Once owned by Tom Cruise, the secluded three-acre property offers multiple residences, a resort-like swimming pool, and 180-degree city views.
Eva Longoria has once again cut the asking price of her Hollywood Hills West compound. The award-winning actor, producer, and activist first listed the gated estate in 2017 for $14,000,000, after acquiring it two years prior from fellow film star and Golden Globe–winner Tom Cruise. A year later, she slashed the price to $11,000,000—which is $400,000 less than what she originally paid. Eager to sell, Longoria recently reduced the price even further and is now seeking $9,495,000.
Set on a 2.75-acre lot just above the Hollywood Hills, the Tuscany–inspired compound was built in 2004 and offers a total of four structures: a three-bedroom villa, a four-bedroom guesthouse, and two studios. Plans for a full renovation of the dwellings by architect Mark Rios were recently approved and are included in the sale.
The extensive, gated property is a secluded retreat in the heart of Los Angeles. Stone and gravel walking paths connect the separate structures and outdoor spaces, creating a resort-like. Scroll ahead to take a look around the estate, which is currently listed for $9,495,000.