Emma Stone's Charming 1920s Westwood House on the Market
Emma Stone, renowned for her Golden Globe-winning performance in "Poor Things," is making headlines in the real estate world. She's put her charming Spanish-style bungalow in Westwood's Comstock Hills, Los Angeles, on the market for nearly $4 million. This is a significant step up from the $1.7 million more than she paid for it in spring 2019.
This 1920s gem, spanning over 3,200 square feet, boasts four bedrooms and four baths, blending original charm with modern flair. The house features wood-beam ceilings, wide arched doorways, and a colorfully hued living space that retains its original character. The living room, with its cozy fireplace and built-in shelving, opens through French doors to the outdoors, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor living experience.
The heart of the home is the expanded kitchen, now a double-height vaulted space, perfect for the California lifestyle. It's equipped with all-white wood cabinetry, a turquoise-hued range, and a farmhouse sink, adding a touch of rustic elegance.
The property also includes a new, separate one-bedroom guesthouse with its own kitchen and living room, ideal for hosting family and friends or serving as a luxurious office space. This addition ensures that the home caters to both privacy and social gatherings.
Outside, the property is a haven of privacy and tranquility. A gated driveway leads to the creamy stucco and terracotta-roof structure, set amidst a sizable flat yard and a grassy front lawn. The original tiled courtyard and a sage-green door add to the home's allure.
Aside from this Westwood house, Emma Stone also owns a mansion in Texas and a posh apartment in New York City. Her real estate portfolio reflects her exquisite taste and an eye for properties that offer both character and comfort.
listed by Sotheby’s