In 2014 Jessica Lawrence purchased this gorgeous property for $8,225,000. This home once belonged to Jessica Simpson.
Other than the lovely design inside and out, the notable feature is the privacy. The entire estate is walled, obviously a feature A-list celebs like Jennifer Lawrence need.
Being the highest paid female movie star in 2016, it’s no surprise she can spend over $8,000,000 on a Beverly Hills home. As her paychecks increase, so too does her net worth, which topped $110 million in 2016. Pretty soon she’ll be able to afford her own private jet, which is a toy many A-listers buy. Who can blame them when they need to travel so extensively.
Her growing filmography is impressive and includes a Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Silver Linings Playbook in 2013.
She shot to stardom with her leading role in the Hunger Games franchise (great movie BTW). From then it’s been nothing but successful movie after successful movie.
What I like about this home:
- Privacy and lush setting
- Living room
Interestingly, Jessica Simpson once owned this home. She sold it for $6.4 million in 2013. That buyer sold it to Jennifer Lawrence, pocketing nearly $2 million in profit (less the sizable transaction fees these properties cost such as realtor fees, etc.).
Cozy lighted patio makes for a perfect setting for quiet outdoor dinners. The lights really dress up the atmosphere.
Not a huge pool, but it’s nicely secluded and you have to admit the setting is simply breathtaking.
For me, it’s hard not to love homes with ivy.
Check out the private backyard surrounded by trees with gorgeous landscaping leading to a swimming pool.
The home features a chef’s kitchen in a wide galley layout with large butcher block island in the center. Check out that double stainless steel stove and oven plus a double wall oven. You could do some serious cooking in there.
The living room is one of my favorite rooms in this home. I love the juxtaposition of the dark wood floor with the white furniture, walls and ceiling. The chandeliers sparkle.
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