To thin out his stateside real estate portfolio, Australian actor Margot Robbie L.A.’s historic historic Hollywood Heights has been put on the market for about $ 1.2 million in a showbiz pedigree bungalow in the 1950s.
Twice-nominated Oscar-nominated “I, Tonia,” “Bombcell” and “Suicide Squad” franchise star, one of the highest paid actresses in 2012, estimated to have grossed more than 23 million, according to Forbes’ Celebrity Shim Counter. When it was acquired for 525,000, it had an investment of 50 50,950,000 from Oscar-winning filmmaker Dustin Lance Black, according to tax records, almost three years ago.
Coltwal Banker Realty, according to a list by both Albert Sosa and Michael Collins, is obsessed with tree-lined and cobalt window anvils, with apartment-sized homes less than 950 square feet. Since the “Wall Options A Time… Hollywood” star bought, the two-bedroom and one-bath home has undergone extensive renovations. The new paint was scattered inside and out, the hardwood floors were redesigned and a rich body turned brownish brown, and the kitchen was remodeled with cotton-white shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances with glowing and long white tile backsplash and Was. Ceiling cabinets hide a stacked washer and dryer from the floor in the back wall.
Surprisingly, the bedrooms are of average size and with steep opal through the main French door, simply planted and cleverly spread out towards the backyard. The hillside above the house is well marked, with a cozy tree- and tree-framed cross-canyon view at the top.
An in-demand actor with more than half a dozen high-profile projects at various stages of production is impossible, and her husband, English filmmaker Tom Ackerley, has never occupied the property on at least any permanent basis. Not that it was rented almost immediately after the purchase, at first $ 5,000 per month and the couple, who got married about four years ago, had two more favorite L.A. Owned at least two more residences in the neighborhood. In 2017 they spent a little over $ 2.7 million on a newly renovated transitional contemporary home on the lower-key border in the Tony Hancock Park neighborhood, and in 2019 they spilled another মিল 5 million on an off-market contract for a gated Venice las beach compound with multiple structures.