You Can Live Like Katharine McPhee For $1.5 Million

The singer and actress just put her home on the market.

 Katharine McPhee Is Officially Selling Her LA Home

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If you’ve ever wanted to live in a star-studded neighborhood, here’s your chance: According to Trulia, Katharine McPhee is listing her Toluca Lake property for $1.5 million. It may not be affordable, but it’s a small price to pay for the benefit of calling A-listers like Viola Davis, Steve Carell, Melissa McCarthy, and Sia (to name a few) your neighbors.

Of course, the 2,039 sq ft home’s stunning features also help justify the price. While the single-story house was built in 1945, it was completely renovated to include dark hardwood floors. Hidden behind gates and a brick path entry, McPhee’s home features decor by Jonathan Adler and plenty of natural light throughout.

 An Inside Look At Katharine McPhee's Home

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There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms in this spacious home, with two of the bedrooms currently functioning as guest bedrooms. The master suite’s vaulted ceilings, French doors leading to a side yard, and gorgeous en suite bathroom (seriously, look at that bathtub) offer all sorts of luxury.

Equally impressive is the living area, which encompasses a cozy living room that comes with a fireplace, bay window, and a spacious kitchen completely outfitted with a center island and chef-level appliances. If one fireplace isn’t enough, don’t worry, the kitchen comes with a built-in one too.

 

 Peek Inside Katharine McPhee's Home

photography by EXP REALTY


In addition to an indoor dining room, there’s a courtyard in the backyard that serves as a dining terrace. Ideal for summer entertaining, it’s hidden away in a quiet corridor and accompanied by a wall of greenery and trees for extra privacy.

The star of the outdoor space would have to be the massive pool and spa, perfect for soaking up the California sun. Interested in the property? The listing is held by My Property Experts.

Published on July 24, 2017 - 4:54pm EDT

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