This is the mansion that Timothée Chalamet bought from Kate Upton

Timothée Chalamet joins a list of stars who have owned this mansion.

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In February of this year it was reported that Kate Upton and Justin Verlander had sold a mansion in Beverly HillsCalifornia, in less than a month.

At the time, the identity of the new owner was not known, nor was the cost paid for the place, but now several media outlets have announced that the happy buyer was Oscar-nominated actor Timothée Chalamet.

The property initially entered the real estate market with a price of $11.75 million dollars, but it was eventually sold for $11 million. Although the figure is less than the couple expected, it was a significant gain compared to the $5.3 million the couple paid for the property in 2016.

Timothee Chalamet’s new mansion was built in 1976 on a 1.55 acre lot. Their main house has an extension of 5,521 square feet distributed in four bedrooms, five bathrooms, hall, kitchen, laundry room, dining room, main room, living room, games room, movie theater, bar, wine cellar and other luxuries.

Timothée Chalamet’s new mansion was built in 1976/ The Grosby Group

Inside the property there are several features such as large windows, French doors, white oak floors, vaulted ceiling and more.

Outside there are extensive green areas such as a terrace, swimming pool, spa area, outdoor dining area, tennis court and other ideal spaces to enjoy the outdoors.

The actor recognized for being part of great productions in recent years, joins a list of stars who have owned this mansion. Among them are: the Grammy-winning saxophonist Kenny Gthe tennis star Peter SamprasHollywood producer Jon Peters and the aforementioned Kate Upton and Justin Verlander.

In addition, Timothee Chalamet will have as neighbors Vin Diesel, John Mayer, Cameron Diaz and Eva Longoria.

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