Where Does Lisa Vanderpump Live And How Big Is Her House?

The reality stars of Vanderpump Rules live in some very impressive homes, even if they are a bit homogenous, as new homeowner Stassi Schroeder noted in Season 8 of the hit Bravo show. By contrast, there's only one Villa Rosa, and there's truly nothing like it. Yes, Lisa Vanderpump's house actually has its own name. 

Vanderpump's mansion is nothing short of iconic, especially to her very devoted fans. Both Vanderpump Rules and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers have seen glimpses of her home during her lengthy tenure on reality TV. Her palatial pad includes plenty of pink flowers, a piano room, peaceful waters, among other glamorous things. It's home sweet home for LVP, her husband, and their menagerie of mini horses, swans, and cute dogs. In her words, "Villa Rosa is a lush oasis, nestled into the rolling rises of Beverly Hills — it feels like it's in the middle of the countryside and yet it's only 5 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the town below." 

Sounds lovely, doesn't it? Let's take a tour. 

Where Is Lisa Vanderpump's House

According to Refinery29, Villa Rosa is located in the Beverly Crest neighborhood of Beverly Hills, Calif. Lisa Vanderpump and her husband, Ken Todd, bought the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 8,801-square-foot mansion in 2011 for $11,995,000. The layout reportedly includes at least three different sitting rooms, a gorgeous entryway lined with trees, an infinity pool, and massive walk-in closets, of course. As if that weren't enough, LVP says the place also smells amazing. "I have an abundance of flowers," the well-to-do star told Bravo. "...When you walk into Villa Rosa you smell the lilies and the roses, and I love that about it."

Before she left The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Vanderpump revealed that she and Todd moved into Villa Rosa in an attempt to downsize after their children moved out of the house. You read that right. Their previous pad was 17,000 square feet and sold for $19 million, per Haute Living. This modest empty-nester abode has become LVP's "sanctuary." She told Bravo that she prefers a "neutral palette" and absolutely adores her "white and silver sparkling kitchen with beautiful chandeliers."

Her pale pink bedroom suite also includes a very cool television that looks like a mirror — perfect for catching up on all the drama that goes down among her reality star friends and family on Vanderpump Rules.