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Which Top DJ/Producers Have the Best Mansion?

We already know which DJ’s are the richest. But which one has the best mansion you could get inspiration from or possibly redecorate one day? 

Every year Forbes reports on which top DJ’s are the richest, mostly for the ladies and some gentleman. But which one has the best house? Each of these DJ houses could be on MTV Cribs if it was still on the air, or maybe even an interior decorating magazine. But don’t carefully research them and jump the fence one day because stalking is not a good way to get a man.

Calvin Harris

Calvin Harris’ living room.
  • Location: West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California

Earlier this year Calvin Harris, the world’s richest DJ, bought Steve Angello’s Los Angeles mansion. Angello was asking $5.5 million but Harris talked him down to $5.05 million. That’s the bro price. The 6,010-square-foot house boasts 18-foot ceilings, an eat-in kitchen, a swimming pool and deck, an outdoor shower, a two-story den-slash-music room and a home recording studio.

David Guetta

David Guetta’s dining room.
  • Location: Miami Beach, Miami, Florida

Last August David Guetta purchased this ocean front Miami condominium from New York billionaire Michael Wiesenfeld. The four-story dwelling is on the 37th floor of Setai Hotel & Residences. The 2,521-square-foot condo has views of the ocean and the Miami skyline. The value is an estimated $6.75 million. You can rent Guetta’s condo for about $28,000 per week. 

Zedd

Zedd’s living room.
  • Location: Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California

Last spring Zedd‘s Beverly Hills estate was featured in Architectural Digest. It’s a huge honor in the interior decorating community. The 9,400-square-foot house features floor to ceiling windows, an infinity swimming pool, fountains and a Skittles vending machine. He decorated the “modern and slick” home himself. He describes it as, “Something Steve Jobs would have enjoyed.”

Steve Aoki

Steve Aoki’s Banksy sculpture.
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Steve Aoki‘s Las Vegas mansion was in Architectural Digest a year before Zedd’s was. He got an amazing deal on the 16,000-square-foot home at an auction. It was originally listed for $12 million, but he paid $3 million cash money. Then he went to work converting it into a smart house. The spot includes an original Banksy, a gym and foam pit, and a pool with his logo on the bottom.

Deadmau5

Deadhau5.
  • Location: Campbellville, Ontario, Canada

Joel “Deadmau5” Zimmerman purchased his 14,000-square-foot home in Ontario for around $5 million in 2014. The four bedroom estate sits on 118-square-acres of Canadian forest. If you check his Instagram account you can see he also has two cats, some ducks, a home recording studio, and a collection of exotic taxidermy animals. He recently renovated the pool house.

Skrillex

Artist’s conception of Skrillex’s living room.
  • Location: Malibu, Los Angeles, California

In 2016 the LA Times reported that Sonny “Skrillex” Moore had acquired a $6 million parcel of land near Malibu Beach. That was the price for the 1.1 acre of land where he planned to break ground on a 12,000-square-foot mansion on a bluff overlooking the ocean. It is part of an upscale community of 13 upscale properties with price tags escalating to $15 million. 

Diplo

Diplo’s hot tub.
  • Location: Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California

That same year the LA Times reported Wesley “Diplo” Pentz had purchased a Hollywood Hills home. He paid a more modest price of $2.425 million. At the time he was touring with Jack U, so maybe he went house shopping with Skrillex. The four-story home has wraparound views of Beachwood Canyon, an open plan dining/living room and a courtyard with a succulent wall.

Martin Garrix

Martin Garrix’s bedroom.
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Martin Garrix enjoys a three-story apartment in Amsterdam. When he gave Dutch reporters a tour back in 2016, he was 19-years-old and had just moved out of his parents’ house. It was somewhat unfinished with an unmade air mattress in the master bedroom. Surely he has purchased a real bed by now. Other features include an elevator, a fireplace and a home studio.

The Chainsmokers

Drew Taggart’s bathroom.
  • Location: Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California

The Chainsmokers‘ Drew Taggart purchased a 4333-square-feet house in the San Fernando Valley for $2.34 million last summer. The Sherman Oaks residence is bright, clean and traditional with five bedrooms, stainless steel appliances, and a covered patio area for entertaining guests. His bandmate Alex Pall has a four-bedroom in the Hollywood Hills worth an estimated $2.695 million.

Paul Oakenfold

Paul Oakenfold’s real estate listing.
  • Location: Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California

Paul Oakenfold has two houses in the Hollywood Hills. According to Variety, in 2003 he paid $2.35 million to film producer Baker Bloodworth for a large residence near Hollywood Bowl. Last July he listed his second home for sale at an asking price of $3 million. The 2,800-square-foot mansion is also on a hill above Hollywood Bowl, so you can be neighbors if you are interested.

Some top DJ’s, like David Guetta and Afrojack, are more private about showing their homes to the general public. Others, like these guys, practically have their houses listed on Google Maps. It would be nice to see a female DJ’s mansion one day. For a more in depth tour of each DJ home, but not all of them, check out our YouTube playlist of videos we did not produce.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.