Where Do The Dolan Twins Live And How Big Is Their House?

The Dolan twins first broke out in a big way on Vine, transitioning over to YouTube when the popular mini-vlogging site went under. They've since amassed over 10 million subscribers and an insane amount of wealth (seriously, here's how much the Dolan twins make on YouTube — it'll make your eyes water).

Considering they're only just about to turn 20 at the end of this year, it's even more shocking that these two recently moved into a home most of us could only dream of. They recently announced a step back from constant vlogging, in one of the most emotional videos by famous YouTubers, and it seems the Dolans will have more than enough room to relax in their new pad.  

The Dolan twins' starter home is a luxury mansion

Variety has all the juicy details about the stunning $2.5 million property, their so-called "starter home." It's located in trendy Encino, Los Angeles, an area popular with other online stars, including Logan Paul, James CharlesJenna Marbles, and Rosanna Pansino. Sitting on 1/2 acre, the 3,040-square-foot home boasts three bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

Originally built in 1958, it's a mid-century, ranch-style home that was renovated last year after a local realtor purchased it for $1.43 million, who then fixed it up and added considerably to the value. The Dolans will enjoy the benefits of the flip, with the interior fully redone throughout, including an all-new kitchen equipped with luxury appliances and marble counter-tops. The backyard patio has plenty of space for relaxation as well, as it includes a free-form swimming pool (complete with an attached spa). The house overlooks a scenic valley and hill, while a lengthy driveway keeps it away from prying eyes.

On why they decided to get into the world of online vlogging, the Dolans told Glamoholic it's all about connection. "We share our lives on the Internet because we feel that we have a lot in common with our viewers," they explained. "We believe that by publicizing our everyday lives, our viewers are able to connect to us on a much more personal level which we feel is very important because we want them to know that we are no different from them."