Morgan Freeman's Southern Mississippi House


The Oscar and Golden Globe winning actor, with an outstanding 119 acting credits to his name has become the fourth highest earning box office star, with films combining a net of $4.316 billion.

The actor, whose career that has spanned 40 years and has an estimated $200 million net worth, finds himself humbly at home just outside of Clarksdale, Mississippi. About 39 miles southeast sits the actor’s 124-acre ranch, back off the main drag and completely encircled by trees.

The views of the surrounding property and small lake are both majestic and tranquil, making this a little piece of paradise for Freeman. The property is methodically landscaped and there is an abundance of trees throughout.

After hearing that the honey bee population was rapidly declining, Freeman turned his property into a bee sanctuary.

The aerial view of the Morgan Freeman’s property shows that the house is spacious and provides plenty of square footage for himself, family and guests. The large pool is serene and has a fully equipped guest house for visitors.

When Mr. Freeman isn’t making movies or relaxing on his luxurious compound, you can easily find him at one of his favorite places to be – Ground Zero.

Ground Zero is a business and love adventure that began in 2001 for Freeman as he is a part owner, and is located in Clarksdale, Mississippi, where some say is the “home of the Blues.”

Located in Blues Alley, next to the historic Blues Museum in downtown Clarksdale, in 2005 Ground Zero was voted number 1 Blues club in the nation, and as one of the “Top 100 Bars and Nightclubs in America.”