When we penned this lead early in the year, we had no idea how close to the bone it would be: “Christina Ricci got to hone her chopping skills for the recent TV movie 'Lizzie Borden Took an Ax.' So the actress will be ready should she need to hack away at the $1.695-million asking price of her Hollywood Hills home.”
Yes, the traditional-style home is back on the market with a price tag of $1.549 million and new listing agents.
Set behind a gated drive and built in 1957, the modest-by-celebrity-standards house has 1,891 square feet of living space in an open floor plan, a library/study, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The interiors are decorated with youthful print wallpapers and fun lighting fixtures. There’s mosaic tile work in the bathrooms, two fireplaces and a leaded glass window in the living area.
French doors open to a swimming pool, a covered patio and terraced gardens on the quarter-acre lot.
Ricci, 34, played Wednesday in two "Addams Family" movies. She starred in the films "Monster" (2003), "Sleepy Hollow" (1999) and "Mothers Day" (2014).
The actress married James Heerdegen, a dolly grip technician, in October and recently gave birth to a boy.
She paid $1.505 million in 2005 for the property, which the Multiple Listing Service shows was later leased out.
Adam Sires and Michael Nourmand of Nourmand & Associates are the listing agents.
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