Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam knows how to have a good time. Maybe that’s why the up-and-coming British actor snagged this Los Angeles, CA, home for sale from former SiK frontman Tony Clearwater. Located in the uber-ritzy Outpost Estates, the fully restored Mediterranean-style home boasts four bedrooms and four baths and measures 3,250 square feet. In fact, the restoration was so dramatic, it made it all the way to The Wall Street Journal.
Built in 1926, the home includes a step-down living room that transforms into a screening room with a drop-down screen and projector. (That will be perfect for a showing of Charlie’s upcoming role as King Arthur. Here’s hoping he won’t catch as much heat over that performance as he has for taking on the role of a real-life Mexican-American drug lord.) A spacious chef’s kitchen features quartz counters and fully updated appliances.
Originally designed by real estate developer Charles Toberman (known as Mr. Hollywood), the stunning home maintains its traditional Hollywood charm through details like vaulted wood ceilings and plaster crown moldings. The four bedrooms are upstairs, while the three custom bathrooms upstairs are all top of the line — including the master, where a soaking claw-foot tub, rainfall shower, and double sinks create a spa-like ambiance.
The living room and formal dining room flow out to a private yard, which has a black-bottom pool and loggia. There’s also a wine cellar, because of course there is.
Charlie, who moved to Los Angeles when he turned 18, owns another LA pad that he bought back in 2002 for $695,000. The plan always was to buy another property; he told Entertainment Weekly back in 2014 that he had planned to buy a ranch (with chickens!) but lost his cool and pulled out of the deal at the last minute.
Images courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage (via The MLS). The listing agents were Skyler Hynes and Tyson Rocco Pelanconi.