Hollywood A-listers Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have officially offloaded their longtime Coldwater Canyon home — the first property they ever purchased together — for $10.4 million. That’s only a tad more than the $10.2 million the pair paid former Viacom CEO Tom Freston for the house, back in 2014. Records show the buyer of the East Coast-style property is an entity linked to Zach Zalben, a grandson of successful Los Angeles real estate investor Stanley Black of the Black Equities Group.
Tucked away on a gated, half-acre parcel in the mountains of Beverly Hills, within the celeb-studded and guarded community of Hidden Valley, the stone and wood structure was built in 1999. Inside, five bedrooms and six baths are spread across almost 7,400 square feet of living space on three levels punctuated throughout by oak floors and hand-carved moldings.
Highlights include a spacious living room adorned with a fireplace and French doors opening to the backyard, and a step-up formal dining room. A fireside family room connects to a mostly white gourmet kitchen, which is outfitted with a mix of vintage and modern appliances, plus an eat-in island and a breakfast nook sporting a duo of built-in banquettes. There’s also a wet bar and mahogany-paneled office with yet another fireplace.
Upstairs, a cozy master retreat features bay windows, dual-walk in closets, and a luxe bath with a freestanding soaking tub topped by a picture window overlooking treetop views. Three additional ensuite bedrooms on this level have their own walk-in closets. A guest/staff bedroom also can be found on the home’s lower level, along with a temperature-controlled wine room, gym and sauna; outdoors, an al fresco dining veranda is equipped with an outdoor kitchen and bar, and a lagoon-style pool with a grotto and raised spa rests amid a flat grassy yard.
The couple still own a modern custom-built mansion elsewhere in the BHPO area, along with a $10 million oceanfront getaway in the Santa Barbara County town of Carpinteria. Justin Paul Huchel and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland were the listing agents; Christopher Huddleston of The Sher Group repped the buyer.