Sandra Bullock Wants a Speedy Sale at Her West Hollywood Bungalow
Los Angeles haunt Chateau Marmont is known for its many famous patrons and stylish atmosphere. The hotel’s convenient location right on the Sunset Strip surely couldn’t hurt—it’s in the heart of a celeb-infested area of West Hollywood. Ocean’s 8 star, Sandra Bullock just announced that her West Hollywood bungalow is now on the market. The actress scooped up the 3,153-square-foot property back in 2001, just a year after her turn as Gracie Hart in Miss Congeniality, which earned her a large paycheck and gave the world a new outlook for April 25. Bullock spent $1.49 million on this three-bedroom, three-bathroom house, but hasn’t been a resident of the property in quite a while. The actress began renting out the one-story property back in 2015, with asks as high as $18,500 a month. It was listed for $15,000 a month last year, but now she’s ready to call it a day and bid her farewells to the luxurious lot.
The bungalow is on the market for nearly $3 million, and the listing declares it as “priced to sell!” Perhaps to further entice buyers to buy at a quicker pace, Bullock is leaving her mark on the place, as it’s offered fully furnished. The house contains a full office as well as a living room with raised ceilings and a fireplace, while the eat-in kitchen is fitted with an additional fireplace. The bathroom in the master suite has a soaking tub and a steam shower. The pool and spa are surrounded by a stone deck, adjacent to a covered area Bullock transformed into a cabana-like space.
This isn’t the Academy Award-winner’s only residence in West Hollywood, so she can always pop by the neighborhood if she wants—she owns two apartments at Sierra Towers, one of which was put on the market as a fully-furnished, $22,000 a month rental in December last year. In fact, Bullock has amassed a rather large collection of homes over the years. She has a number of properties around Austin, Texas, according to Variety, as well as vacation homes in Jackson Hole and Tybee Island. Then there’s her main $16.2 million Beverly Hills mansion, and the New York townhouse on Sullivan Street she snagged back in 2000. Point being, it’s safe to say Bullock shouldn’t be too devastated by the loss of this Sunset Strip pad from her real estate collection.