After waiting patiently for three months, Katie Holmes has finally found a buyer for her luxurious Tudor-style contemporary home. The star of the popular horror flick Brahms: The Boy II initially listed the house at $4.625M. As per Los Angeles Times, the house was sold at the lump sum of a little more than $4M.
The Front, The Base, and The Detail
The property is anchored on a half-acre lot, right on a peaceful cul-de-sac. Its main residence includes five bedrooms. On top of that, there’s also an isolated one-bedroom guest casita on the estate. The su main house, which traverses about 6,000 square feet, has darkened wood floorboards that contrast elegantly abreast the dwelling’s bright white walls and French windows.
An arched double-height entrance leads directly to a lofted library that you can access through a set of stairs. Once you turn around a corner, the abode opens onto a magnificent room, which contains the living, dining, and kitchen areas. The living room highlights a large fireplace that goes from floor-to-ceiling. As for the chef’s kitchen, it boasts dark cabinetry, a center island, a peninsula, as well as three ovens.
Interior Settings, Luxury, and Overall Design
Let’s now head on over to the second floor, accessible via a flight of stairs and has an overhead dock that can quickly be transformed into a second living room or lounge area. It has a set of twin French doors leading out onto an alfresco balcony.
Likewise, the master suite has its own private veranda with astonishing canyon views and loads of space. Apart from that, it also has a spa-style marble bath with a deep-soaking bathtub and this big walk-in wardrobe.
The backyard is a stress-free and pleasant place
Notwithstanding all the delights of the house’s interior, though, the backyard is unquestionably a highlight by itself. It has an enormous swimming pool adjoined by a unique concave firepit lounge space at one side and a raised spa on the other.
You’ll also be surprised that the property has a basketball half-court since the Dawson’s Creek star doesn’t really seem like the athletic type. However, they might be a great place for entertaining guests just like the property’s heated, enclosed loggia as well as its rustic kitchen.
Holmes bought the house in 2014 for the price of $3.795M, but it was built back in 2007. Sotheby’s International Realty’s Scott Cort was the property’s listing agent. Meanwhile, Wish Sotheby’s International Realty’s Sharon Rollins represented the purchaser.