Emma Stone’s $4.3 Million Los Angeles Home Is Like Stepping into La La Land

Emma Stone recently sold her Spanish-style Los Angeles home for $4.3 Million. See inside the stunning 1920s-style house.

By Leah Degrazia Mar 04, 2024 11:30 PMTags
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Emma Stone may be the favorite when it comes to stars and their luxurious homes. 

After all, the Poor Things star sold her Los Angeles mansion in February for $4.3 million—a whopping $305,000 over the original asking price, E! News can confirm.

And it's no surprise why the buyer wanted this 3,200 square-foot space super bad. Situated in a quiet, private neighborhood in L.A.'s Westwood area, Emma's gated 1920s Spanish-style home features two stories, four bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as a separate guest house that's complete with its own living room, kitchen, bedroom suite and laundry setup. Additionally, the house includes a front and back yard, with a brick walkway that leads into a peaceful tiled courtyard. 

And the mini-compound's ample space isn't the only feature that deserves an easy A. After all, each room is filled with its own distinct character, including a kitchen with unique double-height vaulted ceilings, a teal stove and scalloped moldings, as well as a master bathroom that's equipped with a luxurious clawfoot tub near a large window with a view. 

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But this isn't the first time Emma—who shares a daughter with husband Dave McCary—has changed residence in the Los Angeles area. The Oscar winner sold her gorgeous midcentury ranch-style house that looked out over Malibu's Las Tunas Beach for $4.4 Million back in 2022—$1.2 million over its initial asking price. The 35-year-old, however, still owns a stylish Texas mansion and a chic New York apartment. 

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Keep reading to take a peek inside the La La Land actress' former L.A. home. 

Taste of Teal

Emma Stone's Spanish-style home, which comes equipped with a kitchen complete with double-height vaulted ceilings and a teal stove, sold for $4.3 million in February 2024. 

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Located in Los Angeles' Westwood area, the home features bright green tiled ceilings in the spacious living room. 

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Complete with a teal couch, the eclectic sitting room includes an adorable gallery of dog-themed paintings. 

Sunny Side Only

Emma and husband Dave McCary could step outside of the 3,200-square-foot home's comfy sitting room and into a gorgeous tiled courtyard. 

Bathroom With a View

Near a large, paneled window, a clawfoot tub adds a vintage feel to the master bathroom. 

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