Taylor Swift has been dominating the music industry for over a decade. With her albums, world tours and merchandise sales, the singer has amassed a net worth of about $400 million.
And it seems that number will continue to grow.
In her latest surprise reveal, Swift, 31, announced that she has remade her “Fearless” album, labeled “Fearless (Taylor’s Version).” Although it is not news she was going to re-record her old albums, she did announce that six new songs would be included.
And while she’s not busy recording an album, she has been traveling back and forth from London — where boyfriend Joe Alwyn lives — to her Nashville, Tennessee, pad and New York City townhouses.
Since 2011, Swift has stockpiled a real estate portfolio worth upward of $80 million.
Most recently, the singer has been looking for a London abode to share with Alwyn, 29, but has kept those deets on the down-low.
Scroll through to see all of her other residences spread across the US.
New York, NY | Tribeca
Swift pretty much bought an entire block of New York City for $47.7 million.
Her first NYC real estate purchase was made in 2014, buying two adjacent penthouses in a Tribeca building for $19.95 million.
In 2018, she bought the second-floor complex to the building for nearly $10 million. The unit, which she bought from financier Jeremy Phillips in an off-market deal, spans 3,540 square feet.
In 2017, she purchased a 100-year-old, four-story townhouse next door for $18 million. The three-story townhouse comes with a gym, a spa, antique French wide-plank oak floors and a planted terrace with a Japanese paper glass wall.
The property has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms and includes a three-bedroom apartment next door for Swift’s security team.
The singer has since submitted a barrage of permits and work orders to the NYC Department of Buildings for over $1 million of renovations.
Westerly, Rhode Island | Watch Hill
When Swift needs a little getaway, she has her Rhode Island home to escape to. Spanning a massive 12,000 square feet, the estate has eight bedrooms and eight fireplaces.
She reportedly made the purchase in an all-cash deal, paying a whopping $17.75 million.
The property sits on 5 acres of land and has more than 700 feet of beachfront on top of the highest point in Watch Hill, giving the singer unobstructed views of the water.
The quiet neighborhood isn’t a typical choice for A-listers, which is probably one of the reasons she chose it. It’s rumored that her song “The Last Great American Dynasty” was inspired by this property.
Nashville, Tennessee | Music Row
When Swift is not spending her time in the Big Apple, she is likely spending her time in Nashville, where she launched her music career.
One of her first real estate purchases was at 20 when she bought a 3,240-square-foot penthouse on Nashville’s Music Row for $1.9 million. The three-bedroom abode is a corner duplex with soaring ceilings at the Adelicia complex. Amenities include a heated Olympic-length pool and a personal trainer.
These days, when she is in Music City, she is probably spending her time at the grand Greek revival estate known as the Northumberland Estate. In June 2011, she purchased the 5,600-square-foot main house for $2.5 million. Built in 1934, the main house is made up of four bedrooms and five bathrooms, along with a 2,000-square-foot guest house added in 1964. The mansion sits on 6 acres in the elite suburb of Forest Hills.
The house was built by Guilford Dudley Jr., a former US ambassador to Denmark.
Los Angeles, California | Beverly Hills
While mostly spending her time on the East Coast, Swift does on occasion find herself in Los Angeles.
In 2018, she sold two of her Beverly Hills homes. The first a Cape Cod-style cottage for $4 million, the other a smaller single-story home she used as a guesthouse for $2.65 million.
But she did hang on to one LA property — the 1934 Georgian Revival estate she purchased for a whopping $25 million. The seven-bedroom and eight-bathroom home spans 10,982 square feet.
The mansion used to belong to Hollywood film producer Samuel Goldwyn until Swift bought the home in 2015.
Most recently, Swift gained approval from the Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission to turn the estate into a historic landmark.