The legendary Hollywood star seems to have some serious real estate skills.
With his diverse resume, actor Alfred Molina can clearly act in any type of film. But the versatile actor, known for diverse roles ranging from Boogie Nights opposite Mark Wahlberg to Spiderman 2 with Tobey Maguire, seems to have some serious real estate savvy too. He just listed his five-bed, five-bath home in the historic Sunset Square neighborhood of West Hollywood, CA for a cool $2.95 million. But that price tag will seem all the cooler when you hear this: He bought the home back in 1995, for just $565,000. That means Molina is set to make well over $2 million on the sale, if manages to fetch anywhere near his asking price. Now that’s a good investment!
Tucked away on a tree-lined street, the 3755-square-foot, Traditional-style home is as elegant and stylish as it gets. Extremely welcoming with lush trees and oversized succulents up the front walkway, guests step inside to a regal formal living room. A sun-filled staircase cascades upward to the top floor, where there are three bedrooms, as well as two sizable walk-in closets and two luxurious, full baths. Downstairs, a grand, Italian-style kitchen will have any aspiring chef eager to cook up a meal. That space opens out to a formal dining room, ideal for entertaining guests. A Renaissance-inspired library and a large den, which could also be converted into another bedroom, provide plenty of space for an active family, while a bright sun room offers a place to sit back and relax.
In true Hollywood form, the estate comes with a guest house in back. There’s a a warm and airy office that could easily function as an art studio, as well as an upstairs suite with a full bath, kitchen area, and a beautiful private terrace. With stunning stone patios, verandas, and balconies, the home embodies the essence of luxurious California living.