Jodie Foster is selling her long-time home after living in the residence since 1997. The Oscar-winning actress has listed the 6,000 square foot house for $6,399,000. The home shares a co-listing with real estate agent David Kramer.
Foster’s 6,000 square-foot home sits on a quarter-acre lot located on Flicker Way, one of Hollywood Hills‘ most famous streets.
The homes buyer will share the street with various celebrities of past and present including billionaire heiress Megan Ellison, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Aniston, and Christina Aguilera, among others.
The Hollywood Reporter says the neighborhood features a “tight-knit” community that meets a few times each year via its Doheny Dining Club.
So what does the buyer get for $6.4 million? The home, according to the Wall Street Journal, features 6,000 square-feet in a Spanish villa style. The home offers four bedrooms, six bathrooms, an office, and an attached guest suite. The home was built in 1935 and underwent some upgrades.
The home also features a screening/family room, a sun-filled atrium, and a center-island kitchen that offers a Viking stove.
Before Jodie Foster owned the home, it was the residence of supermodel Cheryl Tiegs.
Jodie Foster is one of Hollywood’s most private actresses, which explains why they property is listed as “the perfect refuge for those seeking the ultimate in privacy, security and style.” The home is even called “sheltered” in two different parts of the listening.
The home features a two-car garage ,which is even accessible from a rear-entrance way, thus ensuring further privacy for the homes future buyer.
The listing was placed just ahead of Jodie Fosters new movie Elysium hitting theaters on August 9. Foster stars in the movie with Matt Damon. The film is directed by District 9 mastermind Neill Blomkamp.
Here are some photos of Jodie Foster’s currently for sale home:
Jodie Foster Selling Long-Time Home For $6.4 Million
With home sales leveling out a bit, it will be interesting to see if Jodie Foster sells her home for the $6.4 million asking price.