After selling her stylishly renovated Los Feliz home to Ronan Farrow and Jon Lovett in March, Vanessa Hudgens is onto her next interior design project. The actress has purchased a 7,249 square-foot mansion in Studio City, reports Dirt.
The five-bed, five-bath structure neighbors the very first property that Hudgens purchased, back in 2008 when she was fresh from her High School Musical fame. The star spent $7.5 million for her new 1963-built abode, which was rebuilt this year in a modern farmhouse style.
The space is dressed in modern white and warm woods, making it a promising canvas for Hudgens, who is sure to leave an indelible mark on the property. “I wanted to make sure that what I was doing would add to the history,” Hudgens told AD of the extensive remodel she completed at her previous home. “I think there’s a beauty to homes that have been passed down, that have marks from previous residents.”
Inside, the dwelling boasts an airy open floor plan filled with sun from skylights, vast windows, and balconies that allow sweeping views of the San Fernando Valley. The eye-catching central wood staircase is outfitted with sleek LED track lighting. Upstairs, a modern take on wood-paneled walls adds a warm vintage flair to the space. A large infinity pool complete with a Baja shelf is flanked by a luxuriously oversized deck in the backyard.
In the primary suite, a row of towering glass doors leads to a sunny balcony and a chic dressing room is fitted with custom wooden cabinetry. The large soaking tub in the en suite bathroom is surely a draw for Hudgens. “When I’m in L.A., the first night that I’m home, I take a bath,” the actress told AD during a tour of her previous pad. “I always savor that first soak.”
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