At the age of 19, Lana Condor made her acting debut in the 2016 action-hero smash hit “X-Men: Apocalypse” as Jubilation Lee/Jubilee. In the subsequent professional whirlwind, she was cast as the main character in the three-part “To All the Guys I’ve Loved Before” Netflix film series, and last year she appeared in the Netflix comedy miniseries “Boo, Bitch,” for which she also served as executive producer.
Condor and her longtime partner, actor/singer Anthony De La Torre, packed up their belongings and moved to Seattle a number of years ago in an effort to escape some of the bustle of Hollywood and be nearer to her family. The creative couple enjoys working together in addition to moving in together and living together; The artistic duo enjoys collaborating; De La Torre contributed to a number of “Boo, Bitch” episodes, and Condor contributed to a number of De La Torre’s Spotify songs.
Condor and De La Torre settled into a modern townhouse in the charming Queen Anne district after coming to Seattle, and they got engaged the previous year. The engagement was announced on Instagram, where she has 11 million followers, as is the norm today. According to tax documents, they have now turned their attention to southern California. Condor reportedly paid $2.9 million for a family-sized home in the Encino section of the San Fernando Valley of Los Angel The single-story home, which is an expensive and well-kept suburban sprawler from the late 1990s and lacks any distinguishable architectural style, is notably crowned by an enormous cupola above the front door. The over 5,000 square foot house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and the nearly half-acre site is filled with numerous mature trees and neat, lush landscaping.
The residence is decorated with square columns, polished reddish-brown hardwood flooring, and numerous arched French doors. The kitchen and bathrooms have cabinetry and tiling in neutral tones. Together with a library/office and formal dining room, the home has two large step-down living rooms with fireplaces and arched French doors leading to the rear. Condor, who was recently photographed at New York Fashion Week, claims on her Twitter profile that she spends the majority of her time “thinking about spaghetti.” The gourmet has a large eat-in kitchen with a five-burner range to boil all the pasta she could possibly devour and two double-drawer dishwashers to make cleanup simple, so it’s no surprise that her social media accounts are flooded with photographs of food.
The home’s large loggia, which is located between the two living rooms, is a great place to get some shade because it becomes blazing hot out in the Valley in the middle and late days of July. A charming fountain is located in the middle of a grassy formal garden behind the loggia. The swimming pool and spa, which share one end of the yard with a covered eating terrace and built-in grill, are kept private by trees and plants.
The property was listed by Mike Glickman and David Weisman, and Bryce Pennell and Brynn Sutherland from Compass represented Condor in the sale.
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