Academy Award winner Emma Stone lists a stunning 1920s Los Angeles home for $4 million

  • Emma Stone has listed her Los Angeles home for sale at an impressive $3.995 million in Comstock Hills, a suburb of Westwood.
  • The actress purchased the 3,276-square-foot home in 2019 with a Spanish touch and vibrant colors and patterns.
  • The Oscar winner chose to maintain original architectural features, including exposed beam ceilings and a tiled courtyard



Less than a week after Emma Stone won the prestigious Golden Globe Award, the Hollywood actress decided to put her Los Angeles home on the market for $3.995 million.

The home was purchased by Stone in 2019 for $2.3 million, meaning the actor will be far from a poor thing if the property finds a buyer.

Located in picturesque Comstock Hills, a suburb within the city's Westwood neighborhood, this 3,276-square-foot home is no ordinary celebrity compound.

The property seems to reflect Stone's signature touch and sees her embracing Spanish style throughout the home, combined with splashes of color and eye-catching patterns from the wallpaper to the ceilings.

Emma Stone has listed her Los Angeles home for sale at an impressive $3.995 million in Comstock Hills, a suburb of Westwood. Pictured is the grassy front yard
Stone put her home up for sale less than a week after winning the prestigious Golden Globe Award. She was photographed at the AFI Awards on Friday night in Los Angeles
The house underwent renovation after purchasing it in 2019. The stone and exposed beam ceilings were retained
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home was built in 1926 and features double-height vaulted ceilings in the kitchen

Stone, 35, who owns property in Austin, Texas, and an apartment in New York City, has been using the home while working in Los Angeles and lives there with her husband, writer-director Dave McCrary, 38, and their daughter Louise, who is nearly three.

She made some significant renovations after purchasing the house five years ago, expanding the kitchen and adding a guest house.

Even then, she made a conscious choice to preserve the home's original architectural details including the charming exposed beam ceiling and tiled patio that add a touch of old-world charm to the residence.

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When it comes to celebrity properties, extravagance often takes center stage, but Stone's decision to keep her home's design authentic is a refreshing departure.

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home was built in 1926 and features double-height vaulted ceilings in the kitchen and a grassy front yard outside.

Stone's decision to keep her home's design authentic is a refreshing departure from the usual celebrity homes that can feel sterile
The property seems to reflect Stone's signature touch with her embrace of Spanish style throughout the home, as well as splashes of color and eye-catching patterns.
The house, built in 1926, has maintained its unique style for nearly a century
The Oscar winner chose to maintain the original architectural features of the flagstone courtyard

The plot comes complete with a separate newly constructed guest house containing a living room, kitchen and bedroom suite with laundry.

The Sotheby's listing indicates that the guest structure can also be set up as a home office.

Listing agent Eric Lavey Sotheby's International Realty He thinks the house won't be on the market for long.

“The sub-$5 million category in Los Angeles, in sought-after locations, is one of the most active markets,” he told The New York Times. Wall Street Journal.

This residence simultaneously feels like a painting, reflecting Stone's personal style and artistic sensibilities in the heart of Los Angeles.

Last year, Stone sold a mid-century home in Malibu for about $4.4 million.

Emma Stone (pictured) plays Bella, a simple-minded adult who lives in the care of a distinguished Scottish surgeon.
The actress has been booked and busy following the huge success of Yorgos Lanthimos's latest film Poor Things.

The actress has been booked and busy following the huge success of Yorgos Lanthimos's latest film Poor Things – which she also produced.

Her iconic turn as Bella Baxter earned her the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the 35th Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards earlier last week, as well as Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture at the Golden Globe Awards.

She is now one of the frontrunners to win Best Actress at the upcoming Academy Awards – which take place on March 10 – where she is competing with Lily Gladstone, Margot Robbie and Carey Mulligan.

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Emma is currently 11/8, according to ScottishCarey Mulligan received a 13/2 for her portrayal of Felicia Montealegre in Maestro.

Margot Robbie received odds of 14/1 for her iconic performance as Barbie, while Greta Leif received 18/1 for her role in romantic drama Past Lives.

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