See all the stunning pictures of Jennifer Lawrence's new Beverly Hills home.
Jennifer Lawrence has completed her quest for a fresh start by treating herself to a stunning new LA pad.
According to E! News, the Oscar-winning actress paid $7 million for the Beverly Hills mansion, which she is actually buying from singer and actress Jessica Simpson. These Hollywood circles, ay?
Set in the private estate of Hidden Hills, the sprawling pad features 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms over 5,550-square-feet.
Tipped as an ideal bachelorette pad (Jessica Simpson moved there after her split with Nick Lachey in 2005) the house was decorated by interior designer Rachel Ashwell of Shabby Chic Couture. The clean but pretty space is packed with gorgeous features from antique chandeliers to re-purposed furniture. See the gallery above for all of the inside images.
‘Ebonised hardwood floors and fabulous crown and base mouldings throughout are just some of the quality details in this romantically emotional home,’ estate agent Sotheby’s say in the home's listing.
The lush gardens feature beautiful floral trellises, a stone courtyard, swimming pool and koi pond.
With a world promotional tour coming up for the final Hunger Games film and a rumoured new romance with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, we’re not even sure how much time Jennifer will have to spend at her new place in the coming months. Well if she ever needs a house sitter…
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