Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Relist Their East Coast-Style Traditional in Beverly Hills
This year, the design community was abuzz when Hollywood couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher revealed the striking new Los Angeles home they created. Their sustainable and sleek farmhouse-style estate made its debut in AD and is reportedly called KuKu Farms. But, the pair has some unfinished business nearby. They just relisted a stunning Beverly Hills house they have owned since 2014, according to the LA Times. Initially listed for almost $13 million in 2020, the traditional 7,351-square-foot abode now wants $12.25 million.
With lovely moldings, French doors, and a Colonial-esque exterior, the nod to classic East Coast style is clear from the start. Far from the groovy patterns and textures seen on That ’70s Show, the couple’s first project together, the design instead exudes timeless elegance.
Taking in the grand rooms with high ceilings and fireplaces aplenty, you may either want to throw a dinner party here or curl up with a good book. The latter activity is especially idyllic in the mahogany-paneled office. Then on the lower level, there is a wine room, sauna, and gym to relish in.
And, a luxury LA home wouldn’t be complete without some killer outdoor spaces. Stepping into the fresh air, a long covered porch looks out to the pool, spa, and a neat lawn. Simple, sophisticated, and surrounded by tall trees, the five-bedroom home seemingly feels just as Connecticut as it does California.
Kunis and Kutcher have listed the residence several times over the past year for this same price, according to Zillow. Will this be the time it finds a buyer? Justin Paul Huchel and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland hold the Hidden Valley listing.