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Emma Stone’s Spanish-Style L.A. Home Is on the Market for $3.9 Million

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Emma Stone’s L.A. Home Is on the MarketRyan Lahiff For Sotheby’s International Realty / ELLE DECOR / Getty Images

Riding on the high of a Golden Globe award, Poor Things actress Emma Stone just listed her charming house in Los Angeles for $3.995 million.

Stone purchased the property for $2.3 million in 2019, records show. The 3,276-square-foot residence sits on 0.15 acres in Comstock Hills, a suburban enclave in the city’s Westwood neighborhood. Originally built in 1926, the home features four bedrooms and four full bathrooms, along with a balcony, fireplace, and charming bathroom complete with a classic, claw-foot tub, per the listing. Views of the city strip are visible from the house’s grassy front yard.

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The living room exudes cottagecore with a colorful edge, featuring lime green ceilings and pink pillow cushions. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty

The 35-year-old actress renovated the residence, building a guest house with its own living room, kitchen, bedroom suite, and laundry room. She also expanded the now eat-in kitchen to give it double-height, vaulted ceilings, a vibrant range, and a unique scalloped hood.

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The recently remodeled kitchen has a surplus of drawers and cabinets that would supply enough storage for the most lofty of cooks. Meanwhile, the blue oven and scalloped hood are as cute as they are useful. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty

The rest of the space’s original architectural details—exposed beamed ceilings, a Spanish-style roof, and a tiled courtyard—remain original to the house, though Stone’s decorating choices leaned into its Spanish vibe with pops of teal and pink upholstered seating, a fearless lime green ceiling, and gallery walls filled with artwork.

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The tiles leading to the front door of this charming Los Angeles house are original to when the home was first built in 1926, according to the listing.Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty

Stone’s real estate portfolio also includes a house in Malibu, purchased in 2018 for $3.25 million, an apartment in Manhattan, bought in 2018 for $3.56 million, and a home in Austin, Texas, that was valued around $4 million in 2021, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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