Vanessa Hudgens’ 1920s Los Feliz Home Appears in Architectural Digest


Vanessa Hudgens‘ gorgeous Los Feliz home has been featured extensively in Architectural Digest thanks to its rich history and stunning decor. Although the 33-year-old actress and singer acquired the luxurious estate from the legendary actor Gary Oldman, the Georgian-style mansion’s roots date back to the early 1920s. While Hudgens didn’t list the property on the open market before his tenure, he graciously offered Architectural Digest a tour of the 3,168-square-foot home in California in October. The High School Musical star posted photos of the photoshoot on Instagram. Built by the legendary filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille in 1922 for his mistress, silent movie actress Julia Faye, the house is commonly known as “Little DeMille.” The stately colonial house still retains its original features. However, Hudgens added her touches while at the same time preserving the building’s character and old Hollywood charm. Besides the three bedrooms and four bathrooms of the main house, the property includes a one-bed, one-bath guest house initially built as a carriage house but is now used by Hudgens as her hangout room. The former Disney star kept all of her Teen Choice Awards and much of her vintage book collection in a room with walls filled with shelves. Hudgens was most drawn to the expansive lawn “that feels like a park” and the secret garden on the vine-covered, walled, and gated property.

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