Billie Lourd Has Sold Her Charming Los Angeles Home for $2.8 Million — See Inside!
The Scream Queens actress, who welcomed her first child Kingston Fisher with fiancé Austen Rydell in September 2020, listed her luxury home after three years
After nearly three years, Billie Lourd is saying goodbye to her Los Angeles home.
The 29-year-old Scream Queens and American Horror Story actress has listed her cozy home, located off the city's famed Melrose Boulevard, for just over $2.8 million. She purchased the home for $2.7 million, according to Variety's Dirt.com.
Behind security gates on a small .13-acre lot, the 3,566-square-foot house features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three fireplaces. Described as a "pristine luxury Cape Cod home," it opens up with a double-height sitting room and dining room, connected to the second-floor lounge.
The modern eat-in kitchen includes a large island and is open to the family room. Meanwhile, the main bedroom suite features a marble fireplace, an office/reading nook, a walk-in closet, and a marble bath, paired with a covered balcony facing the yard.
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The backyard of the home highlights a decked loggia with a fireplace, a large concrete patio with a built-in fire pit, and a small swimming pool with an inset spa, all surrounded by tall hedges for privacy.
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The decision to sell her home comes months after the actress began renovating and combining her late mother Carrie Fisher and late grandmother Debbie Reynolds' adjoining homes in hopes of creating a massive $18 million estate for her growing family to move into, according to Vanity Fair.
Reynolds and Fisher were neighbors for several years before their deaths, both in 2016, and the properties are a combined 3.5 acres.