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Which celebrity homes are most highly desired? Hint: not Mariah or Kylie’s

The dining room of one of Taylor Swift’s many sprawling, and highly desired, properties.

We, the general public, are often intrigued by how the rich and famous live. It’s the reason we’ve tuned into shows like Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous and MTV Cribs for so many decades.

But which celebrity properties are the most favoured right now?

Home heating specialists Heating Force wanted to find out, so it digged into celebrity Pinterest accounts to see which photographs – taken in and around their home – have received the most pins.

Taylor Swift’s properties stand as the most desired celebrity homes with 41,444 combined pins on Pinterest under ‘Taylor Swift Home’. With seven sprawling properties in four different states, it’s no surprise Swift’s collection of mansions are the globe’s favourite source of interior inspiration.

Drake ranks second with 22,244 pins on Pinterest. The R’n’B artist is closely followed by Iron Man actor Robert Downey Jr. in third place with 20,539 pins.

Kylie Minogue’s living room interior is not very much liked.

Also ranking amongst the celebrities with the most desirable homes are Jennifer Lawrence (18,695), Will Smith (15,490) and (yuk) Donald Trump (13,428), respectively ranking fourth, fifth and sixth.

Notably, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, who ranks twenty-first with 3,749 pins on Pinterest, is more of a global architectural and interior inspiration then her sister-in-law Meghan Markle who sees 3,680 pins for ‘Meghan Markle Home’.

Mariah Carey has the least desirable house with only 24 pins on Pinterest and for that she is quite possibly wanting to rip her hair out.

Camila Cabello (29), Kylie Minogue (30), Serena Williams (40) and Caitlyn Jenner (71) also appear amongst the ten least desirable celebrity houses.

Antonino Tati

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