Remember that MTV show "Cribs'? I don't think they ever featured the world's #1 celebrity and their crib but it looks like is showcasing the jolly one's amazing spread.

Take A Virtual Tour Of Santa's House At The North Pole

After the holidays, Santa Claus heads home to the North Pole to hang with Mrs. Claus and the elves after an amazing night of delivering packages to the children of the world.

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Santa's Place Even Has Tiny Homes For His Elves That Live Nearby

I'm sure you were thinking his pad would be worth more but it's only his worth we are taking a look at today. I'm sure if the toy factory was up for sale, it would be worth trillions of dollars.

Zillow's listing says this about Santa and Mrs. Clauses dwelling:

A winter lover’s paradise nestled on 25 idyllic acres. The property includes Santa’s main living quarters, a community of tiny elf homes, a state-of-the-art toy-making facility, garage with space for an all-weather sleigh and stables that board eight live-in reindeer, plus a bonus stall for red-nosed company.

This year, the Clauses updated their home photos, and it looks like they have a few new additions to their home, including a stationary bike and newly-adopted pup. has included some new additions to this home built in 1833. even included some of the elves living accommodations to check out in Santa's Christmas Village.

Take a peek inside this amazing property:

Take A Tour Of Santa's Crib At The North Pole

Santa's place at the North Pole is pretty amazing, and it's not as expensive as you'd think it would be.

The good news is that Santa's place isn't for sale and it's currently listed only as fun but we love a peek inside Santa's crib, giving inspiration all year round for those that want to decorate their own X-mas retreat just like Santa. You can check out more on this tongue-in-cheek listing here

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