Actor Charlie Hunnam buys a vintage estate in Hollywood Hills
Actor Charlie Hunnam, who starred as the leader of an outlaw biker club in the series “Sons of Anarchy,” has bought a house in the Outpost Estates area of Hollywood Hills for about $2.76 million.
Part of a housing tract developed by Charles E. Toberman in the 1920s, the two-story Mission Revival-style home was renovated and restored by previous owner and musician-turned-developer Tony Clearwater.
Fronted by a courtyard with a fountain, the roughly 3,200-square-foot home has vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, arched doors and windows and a formal entry with Spanish tile floors. A formal dining room and a step-down living room with a remote-controlled fireplace and drop-down projection screen sit off the entry area.
Showcasing a more contemporary style, the kitchen features a tiled backsplash, dark wood cabinetry and a center island topped with pendant lighting. The master bedroom has a clawfoot soaking tub and a walk-in closet for a total of four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. A front-facing balcony sits off the master suite.
Outdoors, a long loggia with a fountain feature sits adjacent to a swimming pool. Various patios, an outdoor fireplace, lawns and landscaping complete the hedged and gated setting.
The house came on the market in late 2015 for $3.195 million and was more recently priced at $2,888,888, records show. The exact sale price was $2,762,500.
Skyler Hynes and Tyson Rocco Pelanconi of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage were the listing agents. Nick Segal and Rock Ojeda of Partners Trust Beverly Hills represented the buyer, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
The 35-year-old Hunnam is known for his role as Jackson “Jax” Teller on the FX series that concluded in 2014 after seven seasons. Among his film credits are “Deadfall” (2012), “Pacific Rim” (2013) and “Crimson Peak” (2015).
He will star as King Arthur in the upcoming film “Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur.”
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