Not surprisingly, actor Daniel Gillies (“Vampire Diary,” The Originals)) and his estranged wife, “She’s All That” star Rachel Leigh Cook, put their upgrade to Los Angeles for সাথে 4.785 million, asking for 4.785 million. The long-term couple split last summer after nearly 2.45 million in payments for the property in early 2016. And the framework of the recently completed an extensive restoration was made.
This list, which does not create any privacy of celebrity ownership of the home, also considers it a “legacy of Hollywood history”. Gilly and Cook bought the property from Ruth Underwood, a retired musician of famed Jappa fame, and a quick dive into the records suggests that Sally Field, an Academy Award winner in the 1990s, and her then-husband, Alan Grisman, also owned a former star.
Originally built in 1923, the vaguely tumor-style expansion was completely modernized in 2019 by Gilly and Cook, with the help of luxury designer Christopher Architecture & Interior’s Chris Rebels. The fully refurbished space now looks like a shelter magazine ready and includes a livable open floor plan with wide plank floors, a huge size pantry flooded in each room with plenty of natural light, and a decaying dining kitchen with designer equipment.
Some of the other standout features of the house include a downstairs powder room with a vibrant wallpaper featuring a bunch of wild flowers against a violet background. There is a downstairs study with custom built-in, and the upper Master Retreat has a private balcony, two boutique-style dressing rooms and a visually stunning bathroom with steam shower and bispoke finish.
The generous .39-acre space is effectively cleared of any traces of neighbors by a true forest of mature trees, as well as a swimming pool and swampy isolated guesthouse, as well as a children’s play area providing swings and a jungle gym.
Privacy is ubiquitous here, and the mini-estate is located at the far end of an isolated Cool-D-Sack, with a dilapidated house behind a huge gate and invisible s to pedestrians for extra peace of mind, there’s an “industrial security system state” and expensive Lutheran smart There is home automation.
Stephanie Vitako of Keller Williams holds this list.