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Where Does Pink Live? Inside Pink’s $13 Million Home

Ian Mutuli
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Pink not only has a successful music career but also a considerable amount of wealth. With a net worth of $200 million, it should not come as a surprise that Pink's home is lovely, stylish, and all you would expect for someone with that much net worth. So, where does Pink Live?

Pink and her family currently reside on a 200-acre ranch in the Santa Ynez Valley of Santa Barbara County, California. If you need another reason to love Pink and Carey Hart, you should see the inside of the couple's California homes.

Who is Pink?

Pink is the stage name of Alecia Beth Moore, an American singer, songwriter, actor, and dancer born on September 8, 1979.

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The well-known performer made her Hollywood debut in 1996 as a member of the R&B group Choice. She started her solo career in 2000 with the publication of "There You Go," her first single. Since then, she has had one big hit after another.

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In 2006, Pink married Motorcross athlete Carey Hart. After divorcing in 2008, the couple reconciled in 2010, two years after purchasing their Malibu house. They have a baby girl named Willow, born in 2010, and a son Jameson, born in 2016.

Where Does Pink Live?

As mentioned, Pink lives on a sprawling 200-acre ranch in the Santa Ynez Valley of Santa Barbara County, California, which they bought in 2013 for $12 million. The family desired to enjoy a simpler lifestyle away from the spotlight.

1. Santa Barbara County, California

Pink's residence has striking blue exterior paint color on the outside walls. The entire house is surrounded by a porch that is dazzling white. There are enough bedrooms in the mansion for the family.

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The stunning residence also features lounge areas, several living spaces, an open-concept kitchen, and more. The couple's property is ideal for their kids to enjoy childhood memories.

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Pink and Carey painted the walls of their home a vivid blue color to make them stand out. The famous singer's house is covered with turquoise walls.

You can immediately see Pink keeps up with the vibrant color scheme once you enter the house.

The home has a 2,500-square-foot guest house in addition to the 6,392-square-foot main house. A 12-stall barn and a private lake are also included.

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The outside offers a swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, and miles of grass to play on. A distinct patio space is also present. Over 18 acres of grapes surround the stunning house.

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When they moved in, a variety of grape varieties, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache Blanc, Grenache Noir, Cab Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec, were already planted on the expansive property.

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Pink, Carey, and her team have made numerous improvements to the ranch since settling there. They have added 7 more acres of vines, constructed a small winery, and bought a neighboring estate where they intend to grow even more vines eventually.

2. Malibu, California

Pink has always owned a Malibu holiday home purchased for roughly $13 million, even though she has been living in a remote area of Santa Ynez Valley on a 200-acre ranch for a long time.

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Pink won in a bidding conflict for this property. The final price of $13.7 million was actually $200,000 above the asking price. Natalia Mogilny, a former spouse of Russian ice hockey legend Alexander Mogilny, once owned the property.

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The modern home, which is guarded by a secured courtyard gate and characterized by two large olive trees, also stands out with a stainless steel garage door and a chic wood overlay.

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The main home is hidden from view from the street and is located down a staircase behind the garage building, which is considerably closer to the beach. The two-car garage above also has guest rooms.

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A tiled courtyard that is both private and provides plenty of space for entertainment is accessed through stairs from both the gate and a separate stairway from the guesthouse.

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The family area has floor-to-ceiling glass sliders that open to the peaceful garden. A formal dining room with a glistening gold and crystal chandelier just above it.

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The kitchen has been completely refurbished and features an island, premium Dacor appliances, cream, and white flooring, and bruised gold fittings. A balcony with seaside views is connected to the adjacent breakfast area.

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The house's living room could be its most impressive feature, where the airiness the high ceiling provides is further accentuated by the huge glass windows that take in views of the sea. There is also a wraparound deck with space for outdoor dining.

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The main house has four bedrooms, including a master suite and two more guest suites upstairs. Another guest bedroom that might be used as a gym is located on the lower coastal level.

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The master suite includes an enclosed walk-in closet with custom built-ins and a spa-inspired bathroom with a soaking tub.

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The house's walls are incredibly stark white, contrasting to many of the more dull-colored homes around.

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The guesthouse, too, has been completely rebuilt, with a neatly remodeled bathroom and a little bedroom with enough space for a flatscreen TV.

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The waves and sandy beach on the back are perfect for surfing and for relaxing.

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Conclusion

Pink seems to enjoy herself fully in her Santa Barbara house. She stays busy caring for her vineyard, producing wine, harvesting veggies, and still finding time to write songs and be a rockstar mother.

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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.