Her California mansion is almost as bright and sunny as she is.
But four years after purchasing the stunning property in Malibu, actress Emma Stone (33) has decided to sell it.
The Oscar-winning actress recently listed her home for $4,2 million (about R66,3m) and according to real estate experts, it's not a bad price for an area where most homes sell for more than $5m (about R79m).
The home, situated on about 1,2 hectares of land, has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and boasts exquisite ocean views.
Eric Lavey of Sotheby's International Realty describes it as the “classic 1958 California mid-century, hanging over the Pacific”.
“It’s the Malibu beach house they would choose for a Nancy Meyers movie,” Eric adds.
The newly renovated one-storey house is surrounded by eucalyptus and yucca trees and other greenery.
As you walk inside you are greeted by beautiful white open spaces, ceilings and walls that make the home feel light and peaceful.
The bedrooms, which sit on the end of the home, are each connected to a wrap-around terrace and the bathrooms are adorned with blue, yellow and gold trimmings, which give them a modern feel.
The home, which has floor-to-ceiling windows, boasts a recreation room as well as an art studio.
According to Robb Report, Emma bought the Malibu property in 2018, the same year she bought a Manhattan apartment.
The following year she bought a home in Los Angeles.
But the Cruella actress is said to be giving up her Malibu house after deciding to put down permanent roots with her husband, Dave McCary, and their one-year-old daughter, Louise Jean McCary, in Austin, Texas.
According to Dirt.com, the La La Land actress’ Austin home, which she bought last year, is a traditional style house with four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
Experts say though Emma's Malibu residence is not the biggest and flashiest in the area, it is likely to sell pretty quickly because of its enviable location.
SOURCES: EONLINE.COM, DIRT.COM, ARCHITECTURALDIGEST.COM, PEOPLE.COM, ROBBREPORT.COM