Carmen Electra Buys Mediterranean Villa in Hollywood Hills
Carmen Electra, former Playboy model and star of parody films (you probably know her best from “Scary Movie,” “Date Movie,” “Epic Movie,” “Meet the Spartans” and “Disaster Movie”), has just purchased a neo-Mediterranean villa for $ 2.685 million in Los Angeles’ Nichols Canyon.
Built in 1986, this exquisite four-bedrooms, five-bathroom, 5,255-square foot home, approximately eight minutes north of Sunset Boulevard in the Hollywood Hills, features crisp custom details, fixtures and finishes with a fully-gated courtyard and turret-styled entry. Three of the bedrooms include en-suite baths, while the fourth bedroom can serve as either a large office or nursery.
The luxurious gourmet kitchen opens into the breakfast room and family room, formal dining room, living room and gym. Meanwhile, a large media room, game room and one-bedroom suite opens to the private pool and patio space.
The home offers mountain views, excellent daylight, and soaring, beamed ceilings throughout.
To help fund this new home, Electra sold her 2,506-square-foot Beverly Hills abode in April for a $ 2.4 million profit! Sold for $ 3,750,000, she originally bought the three-bedroom, four-bathroom home in 2002 for $ 1,350,000.