After just 18 months of dating, Ariana Grande married luxury home realtor Dalton Gomez in an intimate home wedding with just 20 people in attendance. The dreamy ceremony took place at the singer’s Montecito residence in 2021 with flowers hanging from the ceiling and pillar candles scattered all over the floor.
“It was tiny and intimate… the room was so happy and full of love,” a source told People at the time. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier.”
The English-style cottage-look home was originally owned by Ellen Degeneres and was sold to the pop star for $6.8 million. Just two years later it has since been sold again to Michael Kives, the founder of venture capital company KI5 Global, and a well-known member of Hollywood’s elite.
While it’s sad to see a special place moved on to the next owner, it’s the perfect opportunity to see inside what was once Grande’s home. According to Dirt, who has shared a full gallery of images, the main residence spans over 5,500 feet but currently contains just two bedrooms. It also features two separate kitchens, two indoor dining areas, two full bathrooms and two powder rooms.
The Narnia-esque house also features five fireplaces. Which for California feels a little excessive. It’s not known where Grande and her husband are residing or whether they’ve purchased another Montecito home. The “positions” singer does own two properties in the Hollywood Hills however.
Something tells us that if she does buy and renovate a new home, she may be the next guest on Architectural Digest’s Open Door series. In the meantime, we’re still recovering from Emma Chamberlain’s recent appearance.