Nobody has nabbed these big-name properties, regardless of price cuts and months of being on the market.
Pop princess Britney Spears is saying "I Wanna Go" away from this Thousand Oaks mansion (keep in mind, she now has ), but despite being listed in April of this year, there haven't been any takers.
In June, Spears chopped the price by a magnificent $1 million, with the property now asking $7.9 million. The includes an infinity-edge pool, game room and theater, a chandeliered dressing room with a jetted tub.
He may be a tennis legend, but John McEnroe hasn't been able to serve up to a new owner.
Listed in May, the home is asking $14.5 million and comes with deeded beach access and, naturally, its own tennis court. The house has eight bedrooms — seven of which are guest bedrooms — and seven bathrooms.
The Motley Crue rocker Tommy Lee wants to head out of his Calabasas mansion, but he hasn't been able to find a buyer since the home was listed in May. In July, the property saw a $296,000 price drop and is now asking $5,699,000.
Fit for any rockstar, has a 2,000-square-foot recording studio, a piano-shaped swimming pool and a theater.
About a year after initially listing it for $2.9 million, then taking it off the market, singer Jason Derulo put on the market again for $2.25 million in 2015.
The 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom home, which includes a fitness center and waterfall by the pool, is situated on 2.5 acres next to a golf club. Derulo bought the house for $1.75 million in 2012, according to .
It's a hefty price tag, but it's not for nothing. Tom Cruise's estate in Telluride, Colorado sits on nearly 300 acres and includes a 10,000-square-foot house with four bedrooms, a 3-bedroom guest house. The star bought almost 20 years ago when he was married to Nicole Kidman, reports . The home has now been on the market for nearly two years.
When Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz purchased from Eddie Murphy in 2013, they made major renovations — including adding an entire wing for artwork. The eight-bedroom, 14-bathroom compound includes an indoor swimming pool, movie theater, gym, two-lane bowling alley and a professional recording studio. There are even two elevators for moving through the space easily. On the market for a year now, the property is asking $14.9 million.
"Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz in Scottsdale, Arizona in January, but cut the price by $50,000 in July when it still hadn't sold. Now listed for $2,795,000, the 5-bedroom, 7-bath home has high ceilings, a pool with three waterfalls, a dining nook with views, a spa bath and a large home theater, and is still seeking an owner.
This Fifth Avenue apartment belonging to Keith Richards and his wife, Patti Hansen, has incredible skyline views and a master suite with two walk-in closets, but it hasn't sold since it for $12.2 million.
The 4-bedroom, 4-bath space is dramatically white with the exception of dark hardwood floors, and comes with a stylish kitchen and soaking tub.
Six months after listing her Ojai, California home she owns with husband John Krasinski, actress Emily Blunt cut the price of the by $500,000. Now, nine months after it was listed, the colonial-style home is still asking $3,250,000 and offers a pool, spa, a private guest wing and its very own well to use for irrigation. The couple paid $2.15 million for the estate in 2012 and has two other homes in Southern California.
Rapper Lil Wayne has been seeking a new owner for his 9-bedroom, 9-bath since April 2015, but the home hasn't had any takers yet. Perhaps potential buyers just aren't tempted by the home's indoor shark lagoon, rooftop skate park and the giant iguanas that wander through the property. The waterfront home also features a movie theater and a guesthouse with a professional recording studio.
The 15,101-square-foot home was originally listed for $18 million in April 2015, but is now on the market for $12 million. Despite the big price tag, it's a steal — the home is just $795 per square foot in an area where the average home is $965 per square foot.
Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and the billionaire who secretly funded Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker in recent months, listed his San Francisco home for $9.25 million back in May. Now, after four months on the market, the 7,000-square-foot mansion is up for sale, to the tune of $8 million. In addition to a penthouse lounge, rooftop deck and an elevator, the five-bedroom also has stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Palace of Fine Arts.