Architectural Digest: 1930s-era Hollywood Hills Home

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A celebrity-pedigreed home tucked into the Hollywood Hills is currently on the market for $2.985 million. The property, which comprises a single-story, three-bedroom, three-bathroom main house, a guest house, and a separate recording studio, belonged to actor Mark Ruffalo from 2004 to 2009. He sold it to Zooey Deschanel and her then-husband, Death Cab for Cutie singer/songwriter Ben Gibbard, who lived there until 2012 (their split may have facilitated the sale of the house).

Situated on over half an acre, the 2,957-square-foot main house is fronted by a colorful red brick patio and opens onto a cozy front foyer with polished hardwood floors. A long hallway connects the front foyer to the airy living room, which boasts a cross-beam ceiling and a large brick fireplace. Doors on either side of the formal living room lead out onto the front patio and to the backyard garden. A set of stairs leads up to the formal dining room, which features a tray ceiling and similarly has access to both the front and back patios on either side.

Read more at Architectural Digest.

View the listing from Acme’s Cari Field for 3295 Bennett Drive.