A charming Beverly Hills property, which is currently owned by Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, is back on the open market this month after a short hiatus. The East Coast Traditional-style dates to 1999. It contains five bedrooms and six baths in its 7,351 sq. ft. of interior living space, and sits on a .53 acre lot.
The home’s exteriors are dressed up by fieldstone, a segmented porthole window, and a slightly recessed single-door entry capped by a fanlight window and a neoclassical pediment.
Inside the home, the emphasis is on the familiar, and the living style is comfortingly evocative by way of hardwood wainscoting and dentil molding, fireplaces, and narrow-plank oak flooring. The office’s fireplace’s green marble surround and hearth step make for a particularly fine contrast with the mid-tone wood in the room. The amenities list in this house includes a gym, a wine room and a sauna.
The home’s step-down living room features French doors that open to the patio, but the main living space is the kitchen and family room. In this case, the layout gets a little added complexity by way of a step-up kitchen with balustrades and handrails; the family room sports a fireplace and a recessed floor-to-ceiling set of built-in shelves. The room also features a sunny dayroom with glass on three sides.
Other details that catch the eye: a window seat and a black marble fireplace with a raised hearth in the master, and a covered porch overlooking the pool area—a secluded recreational spot protected by natural privacy walls and enhanced by garden-like landscaping.
Kutcher’s upcoming projects include The Long Home, with James Franco, Josh Hutcherson, Courtney Love, Giancarlo Esposito, and Josh Hartnett, and Vengeance, with B. J. Novak.
Kunis’ upcoming films include Luckiest Girl Alive, with Finn Wittrock, Jennifer Beals, and Connie Britton.