Drew Barrymore Montecito House Is $7,500,000
Drew Barrymore Montecito California House
Celebrity Real Estate News is that Drew Barrymore’s Montecito, California house is listed for $7,500,000. The real estate listing describes the house as a classic two-story estate, but reminds me more of a sprawling ranch. The house sits on 2 lovely acres with a grove of citrus and avocado trees (yes please), and gardens. You may have heard Drew recently married Will Kopelman. The nuptials for this third times the charm were held in the backyard of this house.
It was built in 1937 and has traditional touches with a retro-look kitchen. I like the two-story guest house, the entry, wood floors, and the covered porch that wraps across the back of the house. As far as celebrity real estate goes, the Montecito house is not a huge palace like my Joan River’s Penthouse post, but is a very lovely home.
I give kudos to Drew how she pulled herself up and out of the drug and alcohol scene when she was younger and is now so successful and apparently happy. Crazy Lindsay Lohan needs to be mentored by Drew and get herself together, but it is not looking any to promising for Lohan these days.
Drew Barrymore’s net worth is $125 million.
Now that Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman are happily married and have little Olive to care for, I guess it’s time to move on and put this house on the Celebrity real estate market. Good for us as we get to lookie-look…..
I do love this home. It comes in at a spacious 6,000 square feet. I am partial to rolling ranches of which this house apparently is not according to the listing; nevertheless, it has the look.
Simple, easy outside front entrance. There are 6 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms, and a partial bath of which no bathrooms and only a few bedrooms are shown in the real estate listing.
Gorgeous entryway. Hey Lucy…I’m home.
Large great room with funky sofas. Nice dark wood floors.
Patio and covered porch. A lot of relaxing comfortable furniture.
Dining room table seats 12, two roosters, and some fun fur throw rugs.
Retro yellow and white checked kitchen floor. I count seating for nine around the yellow island, and two retro refrigerators, two ovens, and I spy a eat-in kitchen area in the back of the photo to the left of the blue retro refrig.
Baby Olive’s bedroom perhaps? This is a downstairs bedroom.
Upstairs bedroom with balcony.
Guest house is on the right and I am not sure what part of the house is on the left, but it’s adorable.
Guesthouse is above the garage and this romp room is in the lower area.
See more of Drew Barrymore’s house in Montecito at the prestigious Celebrity real estate Sotheby’s Homes
UPDATE: As of September 9, 2013, the price for Drew’s beautiful Montecito home is now 6.9 million, per the Trulia blog.
Oct. 30 2013 – Drew’s home has now sold for 6.35 Million- way to go Drew!
Sources: Celebrity Net Worth and Sotheby’s
Celebrity Real Estate Jeremy Renner’s Mansion is quite the opposite to Drew Barrymore’s house, as it is an architectural wonder to behold.
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Thanks for the comment that enabled me revisit this little gem again.
your right she should mentor lohan oh well people have to want to help themselves thanks so much for the great tour its a stunning home
Cribs? Now I have to find this show and see it Maude. Thanks for the tip.
Hi Sue, Business is not bad right now:) Have you ever seen that show on MTV called “Cribs”? It features some of the most hideous houses I’ve ever seen in my life. They look like sterile operating rooms. Give me a spooky old Victorian house anytime:)
Hi Maude, how are the Doggie Bows doing? I agree about mod homes looking cold and uninviting and Drew Barrymore is becoming a class-act. Oh poor Lohan and her troubles. I really liked her as an actress.
That is a gorgeous house. So many of the celebrity houses that I see in California are so ultra-mod that they look cold and uninviting. I wonder how far Oprah lives from her? Regarding Lohan, you can’t really be surprised by her behavior because her parents seem just as screwed up as she is; very sad.
She’s all grown up, a bit quirky, but full of bubbles and happiness.
I like this house, and it’s simplicity. Which is surprising to me at how simple it is for someone like her. I always thought she was a tad wilder than what her home appears to be. Shows that I should never judge a book by it’s cover.
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