Diane Keaton's latest real estate purchase may be just as quirky as the actress herself. The timeless star recently scooped up an adobe estate in Tucson, Arizona, for $1.5 million, Trulia reports. Located in Barrio Viejo, the desert property is a far cry from Keaton's $17.5 million former New York City apartment. Instead of the clean white walls and herringbone wood flooring that defined her NYC pad, you'll find exposed adobe walls and long beamed ceilings in her new Southwestern home.
The one-of-a-kind buy spans 4572 square feet and houses four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. Built in the 1880s, the structure has since been restored, although the original plaster and the traditional adobe style remain throughout the home. The desert-chic abode comes across as an idyllic escape from the modern world, featuring quaint sitting rooms, a library, and décor that embraces the natural desert surroundings.
While Keaton was clearly charmed by the property, the actress will likely add this home to her ongoing list of successful house flipping endeavors, Tucson.com reports. Take a look inside the unique adobe home below.
Exposed adobe walls add to the off-the-grid nature of the desert home.
It's a rustic space that manages to bring the outdoor elements indoors thanks to a variety of textures and materials that comprise the interior décor.
Multiple pendant lights hang from the exposed wood beams above the small kitchen. The space contains just the essentials.
The dining room bleeds into the living room in this elongated section of the house. Note the chic midcentury-modern chairs that contrast with the rustic structure.
Playful overhead lighting seems to be a running theme in the property. Here, you can spot two different pendant lights, each with their own look.
The exposed walls of this bedroom are raw and unrefined. They stand in contrast with the dark, glossy hardwood floors and contemporary rug.
The master bedroom also features a sitting area with enough room for a sofa and indoor plant beneath one of the many windows.
The master bathroom is a quirky space with retro pendant hanging lights above the pair of sinks, unique tiling, and exposed brick walls that collide with the wood beamed ceiling.
In the backyard, desert landscaping coexists with large, full trees. There's plenty of room for entertaining and space for an outdoor dining set up.
From the street view, you'd never guess the potential of this intriguing space. Although, it's clear Keaton has an eye for unassuming properties.
Get the Look
Add a patterned rug to your living room to soften the space and add warmth.
For the living room, you can't go wrong with a wooden coffee table. This one from Cost Plus World Market is affordable and timeless.
A large round mirror will never go out of style. Hang it above a dresser drawer to mimic the look in Keaton's home.
A hanging pendant light is a trendy way to add an extra element of design to just about any room.
If you don't have room for a large couch but want to include additional seating, opt for a smaller chaise.
This dowel-leg armchair screams midcentury modern and works as an accent piece or as a dining chair.
Indoor plants are essential when it comes to creating a space that feels natural and relaxed. A stoneware planter will make any plant match the rest of your décor.
If your bedroom is lacking in closet space, pick out a sleek white dresser. It even works in Keaton's rustic master bedroom.
Nothing upgrades a bedroom quicker than high-quality sheets. This set from Parachute will make any bed feel luxe.
For more insight into Keaton's design preferences, take a look inside her industrial-chic L.A. home, and pick up a copy of her book below.
This post was originally published on June 12, 2018, and has since been updated.