Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Daughter Lists Her Luxe L.A. Townhouse

Five years ago, producer Christina Schwarzenegger paid $2.8 million for her very first home: a Mediterranean-influenced townhouse on Los Angeles’s desirable Westside. Now 32, the younger daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver has punted the luxury residence back on to the market, asking just a hair under $3.2 million. Located in the posh Brentwood neighborhood, the 2013-built luxury pad is very private and essentially invisible from the street out front, yet remains just a quick jaunt from an array of top-notch restaurants and shopping.

From the street, a long walkway leads past a locked, camera-watched gate to a peaceful courtyard with an oversized fountain, a couple palm trees, potted plants, and seating area. Inside, the pleasant, casually cool interior decor features mostly neutral shades and was recently updated by a previous owner, lingerie designer Leigh Bantivoglio.

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A fireplace and sets of French doors grace the formal living room, while the dining and family rooms connect to the reasonably spacious kitchen. The typical assortment of high-end stainless Thermador appliances and a textured metal-look backsplash are juxtaposed against the groovy dark hardwood custom cabinetry. Elsewhere downstairs are an office and designer-done powder room.

Christina Schwarzenegger House Los Angeles
The Mediterranean-style townhome was built in 2012 and is walking distance from an array of upscale shopping and dining destinations.

All four of the townhouse’s ensuite bedrooms are located on the upper level, with the master being blessed with dual vanities and a built-in soaking tub in the marble-floored bath. There’s also a fireplace and dual walk-in closets, ideal for a designer wardrobe. An al fresco dining space and attached two car garage complete the property.

Schwarzenegger also made several upgrades and customizations of her own; the listing states “no expense was spared” when it came to luxury features, including a state-of-the-art security system, hual tankless water heaters, a new dual-zone HVAC system, a whole-house water filtration and softening system and a custom surround south system seamlessly integrated with a high-tech home automation system. Also on tap are pricey Serena and Lily wallpaper, custom drapes, and bamboo shades, ideal for at-home privacy and serenity.

Now in their late 20s and early 30s, the Shriver-Schwarzenegger children have begun making serious real estate moves of their own, buying and selling multimillion dollar homes across Los Angeles, from West Hollywood to Santa Monica. Christina’s older sister Katherine and her husband, Hollywood film actor Chris Pratt, currently have their Pacific Palisades mansion on the market, asking $30 million.

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