In the aftermath of her divorce with actor Chris Pratt, fellow actress Anna Faris put their Los Angeles-based home up on the market.
Now, as reported by news outlet Page Six this past Monday, Faris has finally sold the mansion for a solid $2.09 million. Faris listed her mansion back in January through popular real estate firm Pacific Union LA. The Mom's star home sold well below her $2.5 million asking price according to Variety. The ranch-style mansion is located in the Los Angeles area known as Nichols Canyon and is 2563 square feet. The home sits inside of a cul-de-sac in a neighborhood that covers an entire acre with ease. Its interior includes three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms- perfect for a small family.
The entire home has hardwood floors, sliding glass doors, and multiple wood-trimmed floor-to-ceiling windows that make the place nicer and bigger than before. A fireplace ensures warmth during the cooler months, while tropical paintings give the home an even fancier feel. The kitchen is filled with the latest gadgets, granite countertops, and lots of storage. It even has a little breakfast nook that leads out to a large barbecue area. Trees, canyon views, and railroad tie steps surround the home to make it feel more secluded. There is a large stone pool and a Bocci ball court to keep both homeowners and guests entertained.
Guests can also take comfort in each bedroom having private patios. Homeowners have the pleasure of the master suite leading to its own private patio. In addition, the master suite has a wall of closets and a large ensuite. The ensuite has a large bathtub and steam shower. Faris bought the mansion prior to her 2009 marriage to now ex-husband Pratt. It was purchased back in 2005 for a reported $1.995 million. More notably, the exes still shared another home located minutes away from the former property. The couple purchased a 4300 square foot Mediterranean-inspired mansion together in 2013 for about $3.3. million. As of now, that home has yet to be put up on the market- and it's unclear if or when that will happen.