Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis Sell Hidden Valley Retreat In Beverly Hills
Hollywood power couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have moved on from their old Beverly Hills home, selling the place for $10.35 million, records show.
The two-story traditional-style house is the first property that the former That 70s Show stars purchased together as a couple, according to reports. The property had been on the market for $12.25 million, with Justin Paul Huchel and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland attached to the listing.
Built in the late 1990s, the residence lies tucked away in gated Hidden Valley, an exclusive enclave known for its notable homeowners, including Adele and Jennifer Lawrence. Before Kutcher and Kunis’ stay, the home was owned by Tom Freston, the former CEO of Viacom.
Exteriors feature a traditional East Coast design with a stone facade, window shutters and a box gable roof.
Inside are more ornate elements such as decorative paneling, elaborate molding and french doors.
Notable spaces include a charming breakfast nook with two built-in banquettes, a mahogany-paneled office off the fireside living room and a primary suite featuring bay windows, dual walk-in closets and an en-suite bathroom with a freestanding tub.
On the lowest level of the house are a gym, sauna and temperature-controlled wine room.
A covered, spacious veranda overlooks the lagoon-style pool and backyard, where mature trees and hedges provide privacy.
The Kutcher-Kunis family have since moved to a custom-built in another prime part of Beverly Hills. The couple reportedly own other properties along the Southern California coast.
The celebrity husband and wife recently made headlines by raising over $35 million for Ukraine aid on the crowd-funding platform GoFundMe.
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