Bradley Cooper Lists Secluded Southern California Bungalow for $2.4 Million
The Oscar-nominated actor’s first L.A. residence, which features interiors by Santillana de Chanaleilles, is hitting the market for the first time in 20 years
Bradley Cooper is officially moving onto the next chapter as he parts ways with his first-ever Los Angeles home. The Oscar-nominated actor first acquired the Venice Beach property back in 2004 for around $1.2 million. Now, after nearly 20 years and a number of thoughtful renovations, the home has hit the market for $2.4 million.
Listed with Diana Braun of Compass Real Estate, the charming home offers ultimate seclusion while boasting two tasteful bedrooms and impressive amenities. To bring in contemporary touches and a classic California indoor-outdoor living style to the home, Cooper worked with interior designer Santillana de Chanaleilles, who incorporated reclaimed-wood ceilings and concrete floors.
Surrounded by a bounty of lush landscaping and walls wrapped in romantic wisteria, the backyard oasis features any amenity imaginable to host the perfect evening, including its own fire pit, built-in barbecue, dining area, and hot tub. Large French doors lead to the open kitchen and living area. On the top floor, the primary bedroom opens to its own private outdoor garden and boasts a spa-like bathroom ensuite that comes with a black metal-framed shower and luxurious clawfoot bathtub surrounded by terra cotta tile.
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