The 1940s retreat last changed hands in 2017 for $1,357,000. So the actress clearly isn’t in search of for a huge profit, although she is likely to break even with her decision to let go of her boho-style home.
At 1,694 square feet, the property in its serene setting is surrounded by a wraparound deck with treetop views.
With three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and an open floor plan, it includes French windows and skylights that flood the home with natural light.
The living room has a fireplace, and a huge deck with built-in seating extends the living space outdoors. Adding to the home’s rustic appeal, the farmhouse-style kitchen includes double sinks, copper counters, and a vintage stove.
The finishes have an Old World feel, including ceramic tile, hardwood floors with reclaimed wood, and exposed beams.
In addition, the top floor offers a bonus room, a finished attic-turned-loft with a bathroom, which could be used as a guest bedroom, office, or creative studio.
The outdoor space includes a fire pit, outdoor kitchen, and space for dining and lounging.
In the hills of Beachwood Canyon, the cabin is close to Beachwood Market and Beachwood Cafe, and is located a short distance from the grocery stores and restaurants of Franklin Village.
Gummer is the daughter of the acting legend Meryl Streep and the sculptor Don Gummer, and she isn’t the only family member in the real estate game.
Mamie Gummer, 36, who has appeared on stage and screen, can be seen in films such as “Ricki and the Flash,” “Cake,” and “Echo Park.” She also starred in a short-lived CW show, “Emily Owens, M.D.” Her other roles include parts in “The Good Wife” and “The Good Fight,” and the HBO show “True Detective.”
Bryony Atkinson with MAISONRE holds the listing.
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