After a decade in her Hollywood Hills home, Tracee Ellis Ross is putting her 1930s Spanish property on the market for $2.395 million. She should make a tidy profit once it is sold because she bought it for $910,000 — that’s quite an increase over the last 10 years.
The house is filled with the coziness and charm of an era gone by in architecture. It may not offer the A-list amenities some Hollywood celebs are looking for, but it makes up for it with the intricate details that are rarely done in modern homes. From Spanish tiling to built-in bookcases in unexpected places, the space is well-utilized to create a home that feels warm and inviting. Fans who follow Ross on Instagram have seen her colorful interior, which has been wiped clean for the upcoming sale with white walls — but you all know how bold she made the rooms feel.
With a studio apartment on the property that’s perfect for family and friends when they visit and a gorgeous backyard with views of the Hollywood Hills, this place needs the right buyer to put their stamp on the home just like Ross did. They will have to live without a dishwasher in the vintage kitchen, but it might be the perfect place for the person who rarely cooks. See the stunning place Ross called home — and be sure to check out more photos of the property on Dirt.
Lots of Character
With the beautiful Spanish tile on the steps and the archways leading you to different areas of the house, the architecture adds so much character to the place.
This isn’t the easiest kitchen to cook in, but we love the black-and-white tile and the clever use of space with the corner shelving.
A Cozy Place to Eat
With the sun shining through the windows, this cozy nook would be a great place to start your day.
The entire home opens up to a gorgeous backyard, bringing the outside into the home.
While the home harkens back to the 1930s, the charming touches of built-in cabinetry add to the luster of the space.
The Fireplace Is Stunning
This is the original fireplace with its ornate mantel, creating a wonderful focal point for the room.
The Perfect Place to Run an Empire
A lovely view from the Hollywood Hills offers a terrific spot for writing scripts or running those Zoom conference meetings.
Opens Right Up to the Backyard
This is the guest apartment on the property that has its own entrance for privacy — the perfect place to have friends and family come and stay.
The home has so many nooks and crannies to sit and read a book or enjoy your coffee.
A Backyard Oasis
With lemon trees, conversational seating areas and plenty of sunshine, the property is an ideal place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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