Actress Connie Britton and producer David E. Windsor have recently spent $5.6 million for a Santa Monica, California mansion. According to ‘Dirt.com,’ the couple split the cost of the residence equally.
All indications are that the couple had to battle for the property, as they ended up paying $600,000 more than the cost its former owners were initially asking for. But it is not surprising that they had to offer more than what they asked for since Britton has achieved economic stability thanks to his work in productions such as “American Horror Story,” “Nashville,” “Friday Night Lights,” and the successful “The White Lotus.” At the same time, Windsor is known for being a producer of “This is Us.”
Britton and Windsor’s new mansion was built in 2016 on an 8,000-square-foot lot. It was designed by Dub Studios and built for entrepreneur Larry Fitzgibbon, founder of the Tastemade video network.
The cost they paid for the property is justified when you see the block facade and the carved exotic wood front door. It also highlights the privacy it offers, thanks to the trees surrounding it.
The main house has an extension of 3,604 square feet distributed over two floors with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a foyer, a living room, a main living room, an office, a dining room, a kitchen, a laundry room, and other amenities.
The interior features large windows and glass walls from which you have a nice view and also helps keep the place illuminated with natural light. The custom-made furniture stands out, and wood is the protagonist’s material.
The kitchen has a large central island with high-end Liebherr and Wolf appliances.
The master bedroom occupies almost the entire second floor, so it has enough space for a large bed, living room, private terrace, dressing room, and bathroom with luxuries such as a steam shower and bathtub.
Outside are well-maintained green areas, a dining area, and enough space to walk around and enjoy the outdoors. A swimming pool is missing, as the outdoor space is not that large.