Shailene Woodley has put her split from fiancé Aaron Rodgers behind her and she’s moving on to a stunning Beachwood Canyon home. The Big Little Lies star paid $4.4 million in an off-market deal for the 1958-built home that is well-known in fashion circles. Its stunning architecture, created by Kazumi Adachi, has made it a coveted spot for glam photoshoots for magazines like Vogue and GQ. We don’t know if the 30-year-old actress wants cameras and crew members traipsing through her new home, but she can always rent it out if she’s away on location.
The 3,442-square-foot home has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms on over a third of an acre of land. The ultra-private and gated property offers Woodley a residence nestled in nature as it is surrounded by parkland. To capture the majestic views, including the Hollywood sign, the home was built with walls of glass to allow tons of natural light to stream through. The place was renovated over two decades ago, but the wonderful details of the late 1950s architecture were kept intact.
The backyard also provides a fabulous kidney-shaped swimming pool and a wraparound deck to take advantage of the natural settings. She even has a carport for her vehicle to stay cool in the hot Los Angeles sun, and a studio that could be used for creative ventures or be converted to a gym — it sounds like an ideal place for Woodley to settle. Check out the stunning living room with a groovy vibe — and be sure to see more photos at Dirt.