Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher list Hidden Valley home for $12M

Movie-star couple asking about $2M more than they paid seven years ago

Los Angeles /
Sep.September 21, 2021 04:01 PM
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher list Hidden Valley home for $12M
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis sell Hidden Valley property at 9588 Lime Orchard Rd (Hilton Hyland, Getty)

Celebrity couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are looking to sell the Hidden Valley mansion that they bought in 2014 shortly after getting engaged.

The pair is asking $12.25 million for the 7,300-square-foot, East Coast-inspired home — about $2 million more than they paid seven years ago, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The home was built in 1999 on a half-acre lot next to Franklin Canyon Park in the guard-gated Hidden Valley community. The property includes a landscaped yard and stone-lined swimming pool.

The two-story house features five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. Amenities include a wine cellar, wet bar, sauna, gym and mahogany office.

Hilton and Hyland has the listing.

The actors will be moving to a newly built Beverly Hills sustainable farmhouse, “KuKu Farms,” which has a well and cornfield that the couple planted and harvested during the pandemic.

The couple also own a beach house up the coast in Carpinteria. They paid $10.1 million for it in 2017.

Another celebrity looking to sell a West Coast home, Rihanna, has listed her Beverly Hills mansion ​​at 7801 Hillside Avenue for $7.8 million.

LeBron James just sold one of his two Brentwood homes for about $1 million less than he paid. Matt Damon recently found a buyer for his Pacific Palisades estate after cutting the asking price.

Another celebrity couple, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, recently purchased a waterfront home at 4400 Island Road in Miami’s Bay Point community after listing their Encino mansion for $16.8 million.

[LATimes] — Victoria Pruitt 






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