A little over a year after she picked up a 1920s Mediterranean Revival-style estate in Los Feliz, Oscar-nominated actress Kristen Stewart — currently starring in the sci-fi horror movie “Crimes of the Future” — has decided to downsize her hefty real estate portfolio, which also includes a second Los Feliz home, multifamily investment complex in Pasadena and $5.6 million Manhattan penthouse.
Records show the 32-year-old L.A. native has just offloaded the longtime Malibu getaway that she shared with her mother, Jules Mann-Stewart, for $8.3 million. Originally listed for $9.5 million in August 2020, the modern glass and steel structure ultimately went to AMC Networks marketing chief Len Fogge for a still-healthy amount over the $5 million Stewart paid for the place more than 10 years ago, back in September 2011.
Resting on a hillside parcel spanning under a quarter-acre, in the seaside community’s Latigo Beach enclave, the ocean-view digs were originally designed by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects and built in 1993. Included are a four-bedroom, four-bath multilevel main house and one-bedroom, one-bath two-story guesthouse — for a total of 5,800 square feet of open-concept living space boasting decidedly coastal vibes.
Expect a cozy living room sporting a nautically inspired anchor on the floor-to-ceiling fireplace, walls of opaque windows and sliding glass doors that spill out to a slender balcony. Other highlights include an adjacent dining room that connects to a galley-style kitchen outfitted with Bosch, Dacor and KitchenAid appliances, plus wood cabinetry, poured concrete countertops, a walk-in pantry and climate-controlled wine closet.
In addition to a lower-level ensuite guest bedroom just off the two-car garage, and two bedrooms (one being used as a study) that share a Jack-and-Jill bath, there’s also a penthouse-like master retreat equipped with a stone-tiled bath and separate lounge area that leads out to an expansive deck. From there, a suspension bridge heads to the oval-shaped guesthouse, which also has a kitchenette and access to an outdoor hot tub ensconced in greenery.
Brian Parsons of Keller Williams Realty served as the listing agent; the buyer was repped by Brant Didden of Corcoran Global Living.