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Over at Dirt, we can see incredible photos of Ross's vintage 1930s home, which was listed for around $2.3M. Apparently, when Ross first bought the home nearly ten years ago, she paid $910k for it.
We first got a peek into Ross's west coast abode back in 2017, when she invited Vogue to film the estate for their 73 Question video series. During the clip, viewers were treated to all the beautiful touches of Ross's home, as well as her input on how she felt about living in Los Angeles. When asked if she could describe the city in three words, Ross said, “Sunny, work, healthy.”
Back in 2017, Vogue only got a peek into a few of Ross's rooms, including the dark blue living room and the pearly white kitchen. But now, with the home being listed, we get a much closer look at all the fine details of the 49-year-old actress's home.
In the snaps, which are courtesy of Redfin, we can see many other details, including the gorgeous views outside of Ross's windows, the built-in bookshelves in the living room, the ornate detailing on the staircases, the spacious bedrooms, the (second!) kitchen, the backyard patios and more.
While it is unclear where Ross will be moving to, we still love the opportunity to see the space she's been making her own all these years. And with Black-ish wrapping up its final season, we can't wait to see where she heads next.
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