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On the Market Yet Again! Jodie Foster Lists Mansion for a Mind-Boggling Sum

Two-time Golden Globe and Oscar award winner Jodie Foster is in search of a new space, after putting her Beverly Hills mansion up for sale recently. Having purchased it almost a decade ago from TV producer Colin Callender, it seems the actress and filmmaker is ready to pack up and leave that chapter of her life behind.

Multi-award-winning actress, Jodie Foster

“Just” $15.9 million

To call it a day in Beverly Hills, one simply has to offer her $15.9 million to get the property off her hands. Should a buyer come forward, Foster stands to earn a staggering $4.15 million in profit, having acquired the mansion for $11.75 million in 2012.

For the past several years, Foster and her wife Alexandra Hedison have made the home their principal residence. As it seems, the couple is ready to move on from the secluded walled and gated property.  According to an Instagram post by the David Kramer Group, the idyllic and beautiful traditional estate sits on one of the California city’s most coveted view streets.

Old is Gold

Built originally in 1952 on a 0.65-acre piece of land, this property has undergone expansion, remodeling, and renovation over the years. As at now, it stands as a two-storied luxurious space boasting five bedrooms and five bathrooms complemented by two more half bathrooms.

An aerial view of the palatial mansion

Its walkway leads one to the building’s formal entry – a staircase railed with dark wood, complete with a dangling chandelier filled with individual lights that ooze sophistication and set the tone for what one should expect from the rest of the mansion. Floor-to-ceiling windows grace the formal living room, which is between the formal dining room and a media room. With an oversize yet grand fireplace, it is directly opposite the entrance hall, with three French doors opening to an antique brick terrace.

Adjacent to the living room is a stylish and elegant kitchen. The white marble countertops and gray cabinets affirm its elegance. Just off the kitchen is the dining area, set in a casual tone and graced with a classy picnic table almost similar to the countertops in the kitchen. Past this room is a set of French doors, letting out to a dine-and-lounge terrace with an outdoor fireplace and a killer cross-canyon view.

The dining area

The master suite prides itself for its vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, exposed beams, and a private deck accessible from the suite’s bathroom. Out in the compound, a large swimming pool greets your gaze beset by a dining spot, a lounging area, and a pergola.

Despite putting the house up for sale, Foster may still not be in that much of a hurry to vacate the premises, as she hasn’t gotten a replacement for it yet. Still, she must hope that offloading this home will be way easier than was the case with her Sunset Trip 5-bedroom home, which took more than a year and a reduction in price to sell.

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