Jon Bon Jovi's Homes
John Francis Bongiovi, Jr., born March 2, 1962, known as Jon
Bon Jovi, is an American songwriter, singer, musician, record
producer and actor, best known as the founder and lead singer
of rock band Bon Jovi, formed in 1983.
Both photos are from the Jon Bon Jovi SoHo, NY
SoHo is renowned for its remarkable architecture, wonderful shopping
sites, and excellent restaurants.
The 51-year old rocker purchased his 7,452 square-foot duplex
costing far less in 2007 for $24 million. This unique penthouse
is for a discerning buyer who will appreciate the fine craftsmanship
and modern conveniences. The Jon Bon Jovi house is currently on
the block for $42 million. That's about 75-percent more than star
paid for it. The down payment for this house is a cool $4.2 million
and it comes completely furnished retaining all of the audio/visual
equipment in this historic home. The apartment is on the top floor
of the New Museum's 158 Mercer Street building.
Having many large windows, and spacious outdoor terraces, this
home has the best of city-styled indoor and outdoor living. The
elevator opens into the foyer on the first floor leading to a
large great room. The SoHo Cast-Iron Historic District penthouse
comes furnished with 5 bedrooms and 7 baths. This unbelievable
duplex has 11-foot ceilings and three terraces totaling 3100 square
feet. It lets in natural light from the massive floor-to-ceiling
windows offering panoramic views of New York. With recessed lighting,
two chef's kitchens-one on each floor, the first-floor master
suite has a marble bath and large dressing room. Wood burning
fireplaces are one of the many comforts of this lavish penthouse
with hardwood floors and many closets.
Bon Jovi's plush mansion is located at 722 Navesink River Road,
Middletown Township, New Jersey right on the Navesink River. This
location is 30 miles south of New York City. He lives off route
36 South by Sea Bright and Sandy Hook on the bay. It is the largest
house on the bay offering a peaceful atmosphere and positive ambiance.
Bon Jovi, his high school sweetheart wife, and four children live
in this stately limestone French-inspired house. The ritzy mansion
is Jon's second estate besides his SoHo apartment in New York.
This tasteful chateau is located in central New Jersey, taking
two years for Jon and his wife to build.
The 19,000 square-foot chateau was completed in 1999 for an undisclosed
Aerial view of the Jon Bon Jovi New Jersey home
This massive estate sprawls over 16 acres of waterfront property
having manicured lawns and gardens. Electronic gates protect Jon's
elegant castle featuring a lavish interior and spectacular exterior.
Security around the clock assures Jon's absolute safety and privacy.
Pushing a button will raise a French tapestry revealing a built-in
projection booth. With another push of a button, an 18- by 10-foot
screen rises from the floor. In Bon Jovi's formal living room
there is, with the flip of a switch, a large movie screen hidden
in the floor, rising up to the ceiling. It then becomes the family's
Having many fireplaces, French doors, outside terraces, and a
terrace off the master bedroom, this is a posh place for the rich
and famous to hangout. A gallery wall shows framed pictures of
his children growing up, and a spot is dedicated for all of Jon's
music awards. Bon Jovi has a 230-year-old couch that has worn,
fragile fabric that he seldom sits on.
Interior of Bon Jovi home courtesy CBS News
Jon Bon Jovi's humble abode has 112-year-old horse stables converted
into Jon's recording studio. Inside this state-of-the-art studio,
Bon Jovi has produced every record since "Crush." He
calls it his Graceland. Being a traditional New York Giants fan,
Jon decorated his studio with his season-ticket seats from the
old Giants stadium.
Bon Jovi likes to head over to his on-site English pub, The Shoe,
established in 1999, when it's time to relax. Bon Jovi found the
bar at a Paris flea market and likes to tend bar while his friends
relax, play pool and pinball.