Vince Vaughn Buys From Kate Bosworth


Vince Vaughn Buys From Kate Bosworth

Los Angeles, CA

Most Known For

Comedic Actor with hits like Swingers, Wedding Crashers and The Break Up

Home Stats

3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2,890 square feet, lap pool



Trulia Property Listing

Vaughn and Kate Bosworth ink a $2.4 million deal.

Celebrity switcheroo!

Vince Vaughn has just been identified as the buyer of Kate Bosworth’s open and airy Los Angeles hideaway. As first revealed by the Real Estalker, property records show that Vaughn is indeed the buyer of Bosworth’s hills spread.

Vince and his wife splashed out $2,375,000 for the three-bedroom, two-and-half-bathroom, 2,890-square-foot Nichols Canyon home, which is a little less than Kate was hoping to get for it (original asking price was $2,499,000), but the blond beauty has by no means sold at a loss to Vince. The Blue Crush actress paid $2,100,000 when she purchased the place in 2005.

Vaughn’s new private pad is set behind a discreet gate that leads you down a long drive to this contemporary home on over half an acre.

The floor plan is open and flowing, with the dining and living areas seamlessly connected. In the heart of the home, a chef’s kitchen features professional appliances and huge windows that overlook the patio and views beyond.

The home’s three bedrooms and two and a half baths include the upstairs master retreat with sitting area, two walk-in closets, spa-like bath with double Carrara marble vanity, and a jetted tub.

French doors lead to multiple outdoor areas, including a lap pool and an outdoor living room with incredible light and canyon views.

Why would Vaughn buy from Bosworth, when he just snapped up two other properties in the last year? To add to his collection, of course! He currently owns a 12,000-square-foot penthouse in the historic Palmolive Building and another smaller apartment in the River North neighborhood of his hometown of Chicago, as well as two Los Angeles–area properties. The first is a $3,925,000 property in La Canada Flintridge, and the second is a Manhattan Beach mansion he bought for $6,447,000 from former University of Southern California football coach Lane Kiffin.