Harrison Ford is an American Actor and Film Producer, he gained world-wide fame for starring roles such as Han Solo from Star Wars and Indiana Jones, with him estimated to have a net worth of around $230 Million Dollars.
11 – Brentwood Mansion
Located in the very expensive area of Mandeville Canyon, Brentwood, this very private home is spread over 13,767 square feet.
The home features 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms with a detached cottage that is kitted out with a staff guest suite and screening room.
The house features a master bedroom with magnificent marble en-suite bathroom and outside there is an amazing garden that’s perfect for hosting garden parties.
Next to the separate detached cottage sits a large swimming pool and patio area thats perfect for relaxing on those hot summer days.
10 – Cessna Citation Sovereign
The Cessna Citation Sovereign is an American mid-size business jet developed by Cessna and is currently the third largest member of the Citation product line in terms of take-off weight.
The aircraft was one of the very first planes to have been flown by Harrison Ford and its thought he even learnt some flying techniques in a Cessna Citation.
The model is thought to have cost Ford around $18 million dollars, has the capacity to carry 12 passengers and can sustain 2 crew.
The aircraft has a cruising speed of 852 km/h, a range of 3,200 nautical miles and a Takeoff Field Length of 3,530 ft.
9 – Bel 407 Helicopter
Harrison Ford has used this helicopter several times on rescue missions including once rescuing a stranded hiker who had become lost.
The Bell 407 is a four-blade, single-engine, civil utility helicopter and uses the four-blade, soft-in-plane design rotor with composite hub.
The Bell 407 is frequently used for transport, as an air ambulance, and for law enforcement, electronic news gathering and movie making.
This type of helicopter is also used largely in small military operations in countries such as Iraq, El Salvador, Jamaica and the United Arab Emirates.
There are various models however its understood that Harrison Ford spent roughly $2.5 Million Dollars on his.
8 – DHC-2 Beaver
The DHC-2 Beaver is a single-engine high-wing propeller-driven short takeoff and landing aircraft developed and manufactured by aircraft company de Havilland Canada.
This aircraft is said to be one of his personal favourites and has repeatedly stated that he likes this aircraft due to the sound of its Pratt & Whitney R-985 radial engine.
Its understood Ford first used the Beaver while filming Six Days Seven Nights, and soon purchased one for his personal collection.
7 – Gerald Colcord House
Purchased for $1 Million Dollars back in 1983 this Los Angeles home is now thought to have a price tag of around $9 Million dollars.
Built in 1951 it sits just below the Getty Museum it sits in the exact same area as his other mansion we featured at the start of the video.
The main mansion sits on 7,164 square feet and features 4 bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms, formal living room, a cosy library, wood panelled formal dining room, a family room and a country style eat-in kitchen.
Poolside guesthouse includes two separate guest suites with detailed workshop with stunning landscaped gardens.
In total the estate has 8 bathrooms and at the front sits a long gated drive with circle drive at the end.
6 – 1966 Austin Healey 3000
Known as the most endearing British Sports Car, the Healey boasts roll-up windows, a true convertible top which is completely weather proof, power assisted brakes, bigger carburetors for more power, and a luxurious soft ride.
The car was built between the years of 1959 to 1967 and has a 3L engine and could go from 0-60 mph in 10.9 seconds.
If you were looking to purchase one of these cars today then you can expect to pay between $70,000 and $80,000 dollars due to their collectable nature.
5 – Hans (Plane)
Harrison ford has been spotted landing his Green Coloured Private Jet at Santa Monica Airport several times.
He often flies this type of aircraft solo and mostly while travelling to and from different work projects.
The plane is named after the captain of the millennium falcon and is a Cessna Citation Jet.
Jets of this kind range in value from between $4 Million Dollars to $21 Million Dollars.
4 – New York Mansion
Access to this private living space can only be obtained from a private elevator and this opens out onto an extremely large living room and dining room.
Its understood that Harrison Ford has placed the home for sale asking a price of $16 Million Dollars for anyone looking for a slice of the New York lifestyle.
The home features a large master bedroom, mini library, large fitted kitchen and great looking lounge.
The living-room and dining room combine to a length of almost 50 feet long and more than 30 feet wide close to one end.
3 – Aviat A-1B Husky
Designed and built by Aviat Aircraft of Afton, Wyoming, the A-1B Husky was introduced into public use in 1986 and more than 650 models were sold up to 2008.
The Husky features a braced high wing, tandem seating and dual controls, while the high wing was selected for good all-around visibility, making the Husky ideal for observation and patrol roles.
The Husky has been used for observation duties, fisheries patrol, pipeline inspection, glider towing, border patrol and other utility missions.
Notable users include the US Department of the Interior and Agriculture and the Kenya Wildlife Service.
If you are looking to purchase one of these planes second hand then expect to pay around $138,000 dollars.
2 – Motorbike Collection
Harrison Ford has several motorbikes in his collection including a Triumph and 5 BMW models.
He also owns 2 Harley Davidson’s and 2 Honda Motorcycles.
1 – Plane Collection
We have mentioned several planes in this list connected with Harrison Ford, however would you believe that he owns even more.
We start with the 1929 Waco Taperwing open-top biplane that was widely used for the popularisation of aeronautics through barnstorming and joyrides, and was also much used as a trainer and by small operators for charter flights.
The Beechcraft B36TC Bonanza also makes an appearance in his collection, along with a Cessna 208B Grand Caravan.
Harrison ford keeps all the Aircraft he owns at Santa Monica Airport.
He has had several notable incidents while flying including running into severe wind-shear and on October 23, 1999, he was involved in the crash of a Bell LongRanger helicopter but walked away unharmed.