Chrishell Stause just scored her very first house since moving out of the Encino marital home she shared with ex Justin Hartley.
At an impressive $3.3 million, the “Selling Sunset” star found herself landing a bargain on the four-bedroom, 4½-bathroom Hollywood Hills pad that was initially listed at nearly $4 million when the home first hit the market back in October.
Stause, 39, went into contract on the property last month. The sale closed on June 10, according to property records.
And who else better to represent her in the transaction than her very own boss and co-star, Jason Oppenheim, of The Oppenheim Group?
Built in 1964, the home has since undergone modern renovations and spans over 3,300 square feet of living space.
Features of the home include European oak flooring throughout, a chef’s kitchen with premier Wolf and Sub Zero appliances opening to a great room with expansive, unobstructed views of the canyon and city, according to the listing.
The master suite includes a bath with extensive Italian calacatta marble and a steam shower and soaking spa tub.
Exterior features include a heated pool and spa with a poolside cabana, bathroom and two outdoor fireplaces.
The house also comes with a security entry system by Door Bird and Sonos sound system.
Following her sudden divorce, she first moved into a much smaller, fully furnished, one-bedroom apartment rental in the Hills.
Hartley still owns the massive six-bedroom, eight-bathroom Encino home they purchased in March 2019 for $4.65 million.
They were married on October 28, 2017. In November 2019, Hartley filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. Stause filed for dissolution of the marriage in December 2019. The divorce was finalized in January.
Hartley, 44, has since married his former “Young and the Restless” co-star Sofia Pernas.