Teri Hatcher sure has plenty of reasons to feel “super.” The former Desperate Housewives star just put her three-bed, five-bath home in Studio City up for rent, to the tune of $25,000 per month. Hatcher purchased the beautiful home in 2000 for $1.49 million, back when she was best known as Superman’s number one gal, Lois Lane on Lois & Clark. Of course, who wouldn’t feel like a superhero with an extra $25k in their pocket?
Built in 1962, the mid-century modern-style home measures 4106 square feet. Fully furnished by designers, every detail has been considered throughout the secluded estate. Guests enter through a gated driveway, and are greeted by a welcoming, colorful foyer. Dual-level living rooms create separate spaces for entertaining, lounging or screening your favorite movie. (Don’t miss a glance at that baby grand piano and guitar collection, either.) A cozy library area is ideal for curling up with a good book, while an absolutely beautiful kitchen has rich, green cabinetry and a spacious center island. The expansive master bedroom features a crackling fireplace and seating area, as well as a great desk area to get some work done. The master bath is a luxurious spa-style oasis, complete with mirrored walls, a soaking tub and a TV for watching as you luxuriate. There’s also a home gym, where you can break a sweat in the privacy of your own home.
Ideal for entertaining, the outdoor area is filled with natural wonder right in the middle of Los Angeles. Out back, a stone waterfall leads into a koi pond, set amidst the forest-like trees. There’s a front loaded swimming pool and spa, built-in BBQ, outdoor dining area, and a sprawling grassy lawn with its own playground, perfect for kids or active families. And with beautiful views of the canyons and tree tops, we’re guessing you’ll want to stay much longer than just a month.
Hatcher isn’t the only former resident of Wisteria Lane that has exquisite taste in real estate. Eva Longoria just snagged a $14.5 million estate in Beverly Hills, while Nicollette Sheridan has been known to make a pretty penny on investment properties.
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