Cue the wedding bells. The Studio City home where pop singer Britney Spears said “I do” to backup dancer Kevin Federline in 2004 has been listed for sale at $2.295 million.
Spears, then 22 and nine months removed from her first marriage to childhood friend Jason Alexander, married Federline in a surprise ceremony at the Colfax Meadows property. The exchange of nuptials, witnessed by a handful of family and friends, came a month before the former couple’s planned wedding in Santa Barbara. They would divorce three years later.
“All the neighbors keep coming in and asking me if I knew [Spears] was married there,” said listing agent Steve Shrager of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
The Georgian traditional-style home, built in 1941 and later renovated by architect Richard Olander, has classic curb appeal. The clapboard-sided front of the house is reached by a walkway that passes under a vine-wrapped arbor and ends at the dark-hued front door. A Juliet balcony and Palladian-style window sit above the entry.
The 3,898 square feet of living space inside includes a center hall that opens to a formal living room and a dining room reached through French doors. Custom molding, mullioned windows and oak floors are among the appointments.
The family room adjoins an eat-in kitchen with a broad island and a full-size wine refrigerator. The master suite — one of five bedrooms and four bathrooms — has a veranda overlooking the leafy backyard. There’s also a powder room.
The house has changed hands a few times since the Spears-Federline wedding, including in 2006 for $2.087 million and, in 2008, for $1.925 million. More recently, it sold four years ago for $1.812 million, records show.
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