Bossier Native Jared Leto Lists Hollywood Home For Sale
He’s a movie star, a musician, and a local boy done good. He’s Jared Leto. He’s won an Oscar, a Golden Globe, an MTV Music Award, and many other accolades in his two-decades-long career. Since leaving his native Bossier City, Leto has made quite a name for himself, and has been able to enjoy some of the spoils and splendors of that fantastical life, including living in a very nice home in Hollywood.
Well, as celebrities get bigger and more recognized, they may outgrow their house and want to sell it so that they may move into somewhere even more opulent and reflective of their own self-perceived worth. And Jared Leto is no exception to that rule. The Hollywood Hills home in which he has lived since 2006 is now up for sale, and you can purchase the Cahuenga Pass area estate for a paltry $1.999 Million!
An article in Variety Magazine tells us a little bit about the quaint villa that Jared is leaving behind:
Listing details somewhat generously describe the .29-acre property as a “mini-estate” and indicate the walled, gated and relatively unassuming, vine-encrusted two-story residence measures in at 4,021-square-feet with four bedrooms and three bathrooms that include two master suites with “incredible closet space” and spacious slate-tiled bathrooms.
You can see from some of the pictures below what an amazing little space that $2 Mil will get you.
We here in the SBC are very proud of our locals who have gone on to do great things. Perhaps Jared can throw a big party for all of his buddies back home. He can do it in his new house, as it’s a small step up from his old home of a mere 4,000 sq ft.
Here’s a description of his new home from Variety:
The 1.7-acre spread, all but hidden behind an imposing driveway gate and a dense wall of foliage, has more than 50,000-square-feet of meandering, multi-level interior space that at the time of Mister Leto’s purchase incorporated eight bedrooms, a dozen bathrooms, several kitchens, and at least half of a dozen living and entertaining spaces that ranged in size from cozy to cavernous.
Can we say “SLEEPOVER AT JARED’S HOUSE?!?”