Here's How Much Mila Kunis And Ashton Kutcher Sold Their Home For

After nearly two years on the real estate market, married celebrity couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have officially sold their Beverly Hills newlywed mansion for approximately $10.4 million. With a slight gain, the former stars of "That '70s Show" originally purchased the stately home for $10.2 million from previous Viacom CEO Tom Freston in 2014. This was the first home that Kunis (38) and Kutcher (43) purchased while newly engaged (about eight years ago). Their initial asking price was $14 million in the spring of 2020, per Realtor. Subsequently, the price decreased by $1 million, thus it was offered at $13 million. By fall of that same year, the price continued to decline with a sale offer of $12.25 million and/or it was available to rent for $49,000 per month. Following these variations, real estate records show that the magnificent manor has been formally sold to Zach Zalben, grandson to prosperous real estate investor Stanley Black of the Black Equities Group in Los Angeles, according to Dirt.

The traditional, East coast-style home is nestled in the charming, secured community of Hidden Valley in Beverly Hills, CA. Built in 1999, the "Modern Family" style property sits on 0.53 acres in the opulent Beverly Hills Post Office Neighborhood. With 7,351 square feet, the two-story, single-family home consists of five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It also features plenty of indoor and outdoor space, including a mahogany-paneled office, temperature-controlled wine room, gym, sauna, pool, spa, and outdoor kitchen and bar.

Inside the charming Hidden Valley home

The Hidden Valley property appears warm and inviting inside and out. The front exterior is enchanting with its partial stone façade and wooden shutters and structure, along with exquisite picture windows that lighten up the home naturally throughout. The interior is bright and luxurious all the way with oak flooring, custom moldings, and French doors that lead to the backyard, per Realtor. Modern elegance astounds from the overall living space by the formal living room, dining room, and family room with fireplace and wet bar, plus a guest bedroom on the lower level. The kitchen area is brilliant and spacious, while featuring a comfy breakfast nook and banquette to one side and a stairway to the next level on the other. Upstairs, there are four en-suite bedrooms, including a master suite that showcases elongated bay windows, dual walk-in closets, and a deluxe freestanding bathtub. With a splendid view of the mountains, the backyard is a private enclave that includes a covered patio, spacious lawn, lagoon-style swimming pool and spa, and another kitchen and wet bar.

While saying farewell to this cozy, yet elegant family home, Kunis and Kutcher have simultaneously broadened their domestic prospects by acquiring a $10 million beach house in the Santa Barbara area of Carpinteria, as well as their most recent design project, a bespoke, rustic, yet modern, sustainable farmhouse. Their architecturally ambitious home was highlighted by Architectural Digest in August 2021.