Olivia Wilde sold her 1920s Silver Lake home in an off-market deal – Rob Report

During their nearly decade-long relationship, Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis have amassed a small collection of gorgeous homes, including a mansion-sized townhouse in Brooklyn and a restored Spanish hacienda in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood.

Property records indicate that those real estate awards were divided after the demise of the acting duo, with the Brooklyn townhouse passing to the Sudeikis and the Silver Lake property being transferred to Wilde’s sole control. Considering that Wilde recently purchased a new multi-million dollar home in Studio City, it’s perhaps not surprising that the “Don’t Worry Darling” director is quietly selling his Silver Lake home. Although it was never on the market, records show the elegant venue was sold for $4.2 million to a little-known entertainment lawyer and his wife.

Back in 2019, Wilde and Sudeikis paid $3.5 million for the 1928 Spanish-style home, which directly overlooks the Silver Lake Reservoir. Originally designed by Frankie Faulkner, one of Los Angeles’ first female architects, the approximately 2,800-square-foot structure was completely redesigned in 2016 by renowned design firm DISC Interiors. While the exterior design remains true, the home’s interior now features a more contemporary, neutral palette, all while retaining many of the original architectural details—arched doors, casement windows, and the living room’s wood-beamed barrel ceiling.

The hillside property is located on 0.13 acres and features a two-car garage and plenty of additional street parking. The low-maintenance courtyard is decorated with native, drought-tolerant plantings — olive trees and various species of cacti, as well as a small patch of grassy lawn and a saltwater pool in the backyard.

Inside, the spacious living room includes an original fireplace and the aforementioned barrel-vaulted ceiling. The elegant eat-in kitchen opens to the dining area and features custom cabinetry and limestone countertops, as well as a mix of vintage and high-end appliances.

Although the Wilde-Sudeikis house appears to be one story from the street front, it cascades mullet-style into three completely separate levels at the rear. On the ground floor is a guest bedroom suite with a private entrance and a cozy wet bar, while the upper level includes the property’s three other bedrooms – two guest rooms that share a bathroom and the home’s completely updated master suite, with a walk-in closet. A double vanity and a deep soaking tub.

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