Photographs Courtesy of Alexis Adams
Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz must have fallen out of love with his gorgeous Encino property as he listed it this past June, and now it has officially found a buyer. Bidding farewell to the charming Amestoy Estates home for $2.26 million, the musician and his family have already set new roots
in The Summit, an exclusive guard-gated community in the Beverly Hills area that has attracted fellow rockers like Gwen Stefani
in the past. Filled with stylish spaces and surrounded by palm trees, the Encino abode Wentz leaves behind is a Los Angeles gem.Decked out in Mediterranean style, this estate is the quintessential Southern Californian home. Holding five bedrooms and four and a half baths across 4,091-square-feet of interior space, it has plenty of space for all. It was remodeled in 2009 to create an open living floor plan and is now perfect for entertaining, a prerequisite for any buyer these days.Arched doorways create an airy flow from one room to another. The large kitchen is connected to an open family area, creating an optimal hosting set up. A spacious dining room is set off to the side for formal dining scenarios.Floor-to-ceiling windows give constants views of the property's manicured lawns, saltwater pool and attached jacuzzi, sports court, and relaxed dining and seating area. With California sunshine above all year round, this residence is poised for endless indoor/outdoor living.Thomas Atamian of Compass
and Deedee Howard of The Agency
had the beautiful celebrity listing.