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Inside Tobey Maguire's Unique L.A. Compound
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A Serial Flipper
Maguire purchased the home only a year ago for $2.675 million and was asking $2.995 million for the three-bedroom three-bath residence. This is not the actor's first foray into house flipping: He and Meyer sold their Brentwood estate for $10.25 million in 2014, less than a year after buying it.
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The property includes multiple structures in a unique mash-up of architectural styles. The original 1920s bungalow faces the street, while a two-story, modern-meets-Spanish-style volume rises behind it. The collection of spaces add up to 2,400 square feet.
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Moving On Up
Maguire worked with architect Ruben Ojeda to renovate the home, according to Trulia. The ceilings throughout were raised to create soaring, light-filled spaces, or in the case of this bedroom, a unique wood-lined barrel vault.
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The kitchen is unusually modest for a recently updated (not to mention movie-star-owned) home. The warm-toned wood cabinetry reads especially mid-century in style when paired with a bright green floor.
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The second-story addition features a modern outdoor living space made of concrete and a wood-trellis roof.
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A Surprise Out Back
A separate, 1,200-square-foot, two-story structure at the rear of the property currently serves as a hang-out space, including a ping-pong table and upstairs lounge. A third outbuilding on the lot houses a gym.
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