If you've got $20 million, you could buy Jon Bon Jovi's Middletown mansion. As I looked at the pictures of his place while writing the post about it, I started thinking about what it would be like to live in a famous person's house. There's a certain amount of status to it as well as a great conversation piece of course. What Batman fan wouldn't want to live in "State Wayne Manor?" Imagine living in "Neverland," or Graceland? In fact, if you could buy a famous person's home, who's would it be?


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