It appears Colin Farrell wasted no time discovering a brand new pillow after promoting his previous home in Los Feliz. Soil reviews that the Banshees of Inisherin actor bought his Nineteen Twenties Mediterranean villa-style residence of 17 years in an off-market deal for $5.3 million, then signed the deed to a different Nineteen Twenties-built residence close by, a bigger compound in Spanish Revival model, for $5.9 million.
The primary, which the Lobster star spent $4.3 million in 2006, is a 3,938-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath residence on a half-acre lot on a winding hillside road. Photographs and particulars of the property are scarce, however street-facing images reveals a sand-colored stucco exterior tucked behind olive bushes, lined in brown curved roof tiles, and that includes intricate tiling and scrolling wrought-iron detailing on the entrance door. Whereas the road degree opens as much as the highest flooring of the home, the again of the hillside construction provides extra flooring, plus a patio, infinity pool and out of doors kitchen.
Considerably extra particulars concerning the Seduced actors new path are publicly accessible. That home was beforehand owned by Frank Lloyd, a movie director who was one of many authentic founders of the Movement Image Academy. Spanning 5,200 sq. toes with 5 bedrooms and 6 loos, the gated white stucco residence retains a lot of its authentic allure, plus far more out of doors house than Farrell’s newly bought property—and a visitor home and poolside cabana.
The historic residence, which gives views of the ocean and downtown LA, opens right into a small lobby with a stone mosaic flooring and a one-of-a-kind chandelier that seems to be an authentic brass fixture. Deeper in the home is a spacious formal lounge with arched doorways and an authentic fire. Different inside highlights embrace a blue-carpeted movie show, an old-world-style wine cellar, and a main suite with beamed and vaulted wooden ceilings, double loos, and an enormous walk-in closet.