Actress Drea de Matteo, who famously tackled the function of Adriana on HBO’s crime drama, “The Sopranos,” has sliced the value on her Los Angeles home.
In response to a report from Dirt, de Matteo initially listed the manse for almost $4 million final summer time. However the place by no means discovered a purchaser, so it’s again available on the market for $3.6 million.
Even with the value minimize, the star continues to be more likely to revenue on the sale ultimately. She bought the property in 2004 for a bit of greater than $2 million.
The four-bedroom, four-bath, almost century-old Laurel Canyon house is unfold throughout 3,400 sq. ft and boasts fairly the pedigree as a celebration pad for the wealthy and well-known.
Among the many boldface names who’ve both owned or rented the home are actress Mary Astor, rocker David Bowie, and musician Denny Doherty, of the Mamas and the Papas, in response to the itemizing.
The Hollywood Hills Spanish turret residence teems with old-world attraction—funky tile within the kitchen and tub; ornamental, wrought-iron particulars; and handcarved, uncovered beams. Located above the Sundown Strip, the placement provides quiet privateness and exquisite views of the ocean, Santa Monica mountains, and the lights of Los Angeles.
A large fire anchors the lounge, which is topped by a vaulted barrel ceiling. There’s a big, party-ready eating room and an eat-in kitchen for smaller affairs. The first bed room is within the turret and provides a balcony, walk-in dressing room, and memorable tile work within the toilet.
Outdoors, there’s extra tile on the steps that result in the patio, lined wooden deck, pool, and spa. The itemizing consists of two two-car indifferent garages, one in all which might simply be transformed right into a dwelling house for company.
The Emmy-winning actress at the moment might be seen on the Amazon Prime musical drama, “Paradise Metropolis.” And de Matteo additionally co-hosts a podcast known as “Made Ladies” that digs deep into every previous episode of “The Sopranos.”