After waiting patiently for three months, Katie Holmes has finally acquired a buyer for her luxurious Tudor, the actress of the popular horror movie, The Boy II, listed the house originally at $4.625 million. According to reports, the house was initially sold at the lump sum of a little more than $4 million.
The front, the base, and the detail!
The house is built on a quiet and cozy street while covering an area of half-acre. The central home comprises of five bedrooms, while one can notice the presence of a separate one-bedroom guest wooden cabin on the property.
The central portion of the place is exposed by the sun on a broader scale and boasts about an area of 6,000 square feet. The central part of the house has dark wooden floors, which make it a delight to look at with bright walls and French styled windows.
Interior Settings, Luxury, and the design
A double-sided pathway leads to a lofted library upstairs. Just at the corner, there are finely divided living, dining, and kitchen rooms. There is a massive fireplace present in the living room, which is the height from the floor to the roof.
The cabinets of the kitchen are of dark color and give a very sleek look of the kitchen. The designer put a lot of effort while designing the kitchen, as the kitchen carries three full-size ovens.
While climbing up on the stairs, one can see that the upper floor can be used as a lounge or the second living space with french made double doors that open up to a balcony. There is also a master suite with a separate gallery. The master suite is very roomy and contains a marble-tiled bathroom with a deep soaking tub and a huge closet.
The backyard is a stress-free and pleasant place
The backyard also has its own charm with a swimming pool and a deep sunken fire pit. One can really enjoy the vacations while staying at this home while enjoying all the luxuries packed into this Tudor.
The other entertaining spaces include an elevated spa, an outdoor kitchen, and a basketball half-court. Holmes originally bought the home for $3.795 million in 2014. Considering all the aspects, the asking price was quite okay. With all the charm and luxury, the new owner must be happy with the purchase agreement.