The sister act is closing up shop, at least on one home. Last week, models and actresses Cara and Poppy Delevingne listed their Hollywood Hills estate for $3.75 million, Mansion Global reports.
The house, built in 1950, was featured in a 2019 profile by Architectural Design following the Delevingnes’ renovations. They claimed it was their “sister dream house” and redesigned it in a colorful, tropical Bohemian style over the past four years.
The white stucco home is covered in a lush vine canopy, disguising the rainbow that lies inside. Upon entry, the foyer is painted a stark emerald green and comes complete with a “rattan monkey chandelier.” Palm leaf wallpaper decks the bar and graces seat cushions inside and outside the home, creating a clean yet lively design.
The monochromatic white makes a reappearance in the kitchen, though the sisters left their colorful mark on each of the home’s four bedrooms with bright, geometric patterns and hand-painted bird wallpaper. Wildest and most charming of all are the queen-sized, bamboo bunk beds in the guest room. The tropical theme carries into a bonus space, which the listing says could be used as a recording studio.
A second-floor, wrap-around balcony provides an overview of the backyard’s pool, spa, barbecue and fire pit. A second dining area is hidden away under the trees near the edge of the property.
Cara, a 28-year-old actress, bought the house with model Poppy, 34, from Cara’s “Suicide Squad” co-star Jared Leto in 2017. We can’t say why the sisters put up their beloved home, but this is a good time to sell a luxury home in the LA market. Prices have actually increased during the pandemic. In January, L.A. county homes between $2 million and $5 million saw the largest activity spike of any price segment.
Photography by: David M. Benett