In addition to being a well-known actress with several accomplishments under her belt, Anna Kendrick also owns a sizable real estate portfolio. The “Pitch Perfect” actress owns a number of properties in the Los Angeles area, with her main property being an opulent mansion she acquired from Muse drummer Dominic Howard roughly two years ago.
The 37-year-old actress, who has also been in numerous other movies like “Twilight,” “Up in the Air,” “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” and “A Simple Favor,” is now assuming the new position of landlord and has placed her more modest Beachwood Canyon mansion on the rental market for $12,950 per month.
The 1930s property, which Kendrick bought for just $1 million roughly 11 years ago, has subsequently undergone a complete renovation and is situated on a wooded lot in the middle of a quiet cul-de-sac. Three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and slightly more than 2,700 square feet of updated living space with hardwood floors, high ceilings, built-ins, and an abundance of natural light are available in the gray, two-story stucco building.
The open-concept main level of the home features a large living room with a floor to ceiling stacked-stone fireplace and two sets of glassy French doors leading out to a covered deck warmed by yet another fireplace, even though the listing states that the home is being offered without furnishings. Two ensuite bedrooms are located elsewhere, and the kitchen has an eat-in island, marble countertops, and stainless steel equipment.
The top floor is accessed by a curved wood staircase, where a charcoal-hued master suite is highlighted by a separate sitting area, walk-in closet, and spa-like bathroom with a floating vanity, soaking tub, and enormous glass-encased shower. An outdoor patio for sitting and dining is located in the grassy, enclosed backyard, and a two-car garage is reached by way of an expansive driveway that is tucked away to the side.