Vanessa Hudgens Purchases $7.5 Million Studio City Modern Farmhouse
Vanessa Hudgens, an American actress, and singer are among the most successful and well-known figures in the American film and music industries. She has reached an incredible level where she has no competition.
Vanessa Hudgens has moved on to her next interior design project after selling her remodeled Los Feliz house to Ronan Farrow and Jon Lovett in March. According to Dirt, the actress has purchased a 7,249-square-foot property in Studio City.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom structure is adjacent to the very first home that Hudgens acquired in 2008, while she was at the height of her High School Musical stardom. The celebrity paid $7.5 million on her new modern farmhouse-style residence, which was built in 1963 but refurbished this year.
Hudgens is certain to leave an indelible stamp on the property, as it is decorated in contemporary white and warm woods, making it an ideal canvas for her.
“I wanted to ensure that everything I was doing would contribute to the history,” Hudgens told AD of the substantial renovations she performed on her former home. I find beauty in homes that have been passed down and bear the marks of prior inhabitants.
The home's interior features a spacious, open floor plan filled with sunlight through skylights, expansive windows, and balconies that offer panoramic views of the San Fernando Valley. The central wooden staircase is illuminated by modern LED track lighting.
A contemporary take on wood-paneled walls provides antique warmth to the room on the second floor. In the backyard, a big infinity pool with a Baja shelf is surrounded by a luxuriously expansive terrace.
In the master suite, a series of tall glass doors lead to a bright terrace, and a sleek dressing area is outfitted with bespoke wooden cabinetry. The big soaking tub in Hudgens's en suite bathroom is undoubtedly an attraction. “The first night I'm home in L.A., I take a bath,” the actress told AD during a tour of her prior residence. “I usually enjoy the initial soak.”