Eva Longoria is letting go of her private Los Angeles compound.
According to Variety, the former Desperate Housewives star purchased the French-inspired home from Tom Cruise about three years ago for $11.4 million, meaning she’d be taking a nearly $2 million loss if an offer comes in at the asking price. The estate is now listed for $9.8 million with Mauricio Umansky and Kevin Dees of The Agency.
Perched off of famed Mulholland Drive, the secluded Hollywood Hills property spans nearly three acres and includes two separate residences, two standalone studios and a quaint stone cottage.
Outside, the space is flanked by a series of stone-paved walking paths that lead to plenty of al fressco entertaining spaces with views of the valley and a private lagoon-style swimming pool and spa with a footbridge.
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The property’s main villa is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom cottage with oak floors and a farmhouse-style kitchen with oversized French doors that transition the space from indoor to outdoor living.
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The four-bedroom, four-bathroom secondary home is also equipped with it’s own chef’s kitchen and dining area, while the stone cottage features a wine tasting and storage room.
According to Variety, this would not be the first time the actress—who welcomed her first child Santiago Enrique Bastón in June—could take a loss on a real estate sale.
The outlet reports that earlier in 2018, she placed an 8,600-square-foot residence on the market for less than $3.2 million, more than $400,000 less than the $3.6 million she paid nearly 12 years earlier.
“I’m leaving my house of 10 years,” Longoria said in a video shared on her Instagram Stories in March while she was still pregnant with her son. “The whole house is empty. Everything’s packed and everything’s empty.”
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“I’m going to miss this place,” she added.
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