INSIDE KALEY CUOCO'S TARZANA HOUSE!
Since The Big Bang Theory came to a close in May, Kaley Cuoco and her husband, equestrian Karl Cook, are busy building their dream home, so she has put her Tarzana-neighborhood home in Los Angeles on the market at $4.895 million....
Behind a gated entrance in a small enclave of similarly elegant homes, the 7,977-square-foot house is spread across its three-quarter-acre lot with a large car park for guests in front and pool with generous patio for entertaining in the rear of the property. The entrance opens into a grand, two-story foyer with curved staircase and starburst chandelier. Included are the living room with a whimsical swing settee suspended from the ceiling and a contemporary formal dining room. Sized for a large family and guests, there are six en-suite bedrooms plus three additional baths. The master has a fireplace, three huge walk-in closets and French doors that open to the terrace. The large laundry room has two washing machines and two dryers with ample storage for the size of the house. The kitchen is stocked with high-end appliances and has an island, breakfast area and bar, which opens to the family room.
The home is made extremely private by the mature thick hedges and trees that follow the property line from the entrance gate to encircle the entire property. Outdoor space is ideal for entertaining with multiple shaded seating areas, a full-covered outdoor kitchen with bar seating, pool, spa and fire pit.
Currently Cuoco has created and is starring in a new HBO Max series, The Flight Attendant, for which she will also act as executive producer. A huge fan favorite for her roles in 8 Simple Rules, Charmed, and, of course, 12 seasons of The Big Bang Theory, Cuoco is following her dreams of becoming a producer.
Cuoco bought the house from Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian in 2014.
Priced at $4.895 million, the listing agent is Stephanie Vitacco of Keller Williams, Encino-Sherman Oaks.
Photo credit: Keller Williams