Take A Peek Inside Kevin Spacey's Lavish Home

The lavish living spaces of celebrities often generate buzz. This was the case for former "House of Cards" actor Kevin Spacey's home — or former home. In a June 2024 interview on "Piers Morgan Uncensored," the embattled Hollywood star revealed that his massive Baltimore, Maryland mansion has been foreclosed and is being auctioned off due to financial struggles. The actor's waterfront property might be in high demand due to its many stunning features, such as a home theater and a sauna.

Spacey originally purchased the home for $5.65 million in 2017, per TMZ. The luxurious property is located at Baltimore's Inner Harbor and is 9,000 square feet in total, with six bedrooms throughout. The home's main gathering rooms make the perfect entertaining space for hosting friends and family, and the multi-story dwelling even includes an elevator. However, if that isn't your speed, there's also a large spiral staircase that can be used to travel from one floor to the next.

His home includes a spa, a waterfront view, and more

Kevin Spacey's Baltimore home actually consists of two townhomes set next to one another, which explains its shockingly large square footage across five floors. The living area benefits from the waterfront location of the property and features large floor-to-ceiling windows that open up to a view of the harbor. Moving on to the kitchen, photos reveal that this space includes glossy wooden cabinets and a huge island in the middle. There's plenty of countertop space to prepare food or host guests. A large balcony in the home provides yet another view of the water.

However, it isn't confirmed whether any of the furniture pieces featured in the photos will be included in the purchase of the home. Wood flooring was installed all throughout the interior of the property, which contributes to a timeless look (this design choice is unlikely to hurt the resale value of the home). Other notable features found in this house include a spa, a billiard room, and a four-car garage.

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