Katharine McPhee sells her Spanish-style house in Los Angeles
Singer and actress Katharine Foster (née McPhee), is selling her Spanish-style home, located in the popular Hollywood Hills neighborhood of California. The property hit the market for $2.695 million.
Katharine, whom you may know american idolbought the house for $2 million in the summer of 2017. The house was originally built for silent film star Agnes Ayres in the 1930s and taps into one of the biggest design trends of the moment – spanifornia.
His four-bedroom, four-bathroom residence is an undeniably unique offering in the Los Angeles real estate market, with an impressive stone turret taking center stage in the middle of the house.
At the entrance of the 3,572 sq.ft. mansion is an imposing Gothic-style front door, opening into the light and airy entrance paved with elegant white tiles.
Delve further into the house and you’ll find the living space equally light and bright, accented by high gray wood paneled ceilings – the epitome of modern decorating ideas. Along with the striking ceiling, the room is complemented by a whitewashed stone fireplace that runs the length of the space.
Beyond the living room is a spacious dining room with wood paneled ceilings, opening onto a spacious balcony overlooking the home’s 0.29 acre lot.
A sleek white kitchen-style kitchen completes the second level of this three-story home. The room has been outfitted with on-trend quartz marble countertops, deluxe Viking appliances, a wine fridge, and custom cabinetry, making it the perfect room for any seasoned user. or novice cook.
At the end of the kitchen you will also find a cozy and sunny dining area, surrounded by vertical windows allowing LA light to flood in.
The four bedrooms have all been finished with rustic parquet flooring, with the two on the upper level – at the front and rear of the house – enjoying adjoining balconies.
The master bathroom has been finished in a shimmering white marble, with two smaller skylights giving McPhee’s former residence a real storybook feel.
The properties’ Spanish-style origins shine through with the use of multi-coloured mosaic tiles on the staircase and curved archways leading to all upper rooms.
They can also be seen in the large back garden of this Studio City property.
This property is listed with Fred Thomas of The agency (opens in a new tab) and Kelly Viavattine of NDA Real Estate.