Anna Faris sells Ni­chols Canyon digs for $2.09 mil­lion

Variety - - Contents - Mark David The Real Estalker

“Mom” star Anna Faris has sold her for­mer home in the Ni­chols Canyon area of Los An­ge­le­san­ge­les for­for $2.09 mil­lion, sub­stan­tially less than its orig­i­nal $2.5 mil­lion ask­ing price. Faris, who ap­pearedap­peared in the pop­u­lar early-2000s “Scary Movie” fran­chise and was re­cently seen on the sil­verer screen­screen inin sleeper hit “Over­board,” a re­make of the iconic 1980s com­edy, pur­chased the prop­er­tyty inin late­late 20052005 for a tetch less than $2 mil­lion and shared it with her first hus­band, ac­tor Ben In­dra, an­dand then­then her­her sec­ond hus­band, sit­com ac­tor-turned-ac­tion pic star Chris Pratt.

Tucked into a se­cluded cul- de-sac on two street-to-street parcels thathat to­geth-to­gether span nearly an acre of mostly hill­side land, the sin­gle-story, 1950s ranch-ranch-stylestyle res­i­dence has three bed­rooms and 2.5 bath­rooms in 2,563 square With­with aa chunky fire­place and lus­trous, honey-toned hard­wood floors that runn through­out­through­out the house, the com­bi­na­tion liv­ing and din­ing room opens through a wall­wall ofof wood-woodtrimmed floor-to-ceil­ing pic­ture win­dows to a la­goon-style swim­mingng poolpool an­dand

flag­stone-paved ter­race sur­rounded by trop­i­cal plant­ings. Up­graded with up-to- date ap­pli­ances and loads of stor­age, the kitchen in­cludes a break­fast area with glass slid­ers to a small ter­race per­fect for a bar­be­cue. Both guest bed­rooms open to se­cluded pa­tios, as does the mas­ter suite, which also of­fers a wall of clos­ets and what mar­ket­ing ma­te­ri­als de­scribe as “an in­dul­gent ho­tel spa-style bath” with steam shower. A rail­road-tie stair­case climbs the steep and planted hill­side be­hind swim­ming pool and house to a pic­turesque, partly flag­stone-paved plateau with fire pit, bocce ball court and through-the-trees canyon and city-lights view.

The year after they had a baby in 2012, Faris and Pratt up­graded to a larger, ap­prox­i­mately 4,300-square-foot Mediter­ranean res­i­dence al­most di­rectly across the street that they scooped up in early 2013 for $3.3 mil­lion from Live Na­tion En­ter­tain­ment pres­i­dent and CEO Michael Rapino.

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