Emma Stone’s Charming L.A. Bungalow Sells in a Bidding War for $4.3 Million

Emma Stone’s Charming L.A. Bungalow Sells in a Bidding War for $4.3 Million

  • Robb Report
  • 02/28/24

In Los Angeles, Emma Stone has continued a winning streak that started when she nabbed a recent Golden Globe award for her performance in the movie Poor Things. Barely a month after she hoisted her Spanish-style bungalow in the Comstock Hills area of Westwood on the market for just under $4 million, the A-list actress has already handed the keys over to a new owner.

Resting beyond a brick walkway that opens into the original tiled courtyard via a sage-green door, the creamy stucco and terracotta-roof structure was built in the 1920s and extensively updated during Stone’s tenure. Inside, four bedrooms and four bathrooms are spread across a little more than 3,200 square feet of colorful living space boasting era-appropriate wood-beam ceilings and wide arched doorways.

Highlights include an entry foyer displaying a curving iron-railed staircase, which flows to a sunken fireside living room sporting built-in shelving and French doors spilling outside. There’s also a formal dining area, plus a sitting room that connects to an eat-in kitchen outfitted with all-white wood cabinetry, a turquoise-hued range and farmhouse sink.

Elsewhere is a primary bedroom that has a stylish bath equipped with a vanity holding a sink and dressing area, along with a vintage clawfoot soaking tub and separate walk-in shower; and topping it all off is a one-bedroom guesthouse with its own kitchen and living room, plus a gated driveway out front.

Guy Levy and Linda May of Carolwood Estates repped the buyer. The listing was held by Eric Lavey of Sotheby’s International Realty.


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