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Inside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’s Real Estate Portfolio – Architectural Digest

Since their days on That ’70s Show, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have come a long way. The pair met on set in 1998 and maintained a solid friendship for more than a decade before they actually began dating in 2012 (Kutcher was previously married to Demi Moore, but the pair called it quits in 2011 after six years of marriage). The former costars now share two young children, support countless social causes, and own a number of covetable homes in Southern California together. “To feel tranquility in a space, everything needs to be in order,” Kutcher previously told Architectural Digest, referring to the importance of creating a comfortable space to nest in. “If the world around you isn’t in order, it’s hard to get your brain in order. When we’re in our home, the world just makes sense.” Below, we’ve rounded up some of the couple’s better-known properties, places they’ve returned to time and again to find that peace of mind.

2009

While Kutcher was still married to his ex, he co-purchased a home in Hollywood Hills with his then stepdaughter Rumer Willis. The pair paid $971,500 for the two-bedroom, four-bathroom ranch-style property. The home spanned 1,800 square feet and sat behind a wood gate and tall hedges. Little else is known about the residence, but in 2018, Kutcher officially granted his 50% share of the home to Willis with a filing stating that “all debt owing under the note, deed of trust, and any related loan documents has been deemed paid and satisfied in full.” Property records show that the house was sold for $572,500 around that same time.

2012

Following his split from Moore, Kutcher paid $3.64 million for a Hollywood Hills home that he had been renting for $50,000 a month. (Reports around that time speculated that Justin Bieber was also interested in the property.) The modern three-story mansion was built in 2007 and featured five bedrooms and eight bathrooms spread out across nearly 9,400 square feet. The steel-and-glass structure had a double-height living room with a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, wood-paneled guest rooms, and spacious outdoor patios. Amenities included a gym, a sauna, a wine cellar, and an infinity pool and spa with views of the Hollywood sign. Kutcher didn’t hold onto the house for too long. He sold the property for $9.925 million in 2014.

2014

Kunis and Kutcher got engaged in early 2014 and picked up a $10.2 million home in Beverly Hills shortly after. The East Coast–inspired residence measured 7,351 square feet, with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms spread across two floors. The picturesque home featured dark hardwood floors, French windows, and a chef’s kitchen seemingly straight out of a Nancy Meyers film, complete with a cozy breakfast nook with a built-in banquette. Out back, a kidney-shaped swimming pool and raised spa overlooked stunning views of the mountains. The couple listed the place for $12.25 million in 2020 and ultimately sold it for $10.4 million in early 2022.

2015

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