Before moving to Beverly Hills, where she spent her final years in a memorabilia-filled house in Coldwater Canyon, right next to her late and legendary daughter Carrie Fisher, the late and beloved Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds lived in the not-so-before Long time not glorified, but now more popular and expensive Valley Village in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles.
Tax records show that Reynolds bought the suburban property in 1987 for $ 220,000 and, despite moving out more than a decade earlier, owned it until her death in 2016. Her estate didn’t sell the house until the spring of 2019 when it cost $ 1.135 million. After a quick boom, in late summer 2019, the property was sold for nearly $ 1.85 million to Amanda Fuller, best known as the second actress to portray Kristin Baxter on the prime-time sitcom, Last Man Standing, The Multidisciplinary Performer – Husband Matthew Bryan Field. Now, after staying a little over two years, the bi-coastal couple, who also have a residence in New York City, have cleared the three-bedroom, three-bath house of personal items, staged it with generic furniture, and set it up for 2, $ 1 million up for sale.
The property covers nearly a quarter of an acre in a leafy, quiet area and is described in the listings as a “mini 1929 property”. modern conveniences and modern convenience. The floors are planked with imported French white oak, the vaulted ceilings have thick, ebony-stained wooden beams, and the master bedroom has carefully restored antique stained-glass windows. The front door informally opens directly into an open living / dining area, which is anchored at one end by a shaped fireplace at the other through the kitchen with its combination of black and white custom-made cabinets and white, marble-like quartz worktops.
Each of the two guest rooms has direct access to the garden and easy access to two renovated bathrooms. The master bedroom has a cathedral ceiling with exposed beams as well as an elegant bathroom and a spacious walk-in closet behind a sliding barn door. The story goes that Reynolds kept her piano in the turreted seating area of the master bedroom.
The property does not have a garage, but does offer closed off-street parking, while the back yard is designed for casual entertainment with expansive decks, an open-air restaurant-cabana, and a small swimming pool with a sunken spa. According to promotional materials, the beautifully manicured grounds are reminiscent of an English country house garden, including several towering solitary trees, a bowling green and a small lemon garden.
Accommodation is available through Greg Holcomb at Douglas Elliman.