From Australia to NYC, take a look inside Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban's sprawling real estate empire
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Over the course of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban's 12-year marriage, they've acquired a large real estate empire that stretches from Australia to New York.
The actress and country music singer have made their main home in Nashville, but they have a mansion in Los Angeles, a condo in New York, a penthouse in Sydney, and a farm just outside of Sydney.
Take a look at what their homes look like, and how much they paid for each.
In 2008, Kidman and Urban bought a mansion in Nashville for $3.47 million, making it their primary home.
Also in 2008, the stars purchased their Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, home for $4.7 million.
The home has an in-ground swimming pool and a second-floor, wrap-around deck.
On a tour of her farmhouse, Kidman showed off her billiard room.
Her formal living room has a grand piano and an elegant fireplace.
The 111-acre farm is also home to black Angus cows, an orchard, and a small guest cottage.
In 2009, Kidman and Urban bought a penthouse apartment in Sydney, Australia, for around $4.16 million.
In 2012, they bought the second penthouse apartment in the building for around $4.85 million to create a massive home.
The building has a ton of amenities for the couple to enjoy.
In 2010, the couple bought a $10 million apartment in West Chelsea, Manhattan.
One of the most impressive features of the West Village apartment is the cathedral ceiling in the living room.