Jon Bon Jovi is the frontman for one of the biggest rock bands in the music. The group has been in the business for four decades and even today show no signs of stopping anytime soon as they still tour and play for sellout crowds all over the world. But no matter how far away the musicians travel like the song says you can’t take “the boy from his home.” So where does Jon Bon Jovi call home these days? Here’s more on that, plus the details on his Greenwich Village condo in New York that he just sold for a whopping $22 million.
Details on Jon Bon Jovi’s Greenwich Village condo
In 2017, the “Blaze of Glory” vocalist bought a sprawling condo in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan.
The ultra-posh unit located at 155 West 11th Street in the 1930-era Greenwich Lane building on the 14th-floor is 4,000 square feet and has four bedrooms. It also features floor-to-ceiling windows for stunning city views, a private terrace and elevator, a 40-foot living room, and an adjoining eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances. There’s also a walk-in closet and a marble spa bathroom that has floors with radiant heat. Residents in the building have access to plenty of amenities such as a fitness center, a 75-foot swimming pool, a whirlpool, steam rooms, a golf simulator, and a 24-hour concierge service.
With all this one might think the star would “Never Say Goodbye,” but he did. In February 2022, the condo was listed for $22 million. He paid $18.94 million when he bought it. Not long after being on the market, the “Livin’ on a Prayer” singer had a buyer.
Other homes Bon Jovi has owned
The rocker has owned quite a few other properties over the years including another Manhattan condo he sold for $15 million in 2018 and now a $43 million compound in Palm Beach, Florida he recently moved into. But the most famous home he and his family lived in for many years is located in the suburbs of New Jersey.
His French-style chateau was custom-built in 1999. The home sits on 15 acres of landscaped gardens. The High Point Estate is nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Navesink River in Middletown, New Jersey. The mansion has a whopping 18,000 square feet of living space.
The living room boasts a grand fireplace, painted woodwork, bookshelves, and parquet flooring, as well as a state-of-the-art movie theatre. Just off of that room, there is a bar with river views. The kitchen features a handcrafted brick-barrelled ceiling with hand-painted beams and honed alabaster countertops with a large island. The second floor of the home has a family wing and the staff quarters, which have separate entrances.
Outback there is a pool area with two full cedar bath cabanas and a separate kitchen and laundry room. There are also a few other buildings located on the estate. One is known as the “Shoe Inn” Pub. It has a living room with a fireplace, a pool table, a bar, and a garage. Elsewhere on the property are the original stables that have a loft-style recording studio on the second floor and seven double-door garages beneath.