See Where Reese Witherspoon Used To Live!
The home actress Reese Witherspoon once shared with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe in Bel-Air has just hit the market for $15.999 million. Built by architect Gerard R. Colcord in 1969, the richly detailed house was inspired by medieval churches in England.
Click through to take a peek inside the four-bedroom, five-bathroom house.
The estate has 8,772 square feet of living space in the main house and guest house combined.
Mature oaks and sycamores dot the grounds, while the façade of the home has a storybook feel.
Inside, dark beams make a grand statement, emphasizing the height of the pitched ceiling.
Expansive windows overlooking the courtyard keep the great room bright an airy.
The great room includes a formal dining area, where modern furniture creates tension against the home’s traditional bones.
While the home boasts warm, rich tones throughout, the kitchen palette is all white.
A large island offers ample storage space, while marble countertops and a backsplash with subtle veining add style.
The media room comes complete with a wet bar.
Oh, and access to the courtyard.
A mod, outdoor dining set grounds the backyard, while an outdoor kitchen with a barbecue makes al fresco entertaining easy.
A brick-clad seating area with cushions would make for a great place to sip your morning coffee.
Black and white creates impact in the office. An arched entry pays homage to the home’s church-inspired architecture.
A window frames the backyard’s lush greenery in this intimate seating area, making it look like art.
Pitched beamed ceilings continue into the master bedroom, only this time they are painted white to match the serene palette.
A white-on-white palette is also found in the master bathroom, where two pedestal sinks topped with matching mirrors steal the show.
The home boasts a small attic room which would be perfect for kids.
The swimming pool and guest house look as if they were plucked from the English countryside.
A set of double french doors offers an indoor-outdoor vibe in the guest house.
There’s even a charming, generously sized kitchen.
This more intimate seating area is incredibly cozy thanks to layers of textiles.