Mandy Moore Buys A Mid-Century Modern Home

Is there any much better way to commemorate a recent Emmy election and off-the-charts tv scores than purchasing a new piece of property? Mandy Moore must believe so, due to the fact that she recently closed on a Harold Zook-designed house for $2.56 million.

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Although the home’s architecture and landscape constructions looks straight out of Palm Springs, the NBC star’s brand-new digs are nestled in the Linda Vista neighbourhood of Pasadena, simply northeast of Downtown Los Angeles.

Back in October, Moore offered her Los Feliz house for practically $3 million. Her new modern surroundings are a plain contrast from the Mediterranean house she as soon as owned, which was worn elegant chandeliers and exposed beams. It seems as though the mid-century inspired appearance is popular amongst Hollywood A-listers, including Katy Perry and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Moore’s single-story home periods 3,551-square-feet, consisting of 3 bedrooms, 3 restrooms and a convertible den. The additional space might come in convenient if she chooses to imitate her on-screen character’s substantial household.

The white-and-green kitchen area features two separate islands, a curved breakfast nook, skylight and integrated wine storage. Close by, a sleek floor fireplace confined by an enormous copper hood separates the living-room and dining room without jeopardizing sight lines.

Large windows create an indoor-outdoor ambiance fitting for the home’s throwback flair. Each main area space provides prime views of the exterior, outfitted in lush green landscaping, lavish pool and pool surrounds and numerous patio areas connected by pathways.

There’s an extra seating area with a retaining wall at the edge of the property where spectacular views of the mountainous and landscape design are hard to beat.

Now might be a great time for the singer-turned-actress to get away the rushed city life for a quieter environment, considering her top-rated program was restored for 2 more seasons back in January.

 

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