With his wedding to Pop sensation, Katy Perry, on the horizon, English Lord of the Rings actor, Orlando Bloom, is selling the house he bought in Beverly Hills, after an extensive renovation.
He had planned on living in the home, as Hollywood’s Number 1 bachelor pad, before he proposed to Perry on Valentine’s Day.
Though there is much speculation about when and where the marriage will take place, neither the date nor location has been announced and Bloom, 42, has now put his house on the market, priced at $8.99 million.
Bloom is well known for his roles, as Legolas, in the ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy and Will Turner in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl’ and ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.’
He likes to mix things up and returns, occasionally, to stage-acting, but soon he will be filming a war drama, ‘The Outpost’, with Scott Eastwood and Caleb Landry Jones.
Located on “Billionaires’ Row”, with stunning views over the city and ocean, the 4,011-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath contemporary exemplifies the indoor-outdoor living that characterizes the celebrity lifestyle, up and down the California coast.
The wide sweep of the open floor plan, sliding walls of glass and lightly-defined living areas, supply Hollywood drama — sunken living room conversation pit with views of the zero-edge pool and spa, outdoor dining and conversation areas.
All in sparkling white, from walls to furniture, the house is a perfect setup for art collections, and of a size to entertain on an intimate or large scale.
Built in the 1960s, Bloom added a new pool and reinforced it with caissons, installed 50 feet underground. He also added wood decking, built-in seating, LED lighting, a romantic fire feature behind the pool and reconfigured the kitchen to open to the dining room.
The master bath opens, through a sliding glass door, to a private, walled deck that invites au naturel sun bathing. The grounds are beautifully landscaped for privacy and pleasure.
The listing agent is Jason Oppenheim, of the Oppenheim Group, who also sold Bloom the house, two years ago. Oppenheim and his real estate team are the subject of the new Netflix original series hit, ‘Selling Sunset’.
Courtesy of TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.