Architectural Digest reports that “Twilight” star Kristen Stewart just purchased a home in Los Angeles that has four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, and cost a total of $6 mιllιon.
The 1927 Mediterranean renaissance mansion in the Los Feliz district has classic red-tiled roofing, arched entryway, lantern lighting, and floors made of both oak wood and tile.
The ivory walls are contrasted with dark oak ceiling beams and wrought-iron chandeliers, according to the ad.
The living room of the house has a black tile fireplace. It, like the adjacent dining room, has French doors that lead to a covered porch. The home’s deep-brown color palette, however, is balanced with red tile highlights, an abundance of plants, and grayish-green trim.
The “Charlie’s Angels” and “Twilight” veteran also owns a second Los Feliz residence, a $9.5 mιllιon Malibu residence, and a $5.6 mιllιon New York City apartment.
Princess Diana will be portrayed by the 30-year-old in Pablo Larran’s “Spencer.” Her most recent film was “Happiest Season,” a holiday rom-com on Hulu, for which she purportedly received COVID-19 in February 2020.
According to LA property records, the family room leads onto the 0.3-acre site, which has tall palm trees, a planted garden, and a saltwater pool that was installed in 1996.
According to Sotheby’s, the property features an adjacent guest house that was converted from a garage into a residence with the same Mediterranean architecture.
The kitchen makes extensive use of this burst of color by surrounding the double oven, double burner, double refrigerator, and black kitchen island with green cabinets.
Stewart’s suite of bedrooms has white ceiling beams, arched bookcases built into the walls, and a cheerful sitting area. In addition to these features, the suite has two walk-in wardrobes, a pale-blue bathroom, and French doors that lead to a balcony.
It is unknown if they reside together, but she was recently linked to screenwriter Dylan Meyer, and in 2019 she announced her intention to marry him.
Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand & Associates and Richard Yohon of Sotheby’s International Realty held the listing.