Inside Emma Stone’s Covetable Real Estate Portfolio

Emma Stone has built an illustrious acting career, accumulating prestigious awards for everything from La La Land to Poor Things. As the Arizona-born star continues to crush the entertainment game—portraying an iconic Disney villain, an English courtier, and even a house-flipping reality star—she’s also amassed quite the real estate portfolio. With projects in Los Angeles and New York, it’s no wonder the A-lister has put down bicoastal roots. She’s resided in several dreamy properties, from a historic West Village condo to a Spanish-style home in L.A., which she just listed for $4 million. After marrying her husband Dave McCary and welcoming a daughter with him, the Oscar winner branched out from the coasts by picking up a traditional-style home in Texas. Below, muse over Stone’s fascinating real estate history—and get insight into her preferred interior design style.

2012: Stone and Andrew Garfield Move Into a NYC Townhouse

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Stone and her costar Andrew Garfield met on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man when the production began filming around 2010. Sparks flew and they began dating, eventually taking their relationship to the next level by moving into a celeb-loved New York City townhouse in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. They rented one of five units in the building for an unknown amount. Built in 1835, the Greek Revival-style building at 436 West 20th Street had many enviable features across its five units. At the time, the building featured 13 fireplaces, high ceilings, original crown molding, an elevator, two balconies, an outdoor patio, and a roof deck. Other famous residents who have rented part of the pad include Glenn Close, Courtney Love, and Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. The building itself has a long history on the market. It was last listed for $12.95 million in 2021.

2012: Stone Buys a $2.47 Million Beverly Hills Home

Around the same time Stone and Garfield secured an East Coast pad, Stone purchased a Beverly Hills home for $2.47 million. Located in the Coldwater Canyon neighborhood, the traditional-style home is a private oasis tucked behind a high wall, gates, and neatly trimmed hedges. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom property spans 3,862 square feet. Inside, it featured colorful, patterned wallpaper and fabrics—from a lime green print in the dining room to a bird motif pattern in the powder room. The residence also had an asymmetrical fireplace, high ceilings, and French doors that opened to the backyard with a swimming pool and grassy lawn. Stone listed and sold the home for $3.89 million in 2019.

2016: Stone Scoops Up a $2.4 Million West Village Condo

The Easy A star’s next real estate move, following her split from Garfield in 2015, was a one-bedroom condo in New York City’s West Village. Located in a late 1920s structure built by distinguished architect Emery Roth, the pad boasted a sunken living room, hardwood oak flooring, a decorative fireplace, and park views. Stone seemingly used the 821-square-foot residence as a pied-à-terre. After many attempts to sell and even rent the home, Stone eventually sold it for a loss at $2.25 million in 2021.

2018: Stone Shells Out $3.25 Million for a Malibu Mansion

Stone expanded her California holdings with the purchase of a $3.25 million home in Malibu circa 2018. The midcentury-style bungalow consisted of three bedrooms and two bathrooms across more than 1,700 square feet. “It’s a classic 1958 California Midcentury hanging over the Pacific,” a realtor told The Wall Street Journal. “It’s the Malibu beach house they would choose for a Nancy Meyers movie.”

The home certainly nailed the coastal grandmother aesthetic that’s become synonymous with the famous filmmaker. It featured white walls, an eat-in kitchen, furnishings in a fairly neutral color palette, and ocean views. Stone listed the home for $4.3 million in 2022. Shortly after, it sold over the asking price for nearly $4.43 million.

2019: Stone Buys a $2.3 Million Los Angeles Property

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By 2019, Stone invested in another California residence: a four-bedroom, four-bathroom home located in the city’s Westwood neighborhood. Built in 1926, the Comstock Hills property spans 3,276 square feet across two stories. After purchasing the Spanish-style adobe, Stone renovated it to expand the kitchen and create a guest house—while maintaining original details including exposed beams and a tiled courtyard.

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Recently, Stone listed the home for nearly $4 million. Based on the listing photos, it’s evident the Cruella star has a distinct interior style. Similar to her Beverly Hills home, the interior color palette is white with pops of blues, greens, and pinks—from a bright blue range in the kitchen to the green patterned wallpaper on the living room ceiling.

2021: Stone and Her Husband Dave McCary Move to Austin, Texas

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After years of bicoastal living, Stone set her sights on Austin, Texas. The actress moved there with her husband Dave McCary—a comedian and writer whom she married in 2020—and their daughter Louise, who was born in 2021. The young family moved into a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home that was originally built in 1940 and spans 5,000 square feet. It was reportedly valued at $4.7 million the year she purchased it, but some reports placed the property in the $7 million to $8 million range. Nevertheless, the traditional-style home maintains a charming brick exterior with blue shutters. A garage apartment was added on in 1996, and there’s a pool in the backyard.


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