Diane Kruger lists WeHo house for $6M

Actress shared home with ex-boo Joshua Jackson

May.May 11, 2017 04:00 PM
The home on N. Orlando Avenue and Diane Kruger (Credit: Realtor.com, Getty)

Another day, another Hollywood breakup. But the silver lining, at least for luxury house hunters, is a new house on the market.

Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson have finally listed their five-bedroom WeHo home for $6 million, nearly a year after the longtime couple split up, Variety reported. 

The Contemporary abode, built in 2015, features open living and dining space with a double-sided fireplace, as well as a master walk-in closet with its own island. The nearly 5,000-square-foot residence also contains a two-story, one-bedroom guesthouse right next to the pool.

Angela Bond of Keller Williams Realty has the listing.

Jackson and Kruger are also rumored to own homes in New York and Paris. Kruger is rumored to be dating Norman Reedus now. [Variety] — Cathaleen Chen

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