Eva Longoria is packing up her Hermes ashtrays and moving on!
“I’m leaving my house of 10 years,” she said in a video shared on her Instagram Stories last month. “The whole house is empty. Everything’s packed and everything’s empty.”
Longoria’s California residence was previously packed with the aforementoined designer accessories, china sets, Day of the Dead memorabilia, and “a lot of Jesus.” Her colorful collections are now prepped for their relocation, as her tour of the blank spaces show.
Although the actress admits that, “I’m going to miss this place,” there is one detail she’s openly happy to part ways with.
“I’ll tell you what I’m not going miss are these stairs,” she says of the massive spiral steps. “Every time I get in my car and I forgot my glasses or my phone I’m like, ‘Ugh I gotta go all the way back upstairs to get it.’”
A view of her carpeted master suite shows only the built-in fireplace and a few curtains still on the windows. Her bathroom is also void of any personal touches, leaving only the double vanity and soaking tub for the home’s next owners.
Although she certainly has some equally impressive clothing storage areas at her other Los Angeles-area properties (Variety counts two more homes in Southern California and one in San Antonio), Longoria still stops to reminisce a little about one favorite detail: Her wood-lined walk-in.
“Ugh, I love this closet,” she says.