Robert Pattinson has quietly sold his old Hills home in Los Angeles – Rob reports
It was never officially put on the market, but records now reveal that Robert Pattinson surreptitiously sold his old home in Los Angeles. It was scattered away high in the Hollywood Hills and acquired by a corporation Batman And twilight About nine years ago for about $2.2 million, the house moved in an all-cash deal for exactly $3 million.
Records also indicate that the buyer is not a Hollywood celebrity, but rather an LLC linked to Frank Buckley, a financier and executive at the $9 billion hedge fund Marlin Equity Partners, which is headquartered in the Hermosa Beach neighborhood of California.
Of course, it’s not entirely surprising that Pattinson is in the mood to leave his bachelor pad. It was recently confirmed that the 37-year-old Briton is expecting his first child with long-term partner Suki Waterhouse, and the couple also recently acquired a larger home elsewhere in the hills. Back in the summer of 2022, Pattinson paid $5.3 million for a gated estate previously owned by Grammy Award-winning musician Beck.
Since Pattinson’s just-sold Los Angeles home was not publicly marketed for sale, it’s not clear what changes and upgrades the actor made during his nearly decade-long ownership. But aerial views reveal that the exterior of the property has not changed noticeably from years past, with a massive driveway gate protecting the property from prying eyes.
Built in the 1950s and privately located behind another house down a long red brick driveway, the one-story ranch has just two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is 1,940 square feet.
Inside, rustic terracotta tile floors run throughout the interconnected living spaces, while flooring transitions to hardwood in the bedrooms. Highlights include a spacious living room with multiple French doors opening onto the tree-shaded gardens, while double arches flank a double-sided fireplace and lead to a kitchen illuminated by a wood-beamed vaulted ceiling and luxury stainless appliances. Both bedrooms have custom built-in closets and direct access to outdoor lounging areas; Both bathrooms have arched and tiled showers, with the entry bath done in cobalt blue and the master bath in a cheerful celery green.
A brick verandah runs the length of the interior facade of the corner dwelling. Although the courtyard is fairly small, it is also remarkably private and includes a lawn area, a kidney-shaped pool, and views of the rugged surrounding canyons. Courtyard areas around the side and back of the residence include several terraces and a secluded spa set in a brick terrace tightly surrounded by tall hedges for celebrity-style privacy. There is also an attached garage for two cars.