Anna Faris sells Nichols Canyon digs for $2.09 million
“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 feet.et. 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.