than two months after Madonna listed her 6,000-square-foot townhouse on New York City's Upper West Side for $32.5 million. As far as we know, the singer is still retaining her 13-bedroom, $40 million townhouse on the Upper East Side.
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11: Ellen Degeneres Buys Brad Pitt's Home For $12 Million
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10: Elvis Presley's Former Home For $12.9 Million
If celebrity ownership doesn't help sell a home, we're figuring that former celebrity ownership likely won't either. Still, there are exceptions to any rule and we just had to put <a href="http://www.realtor.com/blogs/2012/10/24/live-like-the-king-in-elvis-presley-former-beverly-hills-home/" target="_hplink">Elvis' former home</a> on this list. The Bel-Air mansion where the King ruled came on the market in October at $12.9 million. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/11/elvis-presley-house-singe_n_1959620.html" target="_hplink">Presley lived there with his wife Priscilla and their daughter Lisa Marie.</a> The gate to the property is filled with signatures -- dare we call it graffiti -- of adoring fans proclaiming their love for the world's original rock 'n roller. Warning to future buyer: Fan pilgrimages will continue.
9: Mark Wahlberg Lists His Home At $12.99 Million
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. So believes <a href="http://realestate.aol.com/blog/2011/09/09/mark-mark-wahlberg-lists-beverly-hills-home/" target="_hplink">Hollywood honcho Mark Wahlberg</a>, who has been trying to sell his Beverly Hills home since before my hair went gray. In 2008, <a href="http://realestate.aol.com/blog/2011/09/09/mark-mark-wahlberg-lists-beverly-hills-home/" target="_hplink"> it was listed at $16 million</a> and didn't sell. It came back on the market in 2011 at $13,995,000, then relisted in July of this year for a million less. This is the place where Wahlberg installed a 2,500-square-foot detached gym with a full-size boxing ring he used to train for his role in "The Fighter." The executive producer of "Entourage" and "Boardwalk Empire" has already built another home for himself and we suspect he would like to sell this one already.
8: Jim Carrey Lists Home For $13.95 Million
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7: Sheryl Crow Lists Home For $15.95 Million
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The salon world shed a tear and poured one out for industry leader Vidal Sassoon when he died this May. But little did the world know that Sassoon had a second love: architecture. <a href="http://homes.yahoo.com/photos/midcentury-marvel-owned-by-vidal-sassoon-costs-17-9-million-1353031063-slideshow/midcentury-marvel-owned-by-vidal-sassoon-4-photo-115704084.html">CasaSugar notes</a> that his 1959 Bel-Air home, designed by Richard Neutra, was one of Sassoon's favorite homes. It hit the market in November at $17.995 million.
5: Kelsey Grammar Lists Home At $18 Million
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3: Ellen Sells Compound To Ryan Seacrest For $37 Million
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