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Disgraced comic Bill Cosby, now 83, serves prison sentences in Pennsylvania for sexual misconduct. Thanks to his stellar career spanning almost 60 years, the former actor still enjoys an astounding net worth of $400 million and some gorgeous houses. Now let's have a look at the mansions Bill and his wife of over 50 years, Camille Cosby, call home.
Bill Cosby purchased this 4,500 square feet Los Angeles home for $2.55 million in 1990, and it's worth at least $10 million today.
The massive mansion boasts 4 bedrooms and 4 baths and is of eclectic Tudor Revival style, featuring half-timbering, massive chimneys and narrow windows.
The home is pretty secure with a gated driveway and gated entrance by the front walkway, plus countless magnificent pines throughout the aged private backyard.
The Cosbys have owned the 21-acre property on the outskirts of quintessential New England town, Shelburne Falls, since 1971. It's the very place where the couple raised their children.
The massive compound comes complete with a number of buildings, including a main house, a guest house, a vehicle storage warehouse, staff quarters, a pool house, and a 'Zen Den' for relaxing and listening to the rain.
The main house boasts 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, a kitchen fit for a high-end restaurant, a large dining hall, an office, and two-four car garages. These facilities cater to the Cosbys' daily needs well.
Besides an Olympic-sized pool inside the pool house, the compound also has an inground pool and a tennis court in a heavily wooded area roughly half a mile away from the primary residence. "Camille swims at least three times per day," an insider in the Cosby camp said.
Cosby's two children - his only son, Ennis, who was murdered in 1997, and Ensa, who died from renal disease in 2018 - are buried beneath the huge herb garden on the estate.
Far away from the main residences, there are two barn-like structures surrounded by a stunning array of trees. We have no clue what these two buildings are used for, and no animals could be seen roaming here.
The Cosbys have always been strict on privacy. They purchased hundreds of acres with hundreds of thousands of trees surrounding their compound to shield them from the public. The couple has lived here like real hermits, and the chances of seeing them are virtually nil.
To prevent anyone from invading their privacy, the Cosbys posted half a dozen signs on all entrances to the estate, all with the same stern message: If you are not invited, DO NOT pass through these gates.
The estate's main gate is rarely open, and guests typically enter through the back gate. Cosby owns upwards of 50 vehicles, but when leaving his home, he usually uses his private planes, a 12-seater Pilatus-PC12 named 'Billy' and a 16-seat Gulfstream IV named 'Camille.'
Before the final sentence, Bill Cosby was confined in this 9,000-square-foot mansion in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.
Cosby bought the sprawling mansion in 1983 for $225,000. While under house arrest, the comedian celebrated his 81st birthday with several male friends on the property.
Now, Cosby is serving his 10-year sentence in Phoenix in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. The 3,830-bed, 164-acre prison reportedly costs $400 million and is the newest in the US. But the conditions appear to be tough, and Cosby is housed at the medical unit.
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