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Mischa Barton Puts Her Beverly Hills Home on the Market

Mischa Barton Lists Her Beverly Hills Mediterranean Manse

Mischa Barton's high-paid days as Marisa Cooper are long over, and unfortunately her career hasn't picked up as she expected it might when she left The O.C. after its third season. So the mortgage on the 7,600-square-foot, six-bedroom, 10-bath Beverly Hills home she scooped up in 2005 is one that I suspect she simply can't afford, and she's listed it on the market for $8.4 million. Seeing as she bought the property at the height of her fame for $6.4 million, she's set to make a pretty penny on this one if her asking price is met.

In a past interview about her home, Mischa said, "When I arrived in LA, I looked at 10 houses. This was the last one on the list. It was a little beyond my price expectations, but I immediately fell in love with it. It's almost as if I would be living in the country. There's no traffic, no loud cars, simply heavenly quiet."

The house boasts two detached guest suites, a lush courtyard, a large terrace, a pool, and beautiful Mediterranean architectural details. Barton's décor choices, are on the other hand, are less crave worthy. She's washed it with a peach and neutral palette, and outfitted it with gaudy, gold tables and ostentatious, swagged valances. I expected so much more from a fashionista like Mischa! Check out the photos and tell me what you think.

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itsallabouttheg itsallabouttheg 7 years
well, it's certainly lovely on the outside. why exactly did a single, 19 year old need 7600 square feet?
mslewis mslewis 7 years
Even if she doesn't have a mortgage there are still property taxes to pay, which are probably very high, and also the house has to be maintained (pool, plants, etc.). So, even without a mortgage, there is still a lot of money going into that house. I love the house itself but the interior is not my style at all. I'm much older than Mischa but the interior style looks too old even for me!! But, as someone said, it may have been staged and Mischa might not even be living there now. As for the selling price . . . she will be lucky to get back what she paid for it. The L.A. market is still down.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
As nice as I think the property is, personally, it's not my taste. It's too mainstream, arch digest to me. As far as higher-end property goes, it's ordinary.
Asche Asche 7 years
Casa, are you sure that the horrible interior isn't the work of a stager? It all looks so old for someone so young!
eastcoastgirl eastcoastgirl 7 years
What a lovely home!
Home Home 7 years
True! But really, it's just speculation. I don't know whether she has a mortgage or not . . .
nikkeeb nikkeeb 7 years
i love it, too! not crazy for the interior decor, and it kind of looks like a bunch of different houses (i can't visualize the layout), but it's beautiful and the landscaping is amazing. meanwhile, i don't understand why movie/tv/music stars EVER get a mortgage! i heard michael jackson had one, too. that's just insane when you can pay for the whole thing in cash...
kimmieb124 kimmieb124 7 years
I love the look of this home. I can see why she fell so in love with it.
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