Who purchased Rose McGowan’s house during her fund-the-good-fight fire sale? Israeli director Ariel Vromen. The filmmaker picked up McGowan’s Hollywood Hills home for $1.935 million, a fine figure that will support a better cause. Vromen payed $35,000 above the list price.
The Los Angeles-area extend to 3,000 square feet of living space; compact, but with an open-concept living and dining space; the dual-sided stacked stone fireplace in this room, and the industrial staircase, are the outstanding flourishes in the home.
The house dates to the 1960’s. It contains four bedrooms and three baths, a kitchen with custom cabinetry, and a patio with fountain, fire pit, and spa.
Vromen recently directed the 2016 movie “Criminal”; his 2012 film “The Iceman” is already a cult classic.