Where Does Clint Eastwood Live? His Property Portfolio

Ian Mutuli
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Clint Eastwood has led a good life. He has a brilliant film career and eight children who call him father. He rose to unforgettable renown in the 1960s as the guy with no name in “Dollars Trilogy.” He has since performed in and directed countless additional films, and despite his old age, he has yet to hang up his acting coat. So, where does Clint Eastwood live?

Unlike many Hollywood celebrities who opt to reside in Los Angeles, the “Cry Macho” star chose to live “out there where he’s got all those acres.” He has made Carmel’s Mission Ranch his home and resides there with his girlfriend.

Read on to learn more about Eastwood’s real estate portfolio and where he currently lives.

Who Is Clint Eastwood?

Clinton Eastwood, born May 31, 1930, is an American film director, producer, and actor.

Following his breakthrough performance in the Western TV series Rawhide, he rose to international prominence in the mid-1960s as a “Man with No Name” in Sergio Leone’s “Dollar Trilogy” of Spaghetti Westerns and as antihero cop Harry Callahan in the five Dirty Harry films.

Clint Eastwood

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While the “Changeling” actor is well-known for his decades of industry service, he is also well-known for his multiple public relationships. Clint Eastwood, who has been divorced twice, has had several casual and serious relationships of different durations and intensities throughout his life, many of which have overlapped.

He has eight known children with six women, but only half of them were recognized at the time. Eastwood would eventually become mayor of Caramel-by-the-Sea to protect the residents from a city government that had overlooked their demands.

Since having a net worth of $375 million, the actor and director have had a spectacularly successful career and an impressive real estate portfolio.

Where Does Clint Eastwood Live?

Clint Eastwood resides in Carmel, California, not far from Hollywood. Eastwood owns and manages various companies in Carmel, a quiet coastal town where he was briefly mayor.

Clint Eastwood is certainly beloved by the town he currently lives in. He has also returned that affection for the town, generating tourist revenue and even featuring Carmel-by-the-sea in one of his films. Here are some of the houses Clint Eastwood owns.

1. Carmel

Clint Eastwood lives close to Hollywood but has now settled in Carmel, California.

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The farmhouse, which contains six guest rooms, was built in the 1850s by one of the Monterey Peninsula’s original pioneer families; it was raised and transformed into a two-story building in 1895.

Clint Eastwood Historic Mission Ranch in Carmel Beach

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Set at the top of a stretch of lush wetlands where the Carmel River flows into the Pacific at Point Lobos, the Mission Ranch property is one of the most picturesque sites on the gorgeous northern California coast, with spectacular views of the sea.

Clint Eastwood Mission Ranch farmhouse in Carmel

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The actor owns the Mission Ranch Hotel and Restaurant, a 22-acre property in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. Eastwood saved this iconic resort from condo developers and restored the whole facility to give a unique vacation experience.

Clint Eastwood Mission Ranch farmhouse in Carmel

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The ranch has 31 hotel rooms, an on-site restaurant, and a thriving herd of sheep that guests may see throughout their visit. That’s a lot better than a bunch of 1980s condominiums. Overall, it’s probably a far better scenario than Rowdy Yates ever had!

2. Bel-Air

Contemporary Clint Eastwood Home in Bel Air

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Clint Eastwood owns this Bel-Air house designed by famous architect Paul McClean and finished in August 2014. It is a contemporary masterpiece. You can feel the seamless combination of elegance and functionality from the moment you walk in.

Contemporary Clint Eastwood Home in Bel Air

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Contemporary Clint Eastwood Home in Bel Air

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This extraordinary mansion is an unusual multisensory experience, with unparalleled sweeping panoramic city views.

Contemporary Clint Eastwood Home in Bel Air

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Contemporary Clint Eastwood Home in Bel Air

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Every inch of this 7-bedroom, 12-bathroom architectural fantasy house is very detailed and composed. This perfect mansion has raised the bar for Bel-Air luxury residences.

Contemporary Clint Eastwood Home in Bel Air

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Contemporary Clint Eastwood Home in Bel Air

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3. Sun Valley, Idaho

Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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The gorgeous Idaho mansion listed on the market was used as a primary setting in the 1956 film Bus Stop, directed by Pulitzer Prize winner Joshua Logan and starring Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe.

Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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The twelve-acre property in Sun Valley, Idaho, is marketed for $15.99 million and contains the main house, a guest house, and a barn fitted up for partying. The 2000-square-foot guesthouse has two beds, two and a half baths, and a lot of vintage Hollywood history.

Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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The neighboring “party barn” is a 3000 square-foot event venue with a gorgeous dormitory, a fully equipped kitchen, a living room, one and a half baths, a patio, a conservatory, and numerous heated garages.

Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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The main house is a stunning 6000-square-foot modern craftsman with five bedrooms, five and a half baths, a study room, and a large open floor plan connecting the living room design and dining spaces.

Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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The two-story layout and large windows of the house highlight the breathtaking panorama of the surrounding mountains.

Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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This luxurious mansion has a three-car garage, an outdoor hot tub, a massive fire pit, and various terraces with water features, in addition to the traditional touches of mahogany wood and stone.

Clint Eastwood house in Sun Valley, Idaho

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All three estate properties have breathtaking views of Bald Mountain and the Smokey and Boulder Mountains. The property’s tranquil appearance and atmosphere are completed with an artificial lake. The estate is private and quiet, hidden from the hustle and bustle of the city but adjacent to Sun Valley’s famed ski slopes.

4. Pebble Beach, California

Clint Eastwood’s Pebble Beach Estate

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Clint Eastwood is selling his roughly 5-acre, guarded, and gated property in Pebble Beach, California, where his ex-wife Dina filmed her short-lived reality program “Mrs. Eastwood and Company.” What’s the asking price? A whopping $9,750,000.

Iconic spanish doors lead into the house.

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According to Dirt, the 1920s Spanish Colonial is held by a real estate trust connected to Eastwood. It was last sold for $3.9 million in 1994.

It’s called Hacienda Este Madera, located on the California Riviera, adjacent to Carmel-by-the-Sea, and the Pebble Beach Golf, which Eastwood and other investors bought for $820 million in the late 1990s.

Beamed ceilings and a tiled staircase add plenty of Spanish farmhouse character.

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The 6,922-square-foot mansion has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a living area with ocean views and hand-hewn wood beams. The property has glazed terra cotta tiles, thick adobe walls, hand-forged ornate ironwork, and enormous oak doors that give it a Spanish feel.

The entry houses two sitting areas.

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Part of the living room is outfitted with gray sofas and textured pillows.

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The kitchen is highlighted by a Carrara-topped center island, oak floors, and a checkerboard backsplash. The formal dining room has held historic dinner parties for Hollywood stars, artists, authors, musicians, and foreign dignitaries.

The kitchen is open to a dining area and casual sitting area.

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The formal dining room has hosted iconic dinner parties.

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Each of the six bedrooms is accessed by a loggia that wraps around the courtyard. Photos of the interior reveal a continuation of the Spanish theme, with rooms organized around elaborately carved Moorish doorways, high ceilings featuring exposed wooden beams, and several fireplaces.

The master bedroom is anchored by an ornate fireplace.

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The master bathroom.

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According to the description of the house, several rooms are furnished with custom glass chandeliers and tiled flooring, and a stone terrace leads out to a huge lawn and garden.

A loggia leads to the central courtyard.

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The view of the ocean beyond.

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Conclusion

It is evident that Eastwood’s time in the military did not enhance his perspective of war but inspired him to make films that represent the genuine impact war has on people who experience it.

After making it famous in Hollywood, he moved back home, acquired the ranch, and started fixing it up so that it might serve as a retreat for himself and other celebrities who wanted to escape it all for a while.

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Ian Mutuli

About the author

Ian Mutuli

Founder and Managing Editor of Archute. He is also a graduate architect from The University of Nairobi, Kenya.