Pitch Perfect co-stars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin just raised a for-sale sign at their 1920s Spanish Colonial cottage, according to Compass. At $2.45 million, the 4-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom listing doesn’t fall within everyone’s ideal price range, but if you’re curious about how to mix early nineteenth-century foundations with modern designs, here’s a peek!
The 3,168 square-foot private and fully-gated dwelling boasts renovated appliances that complement accent pieces reminiscent of an old Spanish Colonial cottage, Compass agents Boni Bryant and Joe Reichling state in their listing. The home, which sits in the Los Feliz neighborhood, is a 10-minute drive from popular Los Angeles attractions like the Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign.
French Door Bliss in this Spanish Colonial Cottage
The master bedroom’s window-covered walls allow the California sun to beam in at every angle. An Aztec-printed rug and iron bed frame adds a Spanish flair to the expansive room. Gaze out the French doors at the sparkling pool and covered patio.
The petite pool area reminds guests that the 1920s property has retained its historic footprint, and the joint pool and spa provides the perfect cool-down area for those warm California months!
While this enlarged bathroom boasts a plethora of modern amenities, the hexagonal tile floors add an updated version of traditional hex floor tiles typically found in homes of this age. The Moorish-style shower tiles compliment the home’s Spanish roots.
Palladian Windows, Yes, Please.
A gold farmhouse-style chandelier lights up the cavernous living room, accenting the gleaming wood floors and tiled mantel fireplace. The arched doorways with Palladian windows let natural light highlight the stark contrast between the white couches and coffee table and the dark brown throw pillows and flooring.
Do you love immersing yourself in a good book? Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves in the oversized family room provide an abundance of space for your favorite novels and accent trinkets. The smooth grey coffee table and boxy white shelves create modern accents among the Spanish-style throw pillows and chandelier.
The renovated eat-in kitchen boasting sleek tiled walls features new cabinetry, a Wolf range, a sub-zero refrigerator and pantry.
When eating with multiple guests, settle in the light and bright formal dining room lit with an intricate chandelier. The china cabinets echo the color and style of the arched doorways in the living room.
A burnt orange canopy and bright green desert plants add a pop of color to the neutral-colored courtyard furniture and stone. The fountain in the corner ties in the early nineteenth-century Spanish feel to the outdoor space.
To read more about this house, visit Compass.com.