Oct 18, 2016 05:47 AM EDT
‘GOT’ Actress Emilia Clarke Buys $4.64 Million Home in California [VIDEO]
Emilia Clarke bought a property worth $4.64 million at the Venice, CA, real estate. The "Game of Thrones" actress had purchased the property which was constructed in 2009.
The new home has two bedrooms, and three bathrooms. It has a total area of 2,817 square feet. The "Game of Thrones" Mother of Dragons star has chosen the sun-drenched West Coast area, according to Forbes.
Although Clarke grew up in the United Kingdom, her rise to stardom in Hollywood has brought her to invest in a home in the sunny California. This structure embodies a modern take on architecture, and might be every architect's dream, Elle Australia reported.
The house is of modern design, which uses natural light as its main vantage point. Architects from Abramson Teiger have saw to it that natural light will be present in every room of the house, thus, creating a feel of serenity. Its living room features high ceilings, with tall bookcases that expand from the floor up to the ceilings into a wall of sliding glass doors. Its outdoor area has a garden, a lounge, and a 30-foot swimming pool. All of these are ideal elements for relaxation.
The kitchen has soapstone countertops which were blended with a marble backsplash. The cabinets were made of customized wood and there was also an island which is meant for food preparation.
In the second floor, the master suite offers a stunning view of the garden and the pool. There is also a walk-in custom-designed closet meant for Emilia's wardrobe collection pieces. The property is situated in an area surrounded with old olive trees that has grown for 80 years within a luscious landscape.
Modern architectural style seems to be a top pick for GOT stars. Clarke's co-star Lena Headey has also purchased her own property in San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, CA way back in 2014.
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