Will Smith has a $ 2.5million trailer that’s bigger than a lot of houses
Will Smith calls a 25,000 square foot mansion in Calabasas, California home. However, when he’s on the road, for example shooting a movie, he has an equally luxurious place to rest his head. Smith’s $ 2.5 million trailer is filled with lavish touches.
Will Smith’s trailer is 1,200 square feet of luxury living on wheels
Does the mere mention of a motorhome or motorhome conjure up images of a cramped space that is difficult to stand upright without hitting the ceiling? Well, the Smith trailer is nothing like that. His house on wheels is, in a nutshell, huge (take a look inside on YouTube).
Built by Anderson Mobile Estates, “The Heat” weighs 30 tons, has 22 wheels and has 1,200 square feet of living space, according to Auto Evolution. The cost? About $ 2.5 million. But with Smith’s combined net worth of $ 400 million with his wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith, he can afford the hefty price tag.
With these stats, it’s hardly surprising that Smith’s trailer features many of the same features seen in celebrity homes. To begin with, it’s two stories (yes, really). The second story in the trailer even pops up providing enough space for up to 30 people to watch a movie on a 100-inch screen.
As for the first floor of the trailer, it is just as luxurious. There is a full kitchen with a dining area that can be used as a living room. Plus another lounge area with a make-up station and a wardrobe area.
The bathroom has a sauna shower and a glass door that offers privacy at the touch of a button. Plus, the trailer holds thousands of dollars worth of leather and granite.
Smith’s trailer accompanies him on film sets
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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum is known for traveling in style to film sets. Enter his gigantic caravan. The Heat often comes with it, also acting as a home from home. Smith lived in the trailer while filming various films, including the 2001 one. Ali, 2006 The pursuit of happiness, and 2012 Men in black 3.
But what about when Smith is on hiatus from filming and doesn’t want to make it to the second floor screening room? Do not worry. The Aladdin star can watch TV on any of the 14 different TVs in the trailer. And if Pinkett Smith or Smith’s kids come on set, there’s plenty of room for them.
What happens to Smith’s trailer when he’s not using it? The award-winning actor praises him.
Other celebrities have luxury trailers too
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Smith isn’t the only big name with a luxury trailer. Anderson Mobile Estates has created motorhomes with premium amenities for other A-listers. Jamie Foxx, Charlie Sheen, Brad Pitt, Shakira, Whitney Houston, Kevin Hart, former President Bill Clinton and Sylvester Stallone, are just a few of the celebrities who have owned a luxury trailer at one time or another. Before owning your own massive trailer, America has talent Judge Simon Cowell even borrowed The Heat from Smith.