Monday, October 02, 2006
Kirsten's home on sale
Would you like to live in the house Kirsten lived in as a child?
Then you can buy Dunst’s childhood home for a pricetag of $1.7 million dollars.
Actress Kirsten Dunst’s childhood home is reportedly on the market for 1.7 million dollars.
The single family home was purchased by Dunst’s mother Inez at the time when she was filming the Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt starrer ‘Interview with a Vampire’.
The actress, who debuted in a Woody Allen film in 1989 at the tender age of seven, moved from her New Jersey into this house at the age of 12. Since she was too young to legally purchase a home for herself, this house remains in her mother’s name.
The home made on an area of 300 square feet, which is being shopped under the listing of “home of celebrities”, has three bedrooms, and is located on a private drive in Toluca Lake, Calif, reports TMZ.
Shelley Smith, realtor to the stars, says that Kirsten`s room includes a den at the top of a spiral staircase that was personalised with "Spiderman" movie memorabilia.
He says that pictures of the inner portions of the house have been placed in a photobook on display for the prospective buyers, and that the neighbourhood is a celebrity-rich locale, with inhabitants like the legendary Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.
Dunst’s family moved out of this home six years ago, when she bought her mom, brother and grandmother a new home on Toluca Lake. Zeenews.com
I think that these pictures belong to this on-sale home in San Fernando Valley, whom she moved at age 11 from her first home in Point Pleasant -New Jersey- (Many communities within the San Fernando Valley are part of the City of Los Angeles, like Granada Hills, Lake View Terrace, Mission Hills, North Hollywood, North Hills, Reseda, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Sun Valley, Sunland, Toluca Lake, Woodland Hills, etc.) showing us that Kirsten's sense of housing fashion is less quirky than her wardrobe style.