Celebrity homes are not like our homes. Breakfast nooks and poolside jacuzzis are all pretty standard trappings of the abodes of the 1%. 

Celebrities tend to like to move around, reselling their million dollar homes, sometimes at a loss. TheStreet scoured Zillow (Z) to find some of the nicest looking homes owned by celebrities. 

Here's a list of 10 of the most expensive celebrity homes, just in case you weren't feeling very envious today. Floyd Mayweather, which reportedly just plunked down $26 million on a new mansion, has some serious company. 

10. Sally Quinn 'Grey Garden' Estate

List price: $19.995 million

Sq Footage: 6,000

9. Meg Ryan SoHo Apartment

List price: $9.85 million

Sq Footage: 4,100

8. Jennifer Lopez Bel Air Estate

List price: $28 million

Sq Footage: 14,000

7. Kelsey Grammar Chelsea Home

List price: $7.95 million

Sq Footage: 3,076

6. Lil Wayne Miami Mansion

List price: $10 million

Sq Footage: 15,000

5. Barack and Michelle Obama D.C. Home

List price: $8.1 million

Sq Footage: 8,200

4. Ron Howard NYC Home

List price: $12.5 million

Sq Footage: 3,000

3. Ellen DeGeneres Santa Barbara Villa

List price: $45 million

Sq Footage: 10,500

2. Gweneth Paltrow Tribeca Loft

List price: $9.995 million

Sq Footage: 3,892

1. Former Warren Buffett Laguna Beach Home 

List price: $11 million

Sq Footage: 3,500

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