Olivia Wilde's Venice Home For $3.1 Million
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Via Realtor.com: Earlier this year, actress Olivia Wilde filed for divorce from filmmaker Tao Ruspoli, her husband of eight years. At the time, the "House, M.D." regular had recently released the movie "Tron: Legacy" and was filming "Cowboys & Aliens" (to be released this summer).
Wilde is letting go of the Venice home she and her husband bought in January 2010. The three bedroom, three bathroom home was put on the market for $3.095 million in March. RealEstalker notes that, "After just two days on the open market, the status of the listing on Redfin was changed from 'active' to 'pending.' That's right, hunnies, this house had a deal within days." According to the official listing, the home was recently renovated to add handcrafted mesquite counters and white oak cabinetry. The living room has wood-beamed ceilings and the backyard has been transformed into a stunning outdoor entertainment space by Jay Griffith, a Venice landscape designer who's worked on homes by architects Wallace Neff, Richard Neutra, and Paul Williams.
And while the property is described as "gated and extremely private," the home is in walking distance to Abbot Kinney, a funky shopping and art neighborhood. For foodies, that means restaurants like Gjelina, Tasting Kitchen, and the Kogi Taco truck stop at The Brig.
Photos courtesy of the listing at Realtor.com.