When a Gold Coast girl hits the big time and moves to L.A. to become one of Hollywood’s biggest names, there’s one thing you know (or hope): that she may now be moving in circles with the rich and famous—and may also be both of those things—but at heart, she’s still a low-key Aussie.
That sentiment rings true for Margot Robbie, who, though she’s an Oscar-nominated actress and one of the most sought-after women in film, opts to stay out of the limelight as much as possible. Instead, Robbie lives a relatively under-the-radar life in L.A. with her British film producer husband, Tom Ackerley.
The 31-year-old rarely ever posts on social media—in fact, she announced she’s totally off the app now in June—and spends most of her time behind the camera working with her friends on their production company, Lucky Chap. Further proof of Robbie’s low-key lifestyle comes courtesy of her Hancock Park home, which, though it’s undoubtedly stunning and, naturally, incredibly chic, is miles away from the wild extravagance we’ve come to expect from A-list stars.
Just last month, Cara Delevingne took Architectural Digest through her Hollywood Hills home, which is so huge and expansive that there’s a room dedicated just to dress-up costumes. (There’s also a ball pit, a vagina wall and a sex room—but that’s for another time). Meanwhile, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have a 10-foot-tall crystal chandelier in their barn.
Similar to Dakota Johnson, whose Architectural Digest home tour is like a visual meditation, Robbie’s home is the perfect amount of celebrity (yes, she also has a chandelier), while still being low-key (there are no vagina walls, that we can see).
Located in the Los Angeles suburb of Hancock Park, the 3364 square-foot (approximately 312.5 square-metre) two-floor home, which Robbie bought in 2017, is now on the market for almost USD $3.5 million (approx. AUD $4.76 million), according to celebrity property listing website Dirt.
The real estate images show Robbie’s light-filled, white-walled four-bedroom abode, which includes a polished marble fireplace and a charcoal formal dining room. The kitchen has a Carrara marble sink and a six-seat counter, leading down to a navy circular couch underneath a huge black chandelier, coffered ceilings, black-framed glass doors and a swing that hangs next to another polished marble fireplace.
Upstairs, the master bedroom comes complete with a private balcony, a marble bath and fitted walk-in closet (no doubt, for all of Robbie’s Chanel). In the backyard, what was once a two-car garage has since been converted into an open-air cabana, paired with a swimming pool with a yellow diving board, spa and a small patio that features a bar and a pool bath.
Robbie, if you need a housesitter until you sell, we volunteer as tribute.