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.