RenÃ©e Zellweger is all set for a alter on the West Coastline. The Academy Award-profitable actress just shown her 4-bed room, 4.5-toilet Topanga retreat for sale, with a almost $6 million price tag connected.
Zellweger acquired the 4,414-sq.-foot Spanish hacienda-design and style dwelling, which is situated in the mountains involving Malibu and Calabasas, for $3.35 million in April 2015, and has due to the fact concluded a main â€œdown to the studsâ€ renovation, for every the listing held by Compass broker Carl Gambino.
The charming abode, which is positioned at the rear of non-public gates, options Venetian plastered walls, Spanish tiles, steel doorways and wooden-beamed ceilings all over. The kitchen area is fitted with a wood-topped heart island and countertop seating, with an adjacent breakfast nook. It opens to a cozy relatives place with a fireplace.
Thereâ€™s also a residing place with a stone-tiled fire, a different dining home and a media home, as well as a tiny office environment enclave with built-in bookshelves.
There are a lot of glass doorways in the course of the house that lead to the yard, exactly where thereâ€™s a stone-tiled patio with al fresco eating and longing spaces, a swimming pool, spa and a hearth pit. The house sits on over 9 acres, so itâ€™s ultra-secluded and personal, with plenty of area for entertaining.
Although it doesnâ€™t look that Zellweger has scooped up another California house at the second, sheâ€™s also not transferring in with her new boyfriend, Ant Anstead, both. Even with stories that the actress was going in with Anstead soon after she was photographed toting a several factors into his Laguna Beach abode, it turns out that while theyâ€™re paying heaps of time jointly, they are not officially cohabitating just but.
For now, it seems Zellweger, who formerly owned a amount of houses on the East Coastline, has lightened up her real estate portfolio quite a little bit, nevertheless perÂ Filth, sheâ€™s hanging onto her longtime sprawling, 39-acre Connecticut home, for which she compensated $1.32 million again in 2004.