Inside Tom Cruise's lavish homes from across the globe, from a Beverly Hills mansion to a stunning ranch in Colorado to an English estate 


The Mission Impossible star’s property portfolio has changed hands over the years, it’s still a treat for his fans to take a sneak peek into the Hollywood icon’s collection, whether it be in the States or in the UK. Here’s the breakdown …


The manor was built in 1937 with a classic European facade and inside it features seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms on over 10,000 sq ft of land. It also comes with a spacious backyard, pool, tennis and basketball courts along with multiple guest houses and a large playground for children. The hot property was snatched up by American investor and billionaire Leon Black.

1. US$30.5 million Beverly Hills mansion


Cruise bought an 11,000 sq ft English country estate in East Grinstead back in 2006 for over US$3.8 million (£3 million). Known as Rede Place, the estate offers plenty of open space and green gardens along with a swimming pool, spa and tennis court. With a total of eight bedrooms and five bathrooms, the property is divided between the main house and a separate guest pavilion,

2. US$3.8 million Wessex Estate


The mega mansion boasts traditional meets modern design. It’s believed that Cruise chose the English estate because of its proximity to the British headquarters of the Church of Scientology, Saint Hill.  The actor sold the property in 2016 to reality star Peter Andre for US$6.2 million (£5 million), but he returned back to the small Sussex town during the Covid-19 lockdown and stayed in the church’s headquarters.


The lavish European-style villa boasts wide-plank wood floors, Venetian plaster walls and a rustic Italian farmhouse kitchen. Cruise sold his gorgeous Hollywood Hills home to actress Eva Longoria. 

3. US$11.4 million Hollywood Hills Home


It was slightly smaller than his other properties, with three en suite bedrooms and  a slate-roofed guest house. Cruise was also rumoured to have used this property as a Scientology retreat and not as his full-time residence. He asked for US$13 million initially


Cruise’s most extravagant property includes four bedrooms in the main house and a three bedrooms in the guest house, and sits on a 10,000 sq ft ranch in Telluride. He bought it in 2014. Besides a large kitchen, living and dining room, the incredible property also has a gym, recreation room and library.

4. US$59 million Colorado ranch


Just like his Beverly Hills mansion, Cruise’s Colorado ranch also holds special memories for the Hollywood star, as this was where he spent a lot of his time with his ex-wife Holmes and daughter Suri. Outside the property, there are also courts for tennis, basketball and ice hockey and a private trail system with access to and views of the 4,270-metre-high mountains in the distance with a private gate into the Uncompahgre National Forest.


According to US Magazine, his NYC flat was 2,200 sq ft, with two bedrooms, two baths and a gym room. Located in the American Felt building, the actor shared the unit – at separate times – with ex-wives Nicole Kidman and Holmes. The publication also stated that Cruise’s previous girlfriends – Rebecca De Mornay and pop diva Cher – had also spent some time in the condo. Cruise let go of the property following his divorce and sold it for US$3 million.

5. US$3 million  New York City flat


According to reports, the Risky Business star now lives in a luxurious penthouse in the city of Clearwater, Florida, which is also known as the home of Scientology. The property has a huge swimming pool located on the rooftop along with a flight simulator room, a concierge service, cinema and car lift. The latter is used to transport the actor’s sweet rides up to an ultra-secure parking garage that can fit up to nine vehicles.

6. Multimillion-dollar Florida penthouse


He bought the penthouse back in 2017, occupying the top two floors dubbed as The SkyView as it offers unparalleled views of the city. British media reports that Cruise is currently living with his son Connor in the Clearwater penthouse and the property is the brainchild of another millionaire Scientologist, Moises Agami.