Kristen Wiig’s Gorgeous LA Home Is For Sale For $2.4 Million

published Mar 23, 2017
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Kristen Wiig is on the move. The actress and comedian has listed her pad in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of LA for $2.395 million.

There’s something strange in the neighborhood—at least there must be for the Ghostbusters star to get rid of this stunning property (and that view!). The 2,719 square foot home has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 2,500 square feet of decks (why yes, that is almost the size of the interior).

With so much outdoor space, the place does indoor/outdoor living at its finest, with a wall of disappearing Fleetwood doors that open from the top level living room, dining room, and kitchen onto a deck, overlooking the San Gabriel mountains. No word on whether Wiig’s fun, colorful furniture or Instagram worthy fiddle leaf fig come with the place.

The second level master suite has a spacious balcony as well, along with a river rock tiled soaking tub. Another bedroom on the second level has an en suite bath comes and with—you guessed it—another balcony. The lower level functions as a spacious family room with a drop-down custom flat-screen TV, groovy wallpaper, another fireplace, murphy bed, and large bathroom.

But back to the outdoors: on the patio off the family room, there’s a fire pit, built-in banquette, oh, and a full outdoor kitchen. And that’s not all— this patio has a lower level, too, with a hot tub and a sauna. There’s also an outdoor steam shower because this is clearly our dream house. How about you don’t sell it, Kristen, and invite us over for the weekend instead?

Wiig bought the home, originally built in 1949, in 2013 for $1.764 million. It’s currently listed for $2.395 million with Maison Real Estate. If you’re in the market (and in LA), there’s actually an open house this Sunday, March 26, according to Zillow.

There’s only one way to sum up how we feel.

(Image credit: NBC via Giphy)

via Trulia