5 More Celebrities Who Bought Homes as Teens

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By Melissa Allison

None of them beat Eve Plumb, but then how much home could you afford when you were 11?

At the same time Eve Plumb, better known as Jan from “The Brady Bunch,” was embedding herself in the hearts of middle sisters everywhere, the young actress also made like a Kardashian, ’60s-style, and bought herself a house.

Plumb was just 11 years old when she bought this 850-square-foot bungalow in Malibu for $55,300.

Her parents helped, and this summer Plumb made a splash by selling it for $3.9 million, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Take that, Marcia.

Plumb is hardly the only child celebrity to hear the siren call of real estate. Here’s a look at stars who bought homes when they were still teens.

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