Actor Mena Massoud, the star of Disney’s live-action “Aladdin” movie, recently paid $2.2M for a newly built modern farmhouse that had been on the market for just over a week, according to the LA Times.
Gated and landscaped, the property comes with a two-story home, a detached guesthouse and an amenity-packed backyard with a swimming pool, spa and gardens.
Stained wood accents break up the black-and-white color palette both inside and out. Through double doors, the home enters directly into an open floor plan with a marble kitchen, dining area and designer living room complete with pocketing doors and a drop-down movie screen. Glass wine storage is tucked under the staircase.
The master suite sits upstairs. One of four bedrooms and four bathrooms, it expands to a marble bathroom touched up with gold and a private covered balcony with neighborhood views. The floor plan spans 3,850 square feet. Outside, the chic guesthouse adds tray ceilings wrapped with LED lights and a wine cooler. Both structures expand to wood patios overlooking the pool.
Massoud, 28, was born in Egypt before moving with his family to Canada as a child. He landed brief roles in the shows “Nikita” and “Combat Hospital” before starring in the titular role of 2019’s “Aladdin,” which grossed over $1 billion worldwide.
For pictures of this stunning home, visit The LA Times website.