Where does Will Smith live?

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Will Smith lives in Calabasas, Calif. The family home, which took seven years to design and build, covers 25,000 square feet within grounds of 150 acres.

The secluded family home in Los Angeles, which features an artificial lake, recording studio, meditation studio, and tennis and basketball courts, along with an eight-car garage, is influenced by architecture from Africa and Morocco with rooms having different tribal themes.

Will Smith also has a holiday home in Kauai, Hawaii and owns properties in Philadelphia where he was raised. While on location for films, he stays in a 1,200-square-foot two-story luxury mobile home nicknamed "The Heat."

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