Some cool celebrity houses images:
Sydney Opera House
Image by michaelmcgimpsey Taken from deck 14 on the Celebrity Solstice
Carrot Top's Home
Image by Lee Bennett The walls and landscaping are such that you can't get a really good view of it, but it's clear his moniker inspired the paint color. The house is located in Winter Park and can be seen better with Google Maps.
NYC - Queens - Corona: Louis Armstrong House
Image by wallyg Louis Armstrong purchased this modest house, built by Robert W. Johnson in 1910, in 1943 and lived here until his death in 1971 of a heart attack, one night after . In 1983, Armstrong's widow, Lucille, willed the house and its contents to New York City for the creation of a museum and study center devoted to Armstrong's career and the history of jazz. Armstrong, known to many simply as Satchmo and widely recognized as the founding father of jazz, was born in a poor section of New Orleans known as âthe Battlefieldâ on August 4, 1901. He moved to New York in 1924 to play with the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra, the top African American band of the day, switching from cornet to trumpet. He lived in New York on and off, with detours in Chicago, Los Angeles and Eurpe before finally settling in this house. Beyond being an instrumentalist virtuoso, he also pioneered jazz style vocals and popularized scat style voals, recording hit songs, many of which have become jazz standards, for five decades. His talent for improvisation helped the trumpet emerge as a solo instrument, but he was also a masterful accompanist and ensemble player. He was known as a tireless performer, averaging over 300 concerts a year. His celebrity extended beyong music, appearing in over 30 films. The Louis Armstrong House was designated a landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1988. National Register #76001265 (1976)