The Real Houses of ‘Vanderpump Rules’: In the Midst of ‘Scandoval,’ Here’s Where the Cast Currently Lives

Even if you don’t tune in to reality TV, you’ve likely caught wind of the drama that’s been circling the hit Bravo show “Vanderpump Rules” and the cheating scandal that has come to be known as “Scandoval” (a portmanteau of “scandal” and “Sandoval”).

For the uninitiated, the reality TV juggernaut premiered in 2013 and originally followed the lives of the staff of SUR restaurant, a West Hollywood, CA, staple owned by Lisa Vanderpump, formerly of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

“Vanderpump Rules” is currently in its 10th season and experiencing a spike in ratings due to news that longtime cast members Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix had split after 10 years because of an affair between Sandoval and his co-star Raquel Leviss.

In March, the cheating scandal permeated every corner of the internet—from the typical gossip sites to even the New York Times. Since then, Sandoval has confirmed stepping out on Madix and evidence suggests that Sandoval and Leviss are still close.

So if it seems like everyone has been talking about the “Scandoval,” it’s not just you.

Which ‘Vanderpump Rules’ cast members currently own homes?

Some of the biggest questions to come out of the controversy have to do with Sandoval and Madix’s living situation and, specifically, the Valley Village, CA, house they bought together in 2019. Are they both still living in the house? Who legally owns the property? Is the home up for sale?

This shake-up in the Vanderpump universe—as well as news that two cast members recently became new homeowners—prompted us to focus the lens on Southern California and take a deep dive into the homes of Bravo’s most bankable stars.

Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix’s house

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The home that Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval own.

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In 2019, Sandoval and Madix were the first of three “Vanderpump Rules” couples to make the move outside of West Hollywood and purchase real estate in the San Fernando Valley. The trio of couples—including Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright and ex-spouses Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney—fell for near-identical modern farmhouse mansions that were within a stone’s throw of one another.

Sandoval and Madix purchased this 4,400-square-foot home for $2.08 million. The massive interior includes a chef’s kitchen with two dishwashers, a butler’s pantry, and a wine refrigerator—the perfect setup for mixologists Sandoval and Madix, who also have their own food and beverage ventures.

Property records show the homeowners are “Ariana Madix and Thomas Sandoval,” so even in the midst of the cheating scandal, they have maintained their residence. For the time being, the house is off the market. But who knows what the fallout will be after the current season of their reality show concludes.

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Living room

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Kitchen

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Backyard

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Bedroom

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James Kennedy’s house

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James Kennedy is another “Vanderpump Rules” star who calls the valley home.

The reality TV star and DJ recently purchased a remodeled three-bedroom, two-bathroom house in the heart of Burbank, CA, for $1.35 million.

The modest suburban spread was designed with comfort and style in mind and includes a stylish kitchen, a primary suite with double vanity, a pool, and a covered barbecue area in the backyard.

James Kennedy’s kitchen

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Dining and living area

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En suite bathroom

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Backyard with pool

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Lala Kent’s house

Lala Kent’s house

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Love her or hate her, there’s no denying that Lala Kent had a rocky couple of years due to her breakup with her partner, disgraced Hollywood producer Randall Emmett. But a bright spot came this year for Kent when she purchased an oasis in the desert: this 2,300-square-foot home in Palm Springs, CA.

The $1.35 million, three-bedroom pad is set on a golf course and offers jaw-dropping views of the mountains in the backyard. It’s well-equipped for the hot weather with a pool and covered lanai.

Kent’s new home is also next door—yes, next door—to “Vanderpump Rules” co-star and best friend Scheana Shay.

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Kitchen

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Bedroom

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Patio

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Backyard with golf course views

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Scheana Shay’s house

While the rest of her “Vanderpump Rules” cast mates were buying in the valley in 2019, Shay set her sights southeast and scooped up a house for $725,000 in Palm Springs. The home has proven to be a good investment—Shay’s friend and cast mate Kent paid nearly double for a similar three-bedroom next door.

The 1,900-square-foot desert dwelling is filled with modern design touches like an electric fireplace, “sliding walls of glass,” a saltwater pool and spa, and a large fire pit.

Shay shares the home with her husband, Brock Davies, and daughter, Summer Moon.

Scheana Shay’s house

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Living room

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Kitchen

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Backyard, also with golf course views

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Pool

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Lisa Vanderpump’s house

Villa Rosa

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Lisa Vanderpump, restaurateur, philanthropist, and matriarch of the “Vanderpump Rules” empire, has lived in a hilltop estate, dubbed Villa Rosa, since 2011. She and her husband, Ken Todd, purchased the 8,800-square-foot home, which has been heavily featured on TV, for $10.2 million.

The five-bed Beverly Hills mansion is known for its lush landscaping, opulent interior design, and plenty of space for Vanderpump’s menagerie, including five rescue dogs, two miniature horses (including Velvet, a new pony who makes a cameo on this week’s episode of “Vanderpump Rules”), one retired racehorse, swans, peacocks, fish, and various other pets.

Backyard

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Bedroom

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Closet

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Dining room

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Living area

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