Which Member Of The Kravitz/Momoa Family Has The Most Expensive Home?

While there are many prominent families in Hollywood, the Kravitz/Momoa family is something else. Covering the music industry and the acting industry since the 1980s, Lenny Kravitz and his ex-wife, Lisa Bonet, have a combined net worth of $90 million, according to Cheat Sheet. During the course of their marriage from 1987 to 1993, Kravitz and Bonet had one child together, daughter Zoë Kravitz, who has an additional net worth of $10 million. 

A little over a decade after their divorce, Bonet started dating actor Jason Momoa in 2005 (via Bustle). Together now for decades, the former couple have two kids in their early teens: daughter Lola Momoa and son Nakoa-Wolf Momoa. Since the start of their relationship, Momoa has been a part of multiple popular movie and TV franchises and is now a well known actor. Adding his own net worth of $14 million to the family, their overall net worth is around $115 million. With that kind of money, the family likely has pretty extravagant homes, but which family member's home is the most expensive?

Lenny Kravitz's multiple homes

Of the entire family, Lenny Kravitz has the most expensive real estate portfolio. A true Renaissance man, Kravitz is an accomplished singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and author. Since releasing his debut album in 1989, Kravitz went on to win four Grammy Awards and release 10 albums between 1991 and 2018 (via Britannica). He has also starred in several movies and TV shows, including two of the "The Hunger Games" films, in which he portrayed Cinna. 

Along with his passion for music, Kravitz is a long time lover of interior design and founded his own  company, Kravitz Design, in 2003. He has since worked on projects with CB2 and Swarovski, and according to The New York Times, has designed hotel suites and residential properties in New York City, Las Vegas, Miami, and Toronto.

Kravitz owns homes in cities across the U.S., as well as Rio de Janeiro and Paris, and often spends his time traveling between properties. He has also been known to frequent the Bahamas due to familial ties and recently stayed at his property on the island of Eleuthera. Along with the Bahamian residence, which he bought in 1989, Kravitz bought a Brazilian coffee plantation in 2019 for $3 million. Architectural Digest Middle East has also reported that he owns a '70s inspired maximalist home in the Trousdale Estates neighborhood of Beverly Hills, California.

Lisa Bonet's canyon residence

Known for her role on "The Cosby Show," Lisa Bonet was a prominent actress in the 1980s and 1990s and has received numerous awards for her work including four Young Artist Awards and a Primetime Emmy. While not much is known about her real estate portfolio, Vulture has reported that following her divorce from Lenny Kravitz in 1993, Bonet purchased a five-acre property tucked away in the Santa Monica Mountains in Topanga, California.

According to Redfin, homes in Topanga currently range from $950,000 to $5.5 million, while undeveloped lots range from $40,000 to $500,000. And although it's unknown what Bonet paid, she purchased the canyon residence with the hopes that Zoë Kravitz would form a connection with nature. Bonet seemingly still resides there with her youngest children, three dogs, and a donkey that Jason Momoa gifted her. The home was also used as the site for Bonet and Momoa's private nuptials in 2017.

In early 2021, Bonet and Kravitz's former Venice Beach property was listed for $7.8 million. They bought the property in 1987, and despite divorcing, held onto it until 2000. Built in 1949, the 5,424-square-foot home consists of four bedrooms and three bathrooms and is the perfect mid-century modern retreat for artists (via Homes & Gardens).  

Zoe Kravitz's New York homes

Following in her father's footsteps, actress, model, and singer Zoë Kravitz has lived in multiple cities across the U.S. over the course of her life. From the age of 4 to 11, the "Big Little Lies" actress lived with her mother in Topanga, California, before moving across the country to live with her in Miami. Since then she spends most of her time in New York, with properties in both the city and the suburbs.

According to Dirt, Kravitz purchased a 3,000-square-foot converted warehouse in the Williamsburg neighborhood of New York City in 2015 for $3.2 million. She has continued to acquire properties in the state, recently purchasing a historic home in Pound Ridge, New York, for $1.25 million. An hour outside of the city, the home is built over a brook and once served as a cider mill and a sawmill between the late 1700s and the mid 1800s. 

Known by the locals as Aaron Wood's Mill, the 2,600-square-foot structure was restored by an owner of Standard Oil, and was later converted into a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home. The secluded property also boasts two acres of land, wood beams, a gourmet kitchen, and a copper soaking tub in the primary suite (via Architectural Digest). 

Jason Momoa travels in style

Having joined the family in 2005, Jason Momoa has since become a household name. Despite lying on his resume at the age of 20, the 42-year-old actor has gone on to star in countless franchises including "Baywatch," "Game of Thrones," "Fast & Furious," and a number of movies for DC Comics. Momoa has also worked as a producer, a writer, and a director, and has been an avid YouTuber since 2019.

The environmentally-conscious Hawaiian-born actor additionally owns a canned water company and loves the outdoors. According to Men's Journal, Momoa spent his early 20s living out of an Airstream trailer in Valencia, California, before making it big in Hollywood. Momoa then moved in with his now-estranged wife at her canyon residence, which is believed to cost around $3.5 million. With an additional five acres added to the property, the home now includes a 25-foot rock climbing wall, a greenhouse, and a skateboard ramp.