Where Does Pink Live And How Big Is Her House?

Pink is one of the most successful artists in the industry, and she has the fortune to go along with it. The famous artist first broke out on the Hollywood scene in 1996 as part of the R&B group Choice (via TimeToast). In 2000, she launched her solo career with the release of her first single titled "There You Go," and since then, she has been signing one smash after another. The songstress has also earned several awards throughout her career, including the Icon Award at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, per CNN.

Pink has achieved a success that most people would only be able to dream about. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Pink is worth an estimated $200 million. The outlet shares that she earned $50 million between June 2017 and June 2018 alone, and around the same amount the following year. She makes a lot of her income through touring, and she recently teamed up with Amazon Prime for a documentary titled "Pink All I Know So Far." In a trailer shared by Yahoo! Entertainment, Pink detailed the struggles over the work-life balance. "A lot of moms stop touring because you can't imagine being able to do both," she says. "It crosses my mind all the time, and that's the question I'm constantly asking: can a woman have it all?" 

Well, it seems like Pink answered her own question because she does seem to have it all... including a mansion. Keep scrolling for more deets on Pink's home.

Inside Pink's incredible home

One of the perks of being a Hollywood A-lister is an incredible house. It comes as no surprise that Pink's home is beautiful, elegant, and everything that you would imagine for someone who is worth a cool $200 million. According to Closer Weekly, Pink and her husband, Carey Hart, are the proud owners of a $12.5 million mansion in Santa Ynez Valley, California. The outdoor space of the home includes a pool, and about 18 acres of vineyards. The Dirt shares that the home itself is 6,392-square-feet and there is also a 2,500 square-foot guest house on the property. There's also a 12-stall barn and a private lake.

"It looks like Dr. Suess threw up," she told the Santa Barbara Independent of their colorful home. "All in all, this is the best that this property has looked since we got here," she gushed. "We've put a lot of heart and soul into this place." Pink also brings her work home even when she isn't touring and has started a label named Two Wolves. "So, after years and years of fantasizing and making terrible carboys of wine in my closets, we took our baby girl and left the city, and plunked ourselves down on an organic vineyard in Santa Barbara County," she said on the website of her home vineyard. "I immediately signed us up for classes at Allan Hancock College, and we started making wine in the garage." The rest, as they say, is history.