Is Jamie Lee Curtis growing a SaMo assemblage?

1,900-sf property has three bedrooms

Oct.October 12, 2016 05:00 PM

Are Jamie Lee Curtis and her hubby Christopher Guest taking over their neighborhood in Santa Monica?

The Hollywood power couple recently bought the property next to their long-time home for $2.2 million in an off-market deal, the L.A. Times reported. 

Built in 1987, the property in question contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The wood-paneled residence stands two stories tall and spans more than 1,900 square feet.

Curtis, known for her role in “Halloween” and “Freaky Friday,” currently stars in the Fox show, “Scream Queens.” Her husband Christopher Guest is a screenwriter and composer. His work has appeared in “The Princess Bride” and “Saturday Night Live.”

Buying the house, or houses, next door for added privacy has been a growing trend amongst L.A.’s rich and famous, according to the Times. [LAT]Cathaleen Chen

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