Margot Robbie Asks $1.2 Million for Hollywood Heights Bungalow
In her success as a film producer, Margot Robbie has likely mastered the skill of sifting through potential projects to select only the most promising ones—a skill that she now seems to be applying to her Los Angeles real estate portfolio. According to Variety, Robbie has listed the two-bed, one-bath bungalow in Hollywood Heights that she purchased from Milk director Dustin Lance Black in early 2018.
The Oscar-nominated actor is asking $1.175 million for the home, for which she initially paid $950,000; in her nearly three years of ownership, Robbie reportedly refinished the hardwood floors, totally renovated and updated the kitchen, and repainted the entire home, inside and out. The hillside house, built in the 1950s, is positioned over a two-car garage and features cobalt blue shutters and trim on the exterior, with matching awnings over the front door and windows.
The 945-square-foot space has open, airy living and dining spaces; a sleek white-tiled galley kitchen; and modestly sized bedrooms that open directly onto the enclosed back patio. The narrow outdoor space includes two tiered terraces built into a hill behind the home, each with enough room for a few chairs and a small café table.
Robbie doesn’t seem to have ever made the compact home her primary residence: Per Variety, it was listed for rent almost immediately after purchase. Instead, Robbie and her husband-slash–producing partner Tom Ackerley likely spend the bulk of their time at one of their other L.A. properties, including the cozy, custom-designed downtown headquarters of their LuckyChap Entertainment production company and their much larger homes in Hancock Park and Venice Beach.