Now that the actor Shia LaBeouf has picked up a posh new pad in Pasadena, CA, he’s ready to shed his longtime Sherman Oaks residence. The “Transformers” star has listed his midcentury modern retreat for $2.25 million, Variety reports.
LaBeouf, 34, purchased the three-bedroom home in 2009 for $1,825,000.
Built in 1958, the home has a 2,463-square-foot layout that features walls of glass, an open floor plan, and exposed beams. The interior includes a sunken living room with a fireplace, and glass doors that access the patio.
The upgraded chef’s kitchen features stainless-steel appliances, a wine fridge, and a center island with a breakfast bar. The kitchen flows into the dining area, which looks out to the backyard.
The luxe master bedroom has a fireplace, walk-in wardrobe, spa tub, and steam shower. One of the other two bedrooms has been transformed into a paneled library, with custom bookshelves.
An office has a built-in desk and shelving, almost a necessity in today’s housing market.
Set on a half-acre, the serene space boasts a pool, spa, sauna, and city and mountain views.
Along with the landscaping, the gated property opens to a two-car carport, and is “very private,” the listing notes.
Meanwhile, LaBoeuf has left the building. The Los Angeles native upgraded to a pricey Pasadena property in early March for $5,475,000. The brand-new home he purchased evokes the area’s 20th-century Mediterranean style, with all the modern amenities.
With over 4,000 square feet, the four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom layout includes a huge kitchen and family room that flows to a patio outside. The main bedroom on the second floor, which can be accessed by elevator, opens to a private balcony.
Outdoor space includes landscaped grounds and an expansive patio area with a kitchen, large dining and entertaining area, and a grassy yard.
The actor and performance artist wrote and starred in the 2019 film “Honey Boy,” which received critical acclaim. His upcoming projects include “The Tax Collector,” “Pieces of a Woman” with Vanessa Kirby, and “Don’t Worry, Darling,” directed by Olivia Wilde.
Nick Small with Rodeo Realty holds the listing.
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