Inside Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s $10M Cali Beach House
Check out the interior of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s $10M Cali Beach House!
We are in love with the couple’s new vacation home and we are ready to show it to you too!
We all know that celebrities like to live in some of the most expensive mansions, and that they are often switching homes. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are not an exception of that rule.
The couple has entered the world of celebrities who spent millions on lavish homes. The two, who met while filming “That ‘70s Show”, paid $10 million for the beach house.
Where you can find it?
According to Trulia, the property, located in the beach town of Carpenteria near Santa Barbara, is a true getaway gem.
The 31,000-square-foot house features a master bedroom with a beachy vibe, just because.
What are the house’s features?
The secluded beachfront property boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a lot of outdoor space.
Apart from that beachy vibe, the master bedroom has a muted color palette, which is perfect for relaxing.
According to Trulia, the house is family friendly, which is perfect for the couple who has two children.
Close to the ocean, where you can see every window in the house, the property features incredible views.
What are the house’s other awesome features?
The main house features a recently renovated open concept kitchen that has access to the patio.
A separate guesthouse offers a full kitchen, living room, bunkroom and master bedroom as well as a patio.
The couple and their two kids have their main house in Beverly Hills, but they are more likely to spend most of the summer in this new property.
People already spotted them vacationing in Santa Barbara several times, and now they own a house there. Which can only mean, they are going to visit soon.
Compass’s Pamela Regan had the listing. The Observer reported the sale. Pictures courtesy of Trulia.
Would you have bought the place? What do you like the most about the house? Let us know in the comments below!
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