2016’s top ten celebrity homes, provided by TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, include everything from a New York City penthouse to a mansion inspired entirely by bubbles to a Los Angeles home overlooking Hollywood. The ten estates are varied in location, style and design and have seen owners including Adam Levine, Elvis Presley and Prince.

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Adam Levine's New York Penthouse

Adam Levine’s New York penthouse was listed for $5.4 million and quickly sold to shoe designer Nick Lucio. The spacious loft in a SoHo cast-iron building, with 13-foot ceilings and views of Greene street, features a large master suite with a walk-in closet/dressing area and a master bath with a Jacuzzi and separate shower.

Pierre Cardin's Bubble Palace

Mid-Century architect Antti Lovag designed Le Palais Bulles–The Bubble Palace–in Cannes, France, noting that “human beings have confined themselves to cubes full of dead ends and angles that impede our movement and break our harmony”. Fashion designer Pierre Cardin purchased the home in the early 1990’s, stating “round shapes have always inspired me.” Cardin, known for his work with The Beatles and the Rolling Stones, designed the famous Bubble Dress in 1958.

Frank Sinatra's Rat Pack Home

The Las Vegas vacation home of Frank Sinatra, which often saw guests including Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop, is listed for $3.9 million. The 10-acre compound of three rustic-style buildings is surrounded by great views and boulders. The main home features two kitchens, dining and living rooms, a den, five bedrooms and six baths.

Elvis Presley's Beverly Hills Home

Priced at $30 million, this newly-renovated estate was previously owned by Elvis and Priscilla Presley. Offering both glamour and warmth, the four-bedroom, five-bath residence on 1.18 acres has high ceilings, hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors that open to the terraces and stunning city and ocean views.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Final Home

Famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Norman Lykes House in Phoenix in 1959. The estate, sited on top of Palm Canyon with views of the valley, is now listed for $3.25 million. Wright passed away before completion of the estate, but designed the structure, furniture and built-ins for the home. His apprentice, John Rattenbury, completed the plans outlined by Wright by 1967.

Prince's Spanish Wedding Home

Listed for $5.2 million, this 7,535-square-foot villa in Spain was Prince’s gift to former wife Mayte Garcia. The villa has six bedroom suites, a new fully-equipped kitchen and 2,583 square feet of terraces for outdoor living with a tennis court, pool and three-car garage. It is said that this home and its romantic location was the inspiration for many of Prince’s songs.

President-Elect Donald Trump's First Mansion

Donald Trump’s former Connecticut mansion with major additions, six waterfront acres and a private boat dock was for sale at $45 million. It has recently been taken off the market; it’s unclear whether it’s been sold or simply on pause. The 5.8-acre home is on a peninsula in Greenwich.

Pharrell Williams' Miami Penthouse

Pharrell Williams sold his Miami Brickell Avenue penthouse perched on top of the 40-story Bristol Tower at the entrance to Key Biscayne. Offering 10,000 square feet, five bedrooms, seven baths and an additional 5,000 square feet of terraces with a rooftop swimming pool, Williams purchased the condo in 2007 for $12.525 million.

Tyler Perry's Atlanta Mansion

Tyler Perry recently sold his Georgia mansion for $17.5 million, breaking the record for Atlanta area real estate sales. The 34,688-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and 14 baths, stately formal rooms, a two-story library, infinity-edge swimming pool and an underground ballroom with catering. Perched high above the Chattahoochee River, the home offers both formal and informal gardens, a lighted tennis court and a fully-equipped gym.

Kirk Douglas' Palm Springs Home

The longtime vacation home of Kirk and Anne Douglas in the historic Old Las Palmas neighborhood, where they escaped Hollywood for over 40 years until they sold it in 1999, was for sale in 2016. The 4,000-square-foot home, originally designed by Donald Wexler, offers an open floor plan, walls of floor-to-ceiling glass, the original mirrored wet bar, updated baths and kitchen and five bedrooms with two master suites.