Inside the Jonas Brothers’ Extensive Real Estate Portfolio

Just call them the property brothers. Sibling trio Nick, Joe, and Kevin Jonas have come a long way since they burst onto the music scene in 2005. Since then, the Jonas Brothers have collectively tackled solo music careers, high-profile romances, and—perhaps lesser known to their fans—real estate. It all started back in 2008 when they purchased a $2.8 million ranch in a suburb of Fort Worth. In the years that followed, they each bought their own homes, declaring their unique styles and tastes with each new acquisition. (Kevin got so into real estate that he even founded his own development and construction company, JonasWerner.)

Here, take a look back at all the places the brothers have called home over the years.


Three years after they first formed the boy band and just days before kicking off their Burnin’ Up tour, Nick, Joe, and Kevin purchased a $2.8 million ranch in the exclusive Vaquero Club community in Westlake, Texas. (Technically speaking, the boys gave their mother power of attorney to sign for the six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom property.) The Southwest Traditional–style home included a wood-beamed great room, a music room, a home theater, a game room, and a wet bar within its 7,360 square feet. Outdoors, there was a saltwater swimming pool, a fireplace, a gazebo, and a kitchen. The brothers ultimately sold the home in 2015 for an undisclosed amount.


Kevin, the oldest of the three, was the first to buy his own place, a $1.2 million mansion in Denville, New Jersey, that he shared with his wife Danielle. The home boasted five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, with a partially stone exterior and white marble flooring throughout. The couple shot their E! reality series, Married to Jonas, there and ultimately sold it for $1.68 million in 2014 as they began to expand their family.


In 2012, youngest brother Nick starred in Broadway’s How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and began renting NHL player Scott Gomez’s luxury condo in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. The home was listed on the rental market for $23,000 a month, though it’s unclear how much Nick paid during his stay. (Marc Jacobs was also a previous tenant.) The three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo was a perfect pad for a then 19-year-old star on the rise: It featured six televisions, a lighting and entertainment system controlled by an iPad, and a 120-inch movie screen that dropped from the living room ceiling.


The next year, Nick set down roots in Los Angeles, snapping up a $3.2 million Mediterranean home on the Sunset Strip. The mansion, originally built in 1938, featured a living room with a wood-burning fireplace and rustic wood floors, with a spot for Nick’s grand piano. The youngest Jonas didn’t stay long, however, selling the home for $3.4 million two years later.

Meanwhile, Kevin set up his company, JonasWerner Homes, and purchased a 2.5-acre property in Boonton, New Jersey, for $835,000. He razed the existing home and built a Hamptons-style mansion in its place, which included a custom 1,500-bottle wine cellar, a cigar lounge, and a putting green out back. Kevin listed the five-bedroom, six-bathroom pad for $2.3 million a few years later and ultimately sold it for $2 million in 2017.


Joe bought his first home for $2.6 million in May 2014. The 2,888-square-foot traditional-style mansion was originally built in 1923, and still retained much of its charm, but with modern upgrades like stainless steel appliances and white subway-tile backsplashes in the kitchen and marble-topped vanities in the bathrooms. Joe changed his tune on the place less than a year later, however, and ultimately sold it for $2.9 million.

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