On the market for just four days, the primo property has already found interest with a buyer. It’s now pending sale.
The picturesque pad was purchased for $2,125,000 in 2006, so the actress will potentially come in for quite a windfall.
Rossum and her husband, director Sam Esmail, recently welcomed a child. That may mean they are looking to expand their living quarters. However, they’ll vacate quite a distinctive domicile.
At the end of a cul-de-sac, the large lot is set in parklike grounds.
Built in the Hollywood Regency style in 1964, the floor plan offers 3,621 square feet, four bedrooms, and 3.5 bathrooms.
From a gated courtyard, the single-story space features hardwood floors, indoor-outdoor flow, as well as light and bright spaces.
The updated kitchen occasionally serves as the backdrop for Rossum’s Instagram account. Take in the Carrara marble countertops, a waterfall cooktop island, gray-toned cabinetry, and premium appliances.
Multiple glass doors throughout the home lead to the outdoor space. The landscaped yard is truly tranquil, with a grassy lawn, rose bushes, and a heated pool surrounded by a slate patio.
In addition, the property features separate guest quarters that could also work as a home office or gym.
Plus, the two-car garage comes with a Tesla charging station.
Previously, the New York–born star owned a Manhattan pied-a-terre she had renovated, and then sold in 2017 for $1.1 million, according to Architectural Digest.
Rossum made a name for herself after appearing in the movies “Phantom of the Opera” and “Mystic River.” More recently, she’s appeared in the TV series “Shameless,” and she is now starring in the TV miniseries “Angelyne.”
Kaitlyn D Olson with Compass holds the listing.