- Margot Robbie bought the place in Hancock Park in 2017 soon after she got married.
- The Los Angeles Times calls the home “a chic space with a boutique wine cellar and private pet room with its own arched entryway.”
- More weird news here.
Want to live in the same house that Margot Robbie, the star of such films as The Wolf of Wall Street, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and Birds of Prey, recently called home? Because you can. I mean, it’s for sale. Not that most of us can actually buy it. Because it’s priced at $3.475 million.
It’s a very cool house too. It was built in 2016 and purchased by Robbie in 2017 for $2.725 million right after she got semi-secretly married to English filmmaker Tom Ackerley, disappointing millions of delusional males around the world.
Now, however, at least they all have the (very limited) opportunity to live in the 30-year-old actress’ 3,364-square-foot former home.
According to the home’s listing on Realtor.com the house comes with four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, sits on a 6,508-square-foot lot, in a gated residence.
“Tastefully detailed touches include accented paneled walls, high ceilings, hand-fabricated metal doors, unlacquered brass and chrome fixtures from Newport brass, Carrera marble, imported European oak hardwood floors, accented Anne sacks tile, a boutique-like wine cellar, private dog/cat room built-in with separate entry door, cctv controlled by iDevices with access entry control,” reads the home’s description.
Oooh. A private dog/cat room. I need one of those.
#MargotRobbie recently upgraded to a much more luxurious Venice home. So, she recently listed her old Hancock park residence for $3.475 million. Here's a look inside! For more pics and info: https://t.co/UjQvyAhixN pic.twitter.com/AsihLk7ac5
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“The bistro style kitchen features Thermador stainless steel appliances, Carrera marble sink and an oversized center island with second sink. Nearly 3900 SF of indoor and outdoor living space includes a bright master suite that open to an outdoor balcony and a true entertainers pool cabana.”
Oh, and check this out. Back in 2016, shortly after the house was built, this realtor named Portia Park gave a little video tour of the place.
Then, Margot Robbie bought the place from this guy, Frank Moritz, who said the sale went swimmingly.
So, if you are in the market for a place like Margot Robbie’s old digs, it sounds like your experience will be a good one. That’s assuming you can afford approximately $16,435 a month in mortgage payments, and a $695,000 down payment, of course.
Margot Robbie Lists Los Angeles Home For $ 3,475,000 – Hollywood Reporter https://t.co/dUXPmnBZzm
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