Around the time Ryan Reynolds was filming rom-coms like “Definitely, Maybe” and crushing the hearts of many, he purchased his very own Los Angeles bachelor pad in 2007 for $1.715 million. After two years Ryan was ready to unload the estate, and listed the home for $1.9 million in 2009. But, the economy had a few things to say about that, and the home went through a few price drops. It wasn’t until January of this year that a buyer finally snatched up the estate at $1.405 million.
The two bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home has beautiful hardwood floors, a fireplace, and a charming stone patio perfect for entertaining, with beautiful canyon views. The 1,789 square foot home is also quite green, with solar heating. Other stars in the neighborhood include Matthew Perry, and Reynold’s ex-wife, Scarlett Johansson.
But Ryan won’t be missing his bachelor pad anytime soon, at least not as long as his wife Blake Lively is around to keep him company. The incredibly cute couple decided to change coasts in February of 2012, but they weren’t exactly looking to move to the Big Apple, per se. Instead, the two landed in the quaint town of Bedford, New York, laying out $2.35 million for a new home. The charming abode comes equipped with three bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and spans 4,753 square feet. Although it wasn’t long until the two had a change of heart, in property that it is. Reynolds eventually dumped the Bedford property in August of 2013 for a bit of a gain, selling the home for $2.495 million.
It was just a few months later that they decided to pick up and move four miles away for a bit of an upgrade to Pound Ridge, New York, which is just the next town over from Bedford. The marital mates laid out $5.7 million for their new palace, which comes packed with privacy. The 8,892 square foot home is hidden away among the mature trees of central New York, situated down a long, meandering driveway. While it’s hard to imagine anyone going for a dip in the pool in this New York winter, the home does come with a few laps of luxury in the backyard, as well as what looks like separate living quarters and a barn.
Would you switch coasts to live through the New York winters?