Almost exactly four years after she bought it for $4.64 million, Emilia Clarke is checking out of her residential mansion in Venice Beach.
Sited on one of the most desirable residential streets in all of Venice, the 2,800 sq. ft house was designed by acclaimed Culver City-based architects Abramson Teiger and completed in 2009 for the original owners, who eventually sold the property to Clarke.
The stunning living room boasts 15-ft ceilings, built-in bookshelves that surround a gorgeous fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows and doors on both sides that open to a front patio with 80-year-old olive trees and a courtyard with a 30-ft pool and covered veranda. Dramatic soapstone counters in the kitchen pair with the custom wood cabinetry that runs the length of the first floor, creating a den and office that also opens to the courtyard. The floating staircase leads to both en-suite bedrooms, including the marvelous master retreat that offers a fabulous walk-in closet and spa-like master bathroom.
Gated and designed with privacy in mind, this residence is a secluded escape, located on one of the best streets in Venice, just around the corner from Abbot Kinney and close to the beach. That's also the house where Richard Madden and Froy Gutierrez quarantined back in May.