Vince Vaughn dons landlord role in Hollywood Hills West
Vince Vaughn, who will be on the series “True Detective” next year, has been buying homes in the Los Angeles area for a year and half, and now it all adds up. He’s leasing at least one of them out in his role as landlord.
Just on the rental market is the place he bought this summer in Hollywood Hills West from Kate Bosworth for $2.375 million.
Set behind gates on a half-acre, the updated 1955 contemporary is available at $14,000 a month. The lap pool has been refinished and the listing describes the 2,890-square-foot home as “great for entertaining” with a kitchen outfitted with professional appliances and two farmhouse sinks.
Other living spaces in the open-plan house include living and dining rooms with wood-beam ceilings, three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. There are canyon and greenbelt views.
Vaughn, 44, has starred in such films as “Delivery Man” (2013), “Wedding Crashers” (2005) and “Old School” (2003). He is working on several movies for next year including the crime drama “Term Life.”
He also owns homes in La Canada Flintridge and Manhattan Beach, where he bought former USC football coach Lane Kiffin’s house, as well as a penthouse in Chicago.
Karen Lower of Coldwell Banker has the lease listing.
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