Ellen Degeneres’ Beachfront Home

Ellen Degeneres, aka “the real estate queen of Hollywood” has purchased yet another California Home. Ellen, who currently has a home on the market HERE, is the proud new owner of a beachfront home in Carpinteria, California. The home is a 1.13-acre ocean front estate about 10 miles west of downtown Santa Barbara on prestigious Padaro Lane in the small coastal community of Carpinteria, CA.

Photos come courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Let’s look inside Ellen and Portia’s new pad.

ellendegeneres_carp1The driveway to the home winds through eucalyptus trees.

ellendegeneres_carp21The tennis court is located to the right of the estate, as seen before you enter the main residence.

ellendegeneres_carp2The home is a shingled-sided contemporary house with 6,000 square feet.

ellendegeneres_carp4The home has an open floor plan, and features a fireplace with a step-up living room area and a room-wide picture window that frames a view of the ocean. The home also has a two-story wall of windows on the opposite wall opening the room to the courtyard.

ellendegeneres_carp5The home has floor to ceiling glass sliders for easy access to the ocean.

ellendegeneres_carp6The glass sliders are located throughout the home.

ellendegeneres_carp7The kitchen is equipped with a huge, stainless steel-clad island and the room leads to a spacious deck with built-in spa and sunset views.

ellendegeneres_carp8Not sure where the refrigerator is located? But who cares…let the private chef worry about that!

Anyway moving on….

ellendegeneres_carp9All the guest rooms are located on the main floor, and have en-suites. This one has sliding glass doors and deck access.

The home has a total of 4.5 bathrooms.

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Another guest room with en-suite and outdoor access.

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ellendegeneres_carp11And the last guest room has a fireplace.

ellendegeneres_carp12A private study with built in shelving attaches to the master bedroom.

ellendegeneres_carp13The master suite sprawls across the entire second floor (as well it should) and has a double sided fireplace and ocean views.

ellendegeneres_carp14 A spa-style master bathroom has a soaking tub in the middle of the room.

ellendegeneres_carp15 A massive dressing room with custom fitted wardrobes attaches to the master bathroom.

ellendegeneres_carp16There are two ocean-side balconies and two roof terraces, one with an outdoor fireplace and an ocean view.

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The courtyard is wind-protected and has an outdoor fireplace.

ellendegeneres_carp18The guest home is a split level with roughly 900 square feet.

ellendegeneres_carp19The guest home overlooks the tennis court and has a living room with high-ceilings, wet bar, and fireplace.

ellendegeneres_carp20The guest home also includes two spacious bathrooms and one dormitory-style bedroom with built-in bunk beds.

ellendegeneres_carp22A built-in hot tub overlooks the ocean while…

ellendegeneres_carp23An American flag proudly hails.

ellendegeneres_carp24Amazing home and Amazing views.

ellendegeneres_carp25What do you think of Ellen and Portia’s home?

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9 thoughts on “Ellen Degeneres’ Beachfront Home

  1. I love the home. I would never want to leave. How do you have a wind-protected balcony? Never heard of that before. I’m not a big fan of the shingle siding–it doesn’t appear to be very appealing to the eye-however the inside makes up for all of that. Still an A+ in my book!

    1. I completely agree! The wind protected balcony is that high wall that you see in the picture. Being near the ocean probably generates a lot of wind 🙂

  2. Thank you for sharing. but honestly, the house is not my style, too modern and a lot of the furniture are not made with strong wood – maybe I am wrong. The house is the same age as teenagers! But you know what, I love the pathway with “Eucalyptus trees” more than the house. the pathway is absolutely beautiful, just gorgeous!

    1. Hi Julie, thanks for touring the home. It’s too modern for my taste too, but I’ll take the view and beachfront anytime!

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