Bradley Cooper Long-time Los Angeles bungalow is being sold for $2.4 million.

After living in the coastal Los Angeles district of Venice for over 20 years, A-list actor Bradley Cooper has put his sweetly picturesque hideaway on the market for $2.4 million. 

According to property records, the Oscar-nominated actress purchased the 1920s bungalow in 2004 for just under $1.2 million. The two-bedroom house is extremely private—a must-have

amenity for celebrities—thanks to its rich landscaping, which shields it from prying eyes while also making it look like something out of a storybook. 

Inside, the natural beauty is maintained. Mr. Cooper, 48, worked with interior designer Santillana de Chanaleilles to decorate the room, which has details like reclaimed-wood ceilings and concrete floors. 

“This residence is one of a kind,” said listing agent Diana Braun of Compass in an emailed statement. She put the house up for sale last week.  

Indoor/outdoor living reigns supreme in classic California style. French doors lead to the outside, flooding the house with light,

especially in the home's center, an open-plan living, dining, and kitchen space with an expansive concrete breakfast bar and a fireplace.

A large wall of glass pulls back in the primary bedroom suite to provide access to the garden.

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