Real Estate

The Hollywood Hills home that once belonged to actress Emily Blunt and her husband, actor John Krasinski, is back on the market for $6 million. The couple bought the 3,657-square-foot Hollywood Hills home in 2014 for $2.57 million and spent the next two years adding their own unique style to the four-bedroom home.

Located above Mulholland Drive at the end of a private cul-de-sac and hidden behind tall trees, the home was built in 1965 but looks showroom new. On over a one-third-acre double lot, the lush yard includes a huge partially covered flagstone patio, a fountain and extensive landscape lighting, a gazebo, saltwater pool, a lush, green carpet of grass, topiaries, and views of the mountains, canyon and city skyline. Most exceptional are the large-leafy oak and olive trees, some of which appear to pre-date the 58-year-old home.

The inside of the home is just as inviting as the outside with glass walls throughout and motorized skylights and retractable blinds to bring in the bright Southern California sunshine. A brilliant foyer leads into the timeless open-concept floorplan with hardwood floors throughout. The recessed living room with a gas fireplace and beamed ceiling, and dining room replicate the outside views.

There is also a courtyard, indoor/outdoor speakers, closed-circuit cameras, a study, and a chef’s kitchen with custom cabinets, colorful island, Subzero refrigerator and wine fridge, Wolf range and double Miele dishwasher. There are four bathrooms, including a marble-clad en-suite bath with soaking tub and steam shower.

Hollywood Hills is the ideal location for both visitors and locals near the film studios, Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive, the Los Angeles Zoo, and Griffith Park. Celebrities who currently reside or have resided in the Hills include Katy Perry, Kevin Costner, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Timberlake, according to The listing agent is Ruben Perez of Compass.

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