Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have listed their Hollywood Hills home for $1.995 million.
Legend bought the Asian-inspired home in 2007, and now that the lovebirds have just celebrated their first year of wedded bliss, perhaps they felt it was time to upgrade.
Built in the early 1960s, the beautiful 2,000-square-foot home boasts three bedrooms—one of which was converted to a custom-built recording studio. The home features unique handmade furnishings, and the backyard is a haven with fountains, an outdoor bathing area and a tranquility pond. The chic interior includes cathedral-style ceilings, basalt stone and baked oak flooring, and hand-made teak cabinets.
Celebrity interior designer Don Stewart was hired to add an earthy modern aesthetic to the already gorgeous abode.
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In 2013, the couple spoke to Architectural Digest about their home.
"This house has all the qualities I strive for in my own work. It's subtle and beautiful, but it packs a modern punch," Legend told the magazine.
The Hollywood Hills home is the couple's secondary residence — their primary residence is in New York. Legend and Teigen have reportedly been hunting for a larger home in Los Angeles, so perhaps a permanent move to the West Coast is on the horizon.
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Legend recently told the Wall Street Journal that the couple is looking to expand, leading to speculation that Legend may mean they are thinking of expanding their family. Teigen has said that she wants "a lot of babies" with her husband.
Still, it's going to be hard for the couple to part with their home in the hills.
“If we could have the twice-as-big version of this place, we would get it,” the Grammy Award-winning singer said. “We love the feel of this home.”
— Curbed (@Curbed) October 17, 2014