Diane Keaton fans you’re in luck! The A-Lister’s former Laguna Beach Cottage could be yours for a cool $4.29 million. And it’s just as charming as the actress herself! The five-bedroom, four-full-and-one-half-bathroom retreat was owned and restored by Keaton in the early 2000s.
Today, It Still Exudes A Refined Coastal Charm
According to the Los Angeles Times, Keaton spent two years renovating the interiors of the 1920s bungalow, then put it back on the market in 2003. While we don’t know exactly which of her finishes remain, the historic charmer is definitely outfitted for modern living.
Richly Appointed For Modern Living
Among the highlights are a fabulous shake house clad in bead-board and marble. At the heart of the home, an inviting open floor plan with a gracious living features French doors to front and rear yards for a light and airy space to entertain.
The Ultimate Laguna Beach Escape
In the chef’s kitchen you’ll enjoy built-in stainless appliances, chic subway tiles, and an oversized marble island. Gorgeous hardwoods, marble baths, and generous bedrooms throughout afford the ultimate escape.
Head upstairs for a real treat. Here, two en-suite bedrooms share access to a spectacular rooftop terrace which boasts remarkable coastline views. A lovely carriage house for guests and vintage-style courtyard with tranquil fountain and koi pond add to the appeal.
With A Touch Of Wit And Whimsy
Per the listing, “As you unlatch the courtyard entrance gate, the stress of the world melts away and you fall into the warm and welcoming embrace of an instantly comfortable home with just a bit of wit and whimsy.”
Minutes From The Beach And Village Eats
Parking is also a plus with a garage to hold three vehicles and a fanciful brick and stone driveway with room for four more. Even better, a number of quaint beaches and village restaurants are within a minute or two of your front door! If you’re in the market for a Laguna Beach retreat, this one is tough to beat.
Mike Johnson with Compass has listed 157 Chiquita Street, Laguna Beach, California for $4.29 million.