7 Lavish YouTuber Houses That Will Blow You Away

26 July 2017, 10:37 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:41

Zoe / Zoella House

By Benedict Townsend

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YouTubers are known for their incredible houses. From apartments to mansions, creators often have homes that seem designed to simply to blow you away. Today we've collected together seven examples of lavish YouTuber pads that will make you green with envy. Behold the magic right here:

1. Jordan Maron's insane LA pad

Jordan Maron, aka 'CaptainSparklez', is a YouTube gamer with a seriously fancy home. Jordan bought this unbelievable California castle back in 2014 and to call us jealous is the understatement of this century and every century that has come before. Look at this place:

YouTuber houses Here's a closeup look at the pool

2. Caspar Lee's swanky apartment

3. Tanner Braungardt's dream mansion

We're gonna level with you - not 100% sure who Tanner Braungardt is. but hotdamn does he have a ridiculously nice house.

4. WS2's apartment


5. Kwebbelkop's 1 Million dollar crib

YouTube gamers sure have nice homes, eh?

6. Zoe Sugg and Alfie Deyes Brighton dream house

Zoe and Alfie caught the world's attention when they unveiled their brand new many-roomed, huge-gardened, jealousy-inducing beast of a house. You can see more pics right here.



7. The Faze house

This house may just take the cake when it comes to sheer YouTuber opulence. It almost begs the question - how many rooms is too many rooms?

youtuber houses The view from the house


Pretty amazing stuff, right? It just goes to show that if you work hard as a YouTuber, you can eventually afford to buy some pretty amazing things. Oh, and a friendly reminder that just because YouTubers are open about their homes online, that doesn't mean you have a right to turn up at their homes and bother them during their private lives - they tend to really dislike that.

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