Eva Longoria's Hollywood Hills Home Finds a Buyer

The Mediterranean villa was built in 1924.Actress Eva Longoria has found a buyer for her Hollywood Hills home, reports Realtor.com. She listed the tomato-red Mediterranean villa for $1.395M with Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty’s Jan Horn in August and it sold for just under the asking price, closing at $1.374M. According to the listing, the home was built in 1924 and is oozing with period character and charm. It spans 2,011 square feet and features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, including a master suite that opens to a private balcony with views of the canyons and city beyond. There is also a large entertaining-ready living room, a gourmet kitchen and a separate bonus room.

Visitors enter the home through a 2-story gated entry. A sweeping staircase leads to the second floor. The large living room is plenty spacious for entertaining. The gourmet kitchen leads to a sunny dining room. There are gorgeous views out the windows of the dining room. French doors in the master bedroom open to a balcony. The master bathroom. The master bedroom has a private balcony. The view from the back deck.