The Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley just dropped $2 million on a four-bed, three-and-a-half-bath modern spread in the Studio City hills. The 3,240-square-foot home will be the perfect bachelor pad for the CW hunk, who recently filmed his final scenes for the hit show with his soon-to-be ex-costar Nina Dobrev.
But this being Hollywood, Paul purchased the contemporary-style pad from another famous face: Counting Crows keyboardist Charlie Gillingham. (Well, you know, relatively famous. The ’90s weren’t all that long ago.) Gillingham had listed the home at $1,999,999, but Wesley’s buying price was a bit higher at $2,050,000.
Overlooking the cascading tranquillity of the canyon, this architectural treasure was just built in 2010. An open floor plan with floor-to-ceiling windows and a spacious living room features a crackling fireplace for a welcoming, cozy vibe. Vaulted truss ceilings, bamboo floors, and natural light reflect throughout. Lush, tropical greenery gives this pad the feeling that you’re tucked away in a hidden enclave, which is perfect for someone keeping vampire’s hours.
Word is, the hot property even comes with its own quarter-mile trail, in case Paul and his girlfriend, The Originals star Phoebe Tonkin, feel like strapping on their ol’ boots and taking a hike around Studio City. It’s not Transylvania, but we’re sure they can find plenty of things that go bump in the night.
Images courtesy of Wish Sotheby’s International Realty (via the MLS). The listing agent is Carol Huston.