Where does Mindy Kaling live and how big is her house?

Actress, producer, and sarcasm expert Mindy Kaling keeps us nothing short of entertained with her confidence that's on the verge of cockiness, her "work-hard-play-hard" attitude, and her down-to-earth but colorful persona.

When she isn't rocking a doctor's coat as her alter-ego Dr. Lahiri on The Mindy Project or producing shows representative of her Indian heritage and childhood, she's busy posting completely relatable tweets about pajamas being the new go-to 'fit, or soliciting cooking and workout advice from her fans.

The multi-talented celebrity's hard work — from TV shows like The Office, to movies including A Wrinkle in Time, and even books like her very own bestseller Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? — has clearly paid off. According to TheRichest.com, the mother-of-one and famed actress has a net worth of $24 million.

With all that bread in her bank, it's no surprise that Kaling treats herself to a lavish lifestyle, beginning with her newest home.

Mindy Kaling dropped more than $9 million for this property

Just this month, the Los Angeles Times revealed, based on public records, that Mindy Kaling purchased singer Frank Sinatra's beautiful beachfront home in Malibu for a whopping $9.55 million. Her 5,824-square-feet oceanfront mansion with gigantic windows also features a terrace, a pool and patio overlooking the ocean, an elevator, seven bedrooms, and nine baths.

The property is located on Broad Beach, which is home to (or housed at one point) other famous names like Steven Spielberg, Robert De Niro, and Dustin Hoffman, among others, per LimeWave. At one point, even Meghan Markle and Harry were eyeing property in the areas nearby, according to The U.S. Sun.

Kaling was doing a lot of house-swapping leading up to the big buy, selling two houses since 2017 for $1.61 million and $1.955 million, respectively, according to separate Los Angeles Times reports. Clearly, her latest purchase was quite the upgrade.

If we were quarantined in her Malibu beach home during the coronavirus pandemic, we wouldn't mind it so much either.