Armie Hammer Lists Century-Old Tudor-Style Mansion in L.A.



Earlier this year, Armie Hammer and his wife, Elizabeth Chambers, made headlines when they announced that they had decided to legally separate after 10 years of marriage. It makes sense, then, why the Call Me By Your Name actor and the Bird Bakery owner, who share two children, have hastened to list the 100-year-old Tudor-style mansion they purchased together in February 2019.

According to Variety, it’s currently on the market for $5.8 million. Situated in L.A.’s charming Hancock Park neighborhood, the home spans 6,275 square feet and features seven bedrooms and six bathrooms spread out across three floors. The exterior retains much of its original 1920s charm, with leaded glass windows and red brick exteriors, though the interiors are upgraded and now boast a more modern, neutral-toned aesthetic. 

Set behind tall mature trees and shrubbery, the ultraprivate house opens onto a grand double-height entryway that leads directly into a stunning formal living room with a redone floor-to-ceiling fireplace and original wood beams. The wood-paneled dining room on the other side of the entryway is more of a classic space, with a wall of French windows and intricate ceiling molding.

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The ground floor also hosts an impressive, modern kitchen with slate gray marble countertops and white cabinetry; a more casual breakfast nook with built-in shelves; a window-lined family room; and a library with its own fireplace. The second floor is where most of the bedrooms are located, including the spacious main suite, which boasts its own fireplace, a sitting area, two walk-in closets, and a spalike bath with a separate wood-lined steam sauna.

It is not entirely clear where Hammer and Chambers each plan to settle next, but in August, the Rebecca actor shared on Instagram that he’s been living with a friend named Ashton Ramsey and helping him with construction projects.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest

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