Emma Stone's LA home is equal parts charming and elegant – and it's selling for just under $4 million

The Spanish-style home brings a slice of the Mediterranean to SoCal – take a tour of this historic home

Emma Stone's lounge
(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty)

Fresh off the heels of her award-winning performance in Poor Things, Emma Stone has listed her Spanish-style home in Los Angeles for just shy of $4 million. While the world her Poor Things character, Bella Baxter, inhabited included Gaudi-esque, wacky interiors, Emma's own home is warm and inviting, blending its 1920s heritage with modern additions and restorations. 

The two-story 1926 abode has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, grassy front- and backyards, and a private guesthouse. Highlights include heritage details, like exposed beam ceilings and the tiled courtyard, among plenty of other charms.

Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Emma Stone's house

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff)

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty)

The exterior is modest but refined, featuring a terracotta-tiled walkway leading to the painted, mint-green front door. Green seems to be a main selling point of the home, with the freshly manicured lawn and leafy trees shading the sunny home in the Comstock Hills neighborhood.

Emma Stone's living room

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff)

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty)

The living area is infused with bright pops of color, complimenting the daylight streaming through the windows. Green ceilings contrast against hot pink throw pillows, while house plants and the glass coffee table bring a classy touch to the space. 

Emma Stone's lounge

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff)

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty)

The living space offers much to be admired, but we can't help but note the opposing shapes that make the home feel fluid and charming. The rounded archway softens the room, while the white ceiling beams bring a modern-country aesthetic that feels quintessentially British, despite its Californian zipcode. 

Emma Stone's lounge 2

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff)

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty)

If you've ever wondered whether Emma Stone is a dog or cat person, look no further than her lounge (above) for your answer. A gallery wall of dog paintings hovers over an electric teal couch. The lime green lamps sitting on wicker bar cats on either side of the sofa, along with the patterned throw pillows and coffee table, make this quirky corner delightfully cohesive.

Emma Stone's dining room

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff)

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty)

All white cabinetry, wicker seating, and a long glass dining table make this kitchen bright, airy and inviting. 

Emma Stone's bathroom

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff)

(Image credit: Ryan Lahiff for Sotheby’s International Realty)

A tub with a view – the delicate details in this bathroom, such as the scalloped light fixture and floral painting, add to the calming ambiance of this sunny space.


Eric Lavey of Sotheby’s International Realty – Beverly Hills Brokerage represents Emma Stone.

Hannah Ziegler
News Editor

Hannah is Homes & Gardens’ News Editor, with a focus on celebrity style and entertainment content. She got her start in media as a digital editorial assistant at ELLE Canada, and has since written about lifestyle and culture for publications such as Nylon and i-D.


Her love of film is rivalled only by one with a great soundtrack, and she hopes to someday decorate a Nancy Meyers-worthy kitchen.