Jennifer Love Hewitt listed two of her homes earlier this year — one for sale and one for rent — so the news that “The Client List” actress just picked up a new home is no surprise.
According to property records and a report from The Real Estalker, Hewitt paid $3.25 million for a super modern pad in Pacific Palisades. The property was first listed for $3.399 million in early February and reported a pending sale — assumably due to Hewitt’s bid — in mid-March.
The home was previously owned by 7 for All Mankind jeans co-founder Peter Koral, who sold the high-end denim company for a hefty sum in 2007.
The same year, the house was designed by local architect Melinda Gray using contemporary wood and glass. The kitchen includes top-of-the-line, energy-efficient appliances and, like many modern homes, the floor plan is open, leading to a sleek outdoor living space. The home boasts both a rooftop deck and a private patio, which has a pool and lounging area complete with a fire pit and flat-screen TV.
Hewitt first burst on the Hollywood scene in the mid-90s with her role on “Party of Five.” From there, she released a CD and starred in a few teen films, including “I Know What You Did Last Summer.”