Selena Gomez may only be 29, but she's already been making major real estate moves through several years of her career. The singer and actress sold her Studio City home (which she purchased for $2.249 million) for $2.799 million in 2020 after two years on the market, Trulia reports.
The California home comes in at 3188 square feet, boasting four bedrooms, four bathrooms, spacious living areas, dreamy kitchen and dining spaces, an at-home gym, and a sprawling backyard. Since it was first built in 1951, the traditional-style home has undergone a complete remodel. Note the French doors, multiple fireplaces, and cheeky artwork throughout the contemporary space.
Gomez's primary suite includes not one, but two giant walk-in closets along with a bright white bathroom fit for a spa. Outside, the backyard features towering hedges, gardens, a lap-size swimming pool, a hot tub, a barbecue area, and a patio made for outdoor entertaining. Take a look at the colorful California estate below.
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Outside, an expertly landscaped front yard creates a grand entrance. The home's clean white exterior pairs with a blue door, windows, and shutters, while two symmetrical trees are planted on either side of the front stairs.
Step inside to find an open foyer complete with velvet furniture to add to the room's elegant ambiance. The historic fireplace features emerald green marble detailing, which is played up by jewel tones in the décor. A large traditional area rug in neutral hues ties the space together.
Leading from the foyer into the great room, an open walkway features a vintage piano placed under modern globe lighting. Wide-paneled wood floors lengthen the room while bringing natural warmth to its modern gray walls.
After the foyer's entrance, the home opens up to an eye-catching great room with A-frame ceilings and rustic brick floors. Built-in glass cabinets create the perfect opportunity to put dishes and glassware on display, while vibrant florals add a playful touch to the design.
Inside the great room is a chef's kitchen with brick accents that carry from the floor to the archway, which encases a six-burner stove. Copper cookware is styled above a natural wood island to complement the design's warmer hues, while skylights bring a flood of natural light to white cabinetry and backsplash for a fresh, airy vibe.
Updated stainless steel appliances bring a modern touch to this kitchen's historic Mediterranean accents. Crown molding wraps around the upper cabinetry to add traditional details to the sleek, white design. At the heart of the room, the island features several drawers to create plenty of extra storage.
The dining area, just off the great room, has a contemporary look that pairs with the home's original style. Exposed ceiling beams draw the eye upward to a geometric chandelier. Neutral curtains are hung tastefully around sliding glass doors to make the room feel even larger, while similar tones on the table's accent chairs keep the space feeling light.
In the living area, a cozy sectional couch wraps around the edges of the space to create a sense of separation from other rooms. Built-in columns frame the room's opening, and recessed lighting along the ceiling keeps the living area cohesive with the kitchen's bright skylights.
A separate living space is connected to the main seating area, which features another historic fireplace and wainscotting details along the walls. We're swooning over Gomez's décor in this room: Layered area rugs, vibrant furniture, and neon lighting all come together for a cool, eclectic vibe.
In the primary suite, bay windows bring plenty of light to the oversized bedroom. A large area rug complements the room's size with a plush, inviting look. Light walls are accented by a blue statement wall behind the bed, which is tied together with a velvet armchair styled by the window.
The suite's bright white bathroom features floor-to-ceiling tile in its walk-in glass shower. A soaker tub in the corner makes for the perfect personal oasis, complete with an arched window to bring in natural light.
This home gym is exceptionally stylish. With hardwood floors and large windows reflected in wall-to-wall mirrors, it's also a great layout for any celebrity's personal yoga studio. Gomez incorporated an elliptical, floor pillows, medicine balls, and weights into the space while maintaining its open feel.
This private seating area in the guesthouse is an inviting space to relax away from the main home. A-frame ceilings are complemented by natural wood beams as a focal point that makes the room feel larger. Styled with white furniture, the design feels airy and fresh.
In the backyard, a large swimming pool leads out from the guest house. Stone details wrap around the edges of the pool and separate it from the built-in spa, while tall hedges offer plenty of privacy from the neighborhood.
Brick walkways lead through the backyard to an outdoor cooking area complete with a grill and extra counter space. White brick complements the home's light, neutral exterior.
Viewing the home from the spa, the outdoor space is filled with various seating to entertain guests comfortably. Our favorite part: A stylish pergola rests over the dining area for the perfect corner to relax in the shade after swimming under the California sun.