Actress Jen Landon is selling her California townhouse for $1.75 million. The architectural home sits in one of the most coveted pockets of Venice. It's a treasure trove of home decor ideas.
Jennifer Landon is best known for her role as Teeter on the Paramount Plus series Yellowstone, but we think her California casual interiors are another accolade to be celebrated. Explore the ultra-stylish property below.
Jen's former residence was built in 2009 to be stylish and eco-friendly. The listing, held by Katie Crain and John Podhor at Compass, describes the home as 'a true work of art,' and it's true. The private house is set back from the street by bamboo hedges offering a tranquil energy despite the home's prime location. Off the primary bedroom, a sprawling deck offers 350-degree views of the California landscape.
Staging by The Platform Home enhances the flowing sense of rhythm in the home. For instance, the two-bedroom and two-bathroom townhouse is spread out over two floors with a seamlessly connected floor plan. Bedrooms open to the bathrooms in the light-filled mid-century modern home. Jen Landon clearly knew what she was doing with this house design.
The Yellowstone actress's bathrooms are refreshingly modern. The primary bathroom is en-suite to the primary bedroom with chic green tiles, a luxurious soaking tub, a rain shower, and a double vanity. The guest bathroom has its own rain shower enclosed in contemporary glass walls.
Similarly, Jen's open-concept kitchen and dining room idea proves that connecting these two spaces is always a practical design choice. White walls, open balconies, and large windows make the room feel massive, bright, and airy. The Yellowstone star proves here that she isn't one to overlook the details.
The connected den looks like the perfect cozy living room idea. By grouping furniture in a conversational way, Jen Landon's living room invites guests to sit, stay a while, and have a chat. The lack of barriers throughout the home creates good feng shui, endowing Jen's former home with a warm and welcoming feel despite the cool color palette.
If you are a lover of California casual style, enjoy open-concept design, and have $1.75 million to spare, Jen Landon's former home just might be for you.
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I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.
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