After a little under 2 years on the marketplace, Sandra Bullock’s stunning Tybee Island house has actually formally discovered a purchaser. The home, which makes up a 3,360-square-foot primary home and a nearby 2,848-square-foot visitor home, cost $4.175 million. Positioned on almost 3 acres at the northern end of the unique beach town, Bullock’s Georgia house has all the features of an ideal holiday trip. In reality, when it was placed on the rental market in 2018, the listing recognized the house as a prime area to expect dolphins.
The primary home boasts 7 bed rooms and 5 and a half restrooms expanded over 2 stories, with the primary flooring committed to amusing. The living-room includes a double-height ceiling with a majestic brick fireplace flanked by checking out nooks, while the lovely kitchen area has counter seating. The primary suite is uncommonly situated on the ground flooring, and has its own sitting space and a freestanding claw-foot tub in the en suite restroom. A den, screened-in patio, and a few of the visitor bed rooms lie upstairs.
The visitor home had an extra 3 bed rooms, a complete kitchen area with dining area, and a living-room with a modern-day fireplace. A recreation room, grill, and crow’s nest are best for taking pleasure in the ocean views.
The premises in between the 2 structures likewise include a basketball court, a big swimming pool and day spa, an outside shower, and personal beach gain access to. Bullock has actually apparently been seeking to lighten her property portfolio over the last few years– however she still keeps significant holdings. In late 2018, she offered a $2.925 million cattle ranch situated near the historical Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, however she still keeps an estate in Beverly Hills; 2 condominiums near the Sundown Strip; an apartment or condo in New york city City; a ski house in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; and homes in Austin and New Orleans.