Debbie Reynolds’ former cottage-style home in LA’s San Fernando Valley is up for sale for $2.1 million
A house formerly owned by the late Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds is up for sale.
The 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom cottage-style home in the Valley Village neighborhood of San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, which was purchased by Reynolds in 1987 for $220,000, is rumored to be on the market for $2.1 million. The earth.
Reynolds’ estate sold the property in the spring of 2019, two and a half years after her death, for $1.113 million, and after some upgrades, it was sold again just months later for about $1.85 million to actors Amanda Fuller and husband Matthew Bryan Feld.
For Sale: A home previously owned by Debbie Reynolds is for sale for $2.1 million
Longtime Ownership: The late Hollywood icon, who passed away in December 2016, bought the 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom cottage-style home in 1987 for $220,000; her estate sold the property in the spring of 2019 for $1.113 million
Fuller, who is best known for her roles in Orange Is The New Black and Last Man Standing, and Feld mentioned Douglas Elliman’s house with Greg Holcomb.
Described as a 1929 mini estate with a 0.21 acre lot, the 2,093 square foot home has a brick exterior and open kitchen, living and dining rooms with wide plank hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams.
The front door opens directly into an open plan living room dining room with a carved fireplace at one end and the kitchen at the other.
It has black and white custom cabinetry and white and marble-like quartz countertops, while blending vintage charm with up-to-date amenities.
Beautiful: The house has living and dining rooms with wide-plank hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams
Direct: The front door opens directly into an open-plan living-dining room
Open feeling: on one side there is a carved fireplace and on the other side the kitchen
The master bedroom is connected to a sitting room, where Reynolds reportedly kept her piano, according to The Dirt. The suite also has a walk-in closet and an attached bathroom with a shower-tub combination.
One of the advantages of the property: all three bedrooms have direct access to the garden and there is an outside seating area around a fire pit.
The backyard also has a pool with a built-in Jacuzzi and a cabana with a covered dining area and bar.
The property does not have a garage but does offer gated off street parking.
Sweet touches: The master bedroom is connected to a sitting room, where Reynolds is said to have kept her piano for many years
Open Air: The 2093-square-foot house is described as a 1929 mini-estate with a 0.21 hectare plot
The layout: The suite has a walk-in closet and an adjoining bathroom with shower and bathtub
Current owners: Actors Amanda Fuller and husband Matthew Bryan Feld have owned the property since they bought it in late summer 2019 for approximately $1.85 million
Reynolds reportedly lived in the house from when she bought it in 1987 until 2001.
She continued to own the property for the last 15 years of her life, but chose to move to Beverly Hills to live next door to her daughter, Carrie Fisher.
The Star Wars star died on December 27, 2016 at the age of 60, a day before her mother’s death.
Pros: The backyard also has a pool with a built-in Jacuzzi and a cabana with a covered dining area and bar
Outdoor Fun: There is also a seating area around a fire pit in the backyard by the pool
Built in 1929: the exterior of the cottage-style house is of brick
History: Reynolds lived in the Valley Village home from the time she bought it in 1987, but moved to Beverly Hills in 2001 to live next door to her daughter, Star Wars star Carrie Fisher