Christopher Whitelaw Pine (born on August 26, 1980) is an American actor. He has glittering blue eyes and frequently plays malicious, but charming and sympathetic characters. His parents are actors Robert Pine and Gwynne Gilford. His maternal grandparents were Max M. Gilford, who is a president of the Hollywood Bar Association, and also an actress “Anne Gwynne”.

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Chris Pine_©Emma Thrower

Pine won guest roles in several television series and debuted in a feature film in front of Anne Hathaway in The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004). Other roles in cinema and television followed, but he became an international star when he was screened like James T. Kirk in the start-up of the franchise, Star Trek (2009). At the age of 27 at the time of filming, he was the youngest actor to play an essential role in a movie or series “Star Trek”.

If the worst thing that happens in your life is that you are asked the same question several times during a month and people seem interested when they talk to you and want to know about you, think about every day you worked at this restaurant and every day you worked as a delivery boy for Domino’s, every day you were a guest, Every day you bartended and worked till 4:00 in the morning. – Chris Pine 

1. L.A. Bungalow

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L.A. Bungalow_©Redfin

Location: Valley Village, Los Angeles, California
Specifications: 1,805 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms.
Price: $1.4 million

The house has a grassy front courtyard shaded by a gigantic magnolia. A walkway runs across the lawn to the front door, which opens onto a tiny entrance vestibule.

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Living Room at L.A. Bungalow_©Redfin

The dark brown hardwood floor flows throughout the one-storey house, into the living room, which offers a large bay window and false fireplace. The picturesque house highlights a charming interior of two living rooms with parquet floors and a chimney.

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Family Room at L.A. Bungalow_©Redfin

A family room with a real fireplace, and a kitchen with new stainless-steel fixtures, granite countertops, and perfectly ordinary cabinets painted in a decidedly unusual red and white pattern.

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Outdoor dining or lounging at L.A. Bungalow_©Redfin

There is also a loggia for outdoor dining or lounging, and hedges of intimacy for a park atmosphere. The open kitchen features white and red cabinets, stainless steel appliances and room for a dining table and chairs. On the way out, the exterior offers 9,000 square feet of perfect space to relax or entertain.

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Master Bedroom at L.A. Bungalow_©Redfin

The renovated master suite features a sitting area, large windows and a recently renovated bathroom with a walk-in shower and double sink.

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Solar Heated Swimming Pool at L.A. Bungalow_©Redfin

The covered patio is surrounded by environmentally friendly landscaping with artificial turf and a solar-heated swimming pool. The backyard also features a converted 400-square-foot garage or bonus room with a private bathroom and detached hangar which can be converted into a home office.

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Backyard at L.A. Bungalow_©Redfin

Nestled in the back of the lot is a hangar for additional storage, while a driveway around the front can accommodate at least two cars.

2. Los Feliz Residence

Location: Los Angeles, California
Specifications: 2,200 square feet, 3 bedrooms, Swimming Pool, Spa and Wine Cellar.
Price: $3 million

It is European history, private and personalized house on a large plot with a nearly 1-acre apartment with a pool. An island on its own with three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. It has beamed ceilings and a Flagstone Arizona hardwood floor.

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Dining Room_©MLS

Right behind the living room is the dining room which has a concrete floor with a custom tile trim. In addition, it has a collapsed French-style wall of windows that slide open to create a seamless interaction between the interior and exterior.

A dining table similar to a 1950s office, illuminated by a glass hanging lamp, is surrounded by period Emeco aluminium chairs. A coffee table at one end of the room is stacked with more books and a built-in wet bar is a perfect spot for a drinker.   The small but well-equipped kitchen has glossy hardwood floors with custom tiled border, concrete countertops, open shelves

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Garden In the Front yard_©MLS

On the hillside of the house, an extensive terrace leads to art and book-filled office space with Saltillo tile floors. It is rather interesting to climb up about 1/3 of the bottom part of the walls with the rest covered with woven grass wall coverings.

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Living Room_©MLS

The living room is an adjoining patio bringing out.  This property indicates that there is a very lovely small cottage/guest office by the gigantic rectangular pool and an additional office/studio. It looks like it is attached to the detached garage. These fantastic features mean that there’s no need to house guests in the modest-sized main house. There are beautiful humongous windows, and what appears in the photos to be an easy indoor/outdoor flow, perfect for that sunny California lifestyle.

Swimming Pool_©MLS

The large rectangular pool surrounded by irregularly sized slabs is excavated directly in the lawn. A large and meticulously groomed estate is a beautiful sight to behold.

References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Pine

https://www.dirt.com/gallery/entertainers/actors/chris-pine-house-valley-village-1203384479/

https://radaronline.com/photos/chris-pines-lavish-los-feliz-digs/

Author

Juhi Goyal is a budding architect as well as a passionate poet. She believes that as an architect, you should be courageous enough to find something you love. She is a curious learner with the aim to improve her design skills, to maintain her creative spirit. Apart from architecture, she is a poet and has a keen interest in the exploration of new places and people.

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