It appears actress Alexandra Daddario has been tickled by a case of the real estate fickles. The Emmy-nominated cast member of The White Lotus — HBO’s new satire — is selling the 1927-built Los Angeles villa she picked up about fifteen months ago for $7.595 million…or, hopefully, thereabouts.
The 4,910 sq. ft. Tuscan-inspired Hancock Park two-level contains five bedrooms six baths across its two levels of interior living area. Daddario may have updated the place during her quickie ownership tenure; the listing advises that the house has been ‘reinterpreted for the 21st century.’ A look inside the home reveals that the original French countryside interior elements are occasionally in full bloom, with the kitchen’s use of tongue-and-groove and azure aligning particularly neatly with the spirit of the original structure.
Other elements at work in the indoor living spaces include recessed built-in shelving, plank oak floors, beamed ceilings, fireplaces, French doors, and the odd concept skylight panel. The .3 acres of outdoor living area is defined by a splendid progression, and shows off a number of living spaces and a lap pool amid hedgerows, lawns, planters, and an indoor living spot and cushioned alcove reading nook.
Daddario’s upcoming projects include supernatural horror series Mayfair Witches.