By LILY TINOCO | Reporter
Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt and her husband Brian Hallisay recently joined Pacific Palisades with a $6 million property located in El Medio Bluffs.
The Cape Cod-style home was first put on the market in September for approximately $6.5 million, according to Variety. It sold on March 13.
The newly constructed, two-story residence has six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms over approximately 6,300 square feet—leaving plenty of room for the couple and their two children.
The home, built by Hampton Estate Homes and designed by Clark Remington, boasts high ceilings and charming architectural details, including European oak floorboards, French doors and custom millwork.
The gourmet kitchen, complete with stainless steel and professional-grade appliances, also has a climate-controlled wine closet. An adjacent family room opens to a spacious outdoor patio and grassy backyard with a pool, spa and built-in barbecue.
The home includes a few modern luxuries as well, such as a home theater, smart home system and whole-house audio system. The home theater features a wet bar and candy counter, and does not have any windows.
All five guest bedrooms of the home are en suite with white, wooden cabinetry and marble countertops. The master bedroom has amenities of its own, with a private deck, fireplace and stunning master bath. The large master bath has marble countertops, separate sinks alongside a vanity set-up and walk-in closet.
The home features floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of textures, from moldings to wooden inlays—but the highlight of the property is undoubtedly its roof-top terrace that offers surrounding mountain views.
The property was listed by Marek Swiderski of Sotheby’s International Realty, while the couple was repped by Stamatia Karakasidis with Rodeo Realty.
Hewitt and Hallisay previously owned another residence in the Palisades in 2013, which they snagged for $3.25 million. The previous home was built in 2007, with four bedrooms and 5,634 square feet.
Hewitt currently stars in FOX television’s “9-1-1”.
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