RACHEL HUNTER RE-LISTS HOLLYWOOD HILLS HOME!
Actress and supermodel Rachel Hunter, who has graced the covers of Vogue, Elle and many other fashion magazines around the world, has relisted her Hollywood Hills home that she purchased in 2004 after her separation and subsequent divorce from mega-pop-star Rod Stewart after nine years of marriage ...
New Zealand-born supermodel Rachel Hunter, a Sports Illustrated bathing suit model in 1989 and again 12 years later in 2006, was a supermodel of the 1980s and ‘90s and also starred in a number of films including La Cucina and The Benchwarmers. She began hosting her own television show, Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty, in 2015 that ran through 2017. Off-shoots from her television show resulted in organized beauty travel tours and a book reviewing all the countries she visited looking for new and unique beauty tips.
Built in 1931, situated just above Sunset Strip and the Chateau Marmont Hotel,
the gated, hedged and very private 1930’s English Country Manor house has been meticulously updated but retains all of its warmth and charm. At 4,500 square feet, it has five bedrooms and five baths, a characterful living room with beamed ceiling, an arched fireplace focal point and French doors leading to a lushly planted terrace. There is a formal dining room also with fireplace, a remodeled eat-in kitchen, two bedrooms and a bath and large laundry on the first floor. Upstairs are two more bedrooms and a large master suite with a balcony that has views over the city. There is also a finished basement that would make a perfect media or game room. Sited on just over a quarter of an acre, the lush brick-and-stone-tiled backyard features a swimming pool, jacuzzi, outdoor dining area, and a fire pit.
Hollywood Hills has been popular with movie stars and celebrities since the silent-film days. Some of the most recent stars that call it home are Christina Aguilera, Halle Berry and Kevin Costner.
This charming Hollywood Hills home is listed at the reduced price of $3,499 million, a substantial reduction from the $5 million asked in 2014. The listing agents are Mary Swanson of Compass and Annie Challis of Coldwell Banker, both located in Beverly Hills.
Photo credit: Compass