Christina Ricci sells home in Hollywood Hills below asking price
Christina Ricci, whose various roles have included this year’s TV movie “Lizzie Borden Took an Ax,” has sold her Hollywood Hills home for a hacked down $1.37 million -- 19% off the original asking price. She had listed it earlier this year at $1.695 million.
The gated traditional-style home was built in 1957 and updated with chic contemporary interiors. The 1,891 square feet of living space includes a living room with a fireplace and leaded-glass picture window, a den with a fireplace, a library/study and two en suite bedrooms with stone and mosaic work. Skylights and French doors bring natural light into the house.
A covered patio, a swimming pool and terraced gardens complete the quarter-acre lot.
Apparently Ricci’s chopping skills have landed her a reprise of her starring role. She’ll be in next year’s mini-series “Lizzie Borden: The Fall River Chronicles.”
Ricci, 34, played daughter Wednesday in two “Addams Family” movies as a child.
She starred in the films “Monster” (2003) and “Sleepy Hollow” (1999) and will star in “Mothers Day,” due for release next year.
Ricci paid $1.505 million in 2005 for the property, which the Multiple Listing Service shows was leased out.
Adam Sires and Michael Nourmand, both of Nourmand & Associates, were the listing agents. The transaction closed outside of the MLS.
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