Singer-songwriter, Taylor Swift’s real-estate, which she has been growing since she was 19 years old, has been estimated at $150 million, according to the Wall Street Journal published on Thursday.
The 33-year old, who started her music career at 16 with the release of her first studio album in 2006, has acquired multiple properties in various locations, from Nashville to Rhode Island, and since then, their value have sky rocketed.
Swift’s first purchased property is a 4,000 square foot, three bedroom penthouse in the Adelicia in Nashville, Tennessee, which she bought in 2009 for $1.99 million, and is now currently estimated to be $5 million.
The second property purchased by Swift is Northumberland Estate in Forest Hills, Tennessee in 2011 for $2.5 million, which her mother lives in, is currently estimated at $8 million.
Swift then purchased an 11,000 square foot mansion in Watch Hill, Rhode Island for $17.75 million in 2013.
The property was formerly named Holiday House and built in 1904, which the singer wrote a song on her eighth album, Folklore narrating the story of the former owner of the mansion, Rebekah Harkness, and is now estimated at $22.5 million.
Swift bought a mansion in Beverly Hills, named the Goldwyn Estate in 2015 for $25 million, which belonged to a Hollywood producer, and is estimated at $30 million.
She lastly purchased two penthouse units in Sugar Loaf, Tribeca, New York in 2014 for $19.95 million.
Taylor Swift has been building her brand into a global powerhouse, as her current Eras Tour sold more than two million tickets in a single day and having almost 70,000 attendees in its opening date.
The tour comes after Swift has been rereleasing her older albums, to own the rights to the albums. Swift is also set to direct an upcoming film.