Bradley Cooper has listed his L.A. bungalow for $2.4 million
A-list actor Bradley Cooper has offered his pleasantly picturesque retreat in the Los Angeles area of Venice for $2.4 million after nearly two decades as a resident.
According to property records, the Oscar-nominated actor paid little under $1.2 million for the 1920s cottage in 2004.
Because of its rich landscape, the two-bedroom property is highly private, which is a top-priority feature for celebrities.
Inside, the natural aesthetic continues. Mr. Cooper, 48, designed the room alongside interior designer Santillana de Chanaleilles, who used reclaimed wood ceilings and concrete floors.
Compass listing agent Diana Braun stated in an emailed statement, “This residence is unique.” Last week, the property was advertised for sale.
Indoor/outdoor living is prevalent throughout classic California design.
French doors open to the outside and flood the home with natural light, particularly in the central living, dining, and kitchen room, which includes an expansive concrete breakfast bar and a fireplace.
Access to the outdoors is provided by a glass wall that leads to the garden in the main bedroom suite. Additional highlights include a cathedral ceiling, a spa-like bathroom with terracotta tiles, a shower with a black metal frame, and a clawfoot tub.
Ms. Braun emphasized the home’s outside features, which include a fire pit, a hot tub, and an outdoor sitting area, as the perfect location for people who value the California beach lifestyle.
A detached structure at the back of the yard is described in the ad as “the ideal bonus room for an office, home gym, or living space.”
The actor, whose filmography includes “The Hangover,” “Silver Linings Playbook,” and “A Star Is Born,” did not immediately respond to a request for comment.