Actress Billie Lourd’s $2.39M farmhouse has already found a buyer

Celebrity artist Donald Robertson is the buyer of the blue house

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Apr.April 14, 2017 02:00 PM
Billie Lourd, Sunset Park home (Getty Images/MLS)

It’s been only a week since Billie Lourd, “Scream Queens” star and daughter of late actress Carrie Fisher, listed her cobalt blue farmhouse in Santa Monica’s Sunset Park neighborhood for $2.39 million.

But the eye-catching home has already found a suitor, The Real Deal has learned.

The 2,279-square-foot property is in Escrow after catching the eye of artist and fashion world favorite Donald Robertson, best known by his Instagram handle @Drawbertson.

The two-story farmhouse has two bedrooms, three bathrooms and a deck and lap pool. The master suite features a fireplace and the bathroom has heated floors.

The property dates back to 1944 but was reimagined almost 20 years ago as an urban farmhouse by interior designer Sally Trout.

Lourd purchased the home in May 2016 for $2.25 million, according to property records.

Emil Alexander Schneeman of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services had the listing. Rochelle Maize of Nourmand & Associates represented the buyer.

Robertson’s purchase is well-timed, since the artist closed on the sale of his Brentwood home last week. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom was listed for $6.75 million and sold for $6.8 million, records show.

The artist, whose fans include Beyoncé and Sarah Jessica Parker, also listed his Spanish-style Montecito home in February, with an asking price of $5.45 million.


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