Back in 2017, Laura Harrier made her major film debut as Peter Parker’s love interest Liz Allan in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” and followed that up with a SAG award nomination for her role as a civil rights activist in Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman.” She then relocated from New York to Los Angeles in hopes of advancing her acting career, picking up contemporary digs in the trendy Silver Lake neighborhood.
Fast-forward to today, and the Chicago native, 32, has since appeared in the Netflix mini-series “Hollywood” and the film “The Starling,” alongside Melissa McCarthy. And now she’s ready to part ways with her L.A. home, which is currently for sale and already in escrow with an unknown buyer, offered at a list price of $3.5 million.
That’s $1 million more than Harrier originally paid for the place, which was mistakenly identified in a previous Dirt article as belonging to OneRepublic’s Brent Kutzle. Though Kutzle did own this house from 2016-2019, it turns out he actually sold it to Harrier in a very clandestine, totally off-market deal for about $2.4 million.
Originally built in 2014, the two-story boxy white structure is fronted by a two-car garage. Inside, four bedrooms and 3.5 baths are spread across 3,200 square feet of Tiffany Howell-designed living space. There’s also a detached one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse with a kitchenette that doubles as a screening room.
Main-level highlights include a spacious living room boasting a curved built-in bookshelf and wood-paneled kitchen outfitted with updated stainless appliances — both spaces of which feature sliding glass doors spilling out to a bougainvillea-lined deck that steps down to the grassy backyard.
Upstairs, the master suite stands out with its walk-in closet/dressing room, private terrace and spa-inspired bath clad in Moroccan tile; outdoors, the oasis-like grounds host the aforementioned guesthouse/screening room, as well as a pool and spa flanked by a cozy built-in bench ideal for lounging.