Not only did Emma Stone just garner a Golden Globe win for her performance in the movie Poor Things, but the A-list actress also has decided to lighten her Los Angeles property portfolio.
Records show Stone—who maintains a permanent residence in the Texas city of Austin—has stuck a nearly $4 million price tag on a relatively humble yet charming Spanish-style bungalow in the Comstock Hills area of Westwood that was long occupied by her mother.
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Though that’s around $1.7 million more than she paid for the place almost five years ago, back in spring 2019, Stone did extensively renovate the premises during her ownership. According to The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the listing, she expanded the kitchen, and added a one-bedroom guesthouse with its own kitchen and living room.
Described in marketing materials as having “character in all the right places,” the 1920s house features four bedrooms and an equal number of baths in a little more than 3,200 square feet of colorfully hued living space boasting many of the original details, including wood-beam ceilings and wide arched doorways.
A gated driveway is tucked off to the side of the creamy stucco and terracotta-roof structure, which is fronted by a brick walkway that passes through a grassy lawn before emptying out at a sage-green door that opens into the original tiled courtyard. Once inside, an entry foyer displaying a curving iron-railed staircase steps down to a light-filled living room adorned with a fireplace, built-in shelving and French doors leading outside.
Among the other highlights: a formal dining area, plus a sitting room that connects to an eat-in kitchen outfitted with all-white wood cabinetry, a turquoise-hued range and farmhouse sink; and elsewhere is a primary bedroom hosting a stylish bath equipped with a vanity sporting a sink and dressing area, as well as a vintage clawfoot soaking tub and separate walk-in shower.
Aside from her for-sale Westwood house and Texas mansion, Stone also maintains a posh New York City apartment. In 2022, she sold a midcentury ranch-style house directly overlooking Malibu’s Las Tunas Beach to David Cooley—longtime owner of The Abbey Food & Bar in West Hollywood—for $4.4 million, or nearly $1.2 million more than The Curse and Cruella star paid for the place back in 2018.
The listing is held by Eric Lavey of Sotheby’s International Realty–Beverly Hills Brokerage.
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