(NEW YORK) — Reese Witherspoon has put her Spanish Colonial estate in Ojai, California on the market for a cool $10 million. The Oscar-winning actress married CAA talent agent Jim Toth at the estate on March 26, and she has owned it since 2008. The sprawling seven-acre estate was partially designed by famed architect Wallace Neff and was just featured on the September cover of Elle Décor.
Billy Rose, the president of The Agency, who has the listing told The Hollywood Reporter, “What I love about it is that it is so period and it has so much character and charm to it. There is century-old hardware and fixtures that were forged on the property — it is just so authentic.”
The property features a four-bedroom house, horse stables, a carriage house, three guest cottages, and a pool. It was previously owned by interior designer Kathryn Ireland, and before that by director Harold Ramis. Witherspoon, earned her best actress Academy Award for her role as June Carter in the 2005 film, Walk the Line.
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