See inside Emma Stone’s $4 million Los Angeles home for sale

Emma Stone’s house is looking for a new owner.

The “Poor Things” star recently listed her Los Angeles mansion for nearly $4 million — and it’s just as bright and bubbly as her personality.

The 3,276-square-foot home, which is located in the Comstock Hills area of LA’s Westwood neighborhood, boasts four bedrooms and four full bathrooms, according to its listing on Sotheby’s International Realty.

Built in 1926, the Spanish-style abode has been recently renovated and features an airy kitchen filled with natural light and double-height vaulted ceilings.

The kitchen, which is big enough for a six-person dining table, leads to a small seating area, which opens up to a charming patio.

Built in 1926, the Spanish-style home has four bedrooms and four full bathrooms across 3,276 square feet. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty
It also has a guest house with its own laundry. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty

Another seating area captures the colorful and refreshing essence of the house with a light-green tiled ceiling, fireplace and arched doorways.

One of the home’s bathrooms echoes the energy of the living room with a light-green wallpaper, an arched built-in shelf and a clawfoot bathtub.


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The kitchen is filled with natural light and features double-height vaulted ceilings. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty
A stunning bathroom boasts a built-in arched shelf and a clawfoot bathtub. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty

Yet another attractive feature is the guest house, which includes a living room, kitchen and bedroom with its own laundry area.

Stone, 35, stayed in the home whenever she traveled to Los Angeles, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Her 2-year-old daughter, Louise Jean, likely spent some time at the residence, as the listing shows a crib in what appears to be a second-story room with a small balcony.

The kitchen gives way to a small seating area, which leads to a pretty patio. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty
The home’s main living space offers lime-green tiling and arched doorways. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty
The entire house was decorated with artwork and bright colors. Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty

The Oscar-winning actress shares Louise with her husband, comedian and writer Dave McCary.

Last year, she offloaded another home in Malibu for just over $4.4 million.

She reportedly still has residences in Austin, Texas, and New York City.