The 'Poor Things' star has put her charming, Spanish-style house, located in L.A.’s Westwood neighborhood, on the market
Emma Stone is saying goodbye to her Los Angeles home!
Stone listed the charming Comstock Hills home, a private and gated property located in L.A.’s Westwood neighborhood, for $3.995 million, PEOPLE confirms.
Fittingly, the star — who just depicted an aspiring HGTV host in The Curse! — recently renovated the Westwood residence, according to the listing, held by agent Eric Lavey of Sotheby’s International Realty's Beverly Hills brokerage.
Originally built in 1926, the newly rejuvenated 3,276 sq. ft. home boasts four bedrooms and four full bathrooms across two stories.
It also features a balcony, fireplace and charming bathroom complete with a classic, claw-foot tub, per the listing.
Photos show the home is far from cookie cutter, outfitted with colorful teal and pink upholstered seating and gallery walls filled with artwork.
Another highlight of the stunning, Spanish-style home is its kitchen. Filled with ample natural light, the room features double-height, vaulted ceilings, a vibrant range and a unique scalloped hood.
Also on the .15-acre L.A. property is a grassy front yard — from which a view of the city strip is visible — and a newly added guest house, per the listing.
Perfect for extended stays, the separate structure includes a living room, kitchen, bedroom suite and laundry.
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The La La Land star first met McCary while filming an episode of Saturday Night Live in December 2016. Stone and McCary's engagement announcement came three years later in December 2019 and featured a photo of them with Stone holding up her engagement ring, a pearl set in a diamond halo.
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