Captain Marvel star purchased the estate for $2.25 million three years ago
Brie Larson is prepared to move as unobtrusively as she moved in from her Laurel Canyon home. The actress of Captain Marvel lately sold her stylish 2,905-square-foot split-level home for $2.17 million, a tiny financial loss due to the $2.25 million she shelled out for her three years ago. Originally constructed in the early 1950s, the three-bedroom, three-bathroom mid-century bungalow was considerably upgraded to generate an Instagram-worthy haven.
Tucked into Laurel Canyon’s scenic, hilly terrain, the house features a main courtyard and a elevated exposed-wood ceiling dotted with skylights, plus soft, light-colored hardwood floors all around. The living and dining area combined has a whole wall of white built-in bookshelves adjacent to an elevated-hearth brick fireplace and opposite a whole wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. With jet-black countertops and eggshell-colored cabinets, the galley kitchen, located straight off the primary living room, is sleek and contemporary. A more casual sitting / family room is situated just off the other side of the primary living region, featuring an oversized disco-ball-esque lighting function that helps add some eclectic fun to the aesthetics of the home. On the other hand of the kitchen, an office / laundry room features a whole glass window wall with a gate leading straight to the courtyard.
The master suite, which contains a luxuriously minimalist bathroom with a glass-closed shower and marble countertops, a cavernous walk-in closet, and access to a secluded spa through the bathroom, is located elsewhere in the dwelling. The courtyard itself is a little green oasis, with faux grass adding a colorful pop to the room and adding texture to a variety of tropical crops.
Larson also presently owns a location in Studio City that she purchased for just under $900,000 about a decade ago, which is probable where she will stay until her eye catches the next lovely estate. The Room actress clarified in an interview with the BBC back in 2016 that she spent a whole month at home preparing for her Oscar-winning role in the movie. “When I tuned out for a while, I was excited to see what would happen,” she said. “I meditate twice a day, so I’m very comfortable with the silence and chatter in my head.” Whether Larson referenced her Laurel Canyon or Studio City residence is uncertain.