The house is an exquisite example of Californian minimalism, with light-filled French doors and a marble-filled bathroom.
Maddie Ziegler, who recently moved into Hollywood Hills, spent $2.5 million on a quaint Californian property.
When she made her television debut on Dance Moms, a show filmed in her native Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the dancer-turned-actress became well-known throughout the world. The Fallout and Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story, to name just a couple of her recent film performances, are where Maddie has focused her attention. The actress now has one of the nicest properties in the world in the Hollywood Hills neighbourhood of Nichols Canyon, which seems only fitting.
As a result of recent renovations, the 1958 home has been transformed into a blend of modern minimalism and old Hollywood glitz. After purchasing the property for $1.3 million in 2008, character actor Jeffrey Jones, who appeared in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, owned it for fourteen years. According to Dirt (opens in new tab), he was behind the stylish renovation that transformed the home into a minimalist blank canvas with space for even more contemporary décor ideas.
Its stucco front is grey, and the trim is cute white. Before you even go inside, Maddie Ziegler’s new house exudes old-fashioned charm. After doing so, you are met by a collection of open-plan living and dining spaces that share the same crisp white paint design.
The home’s muted colour scheme draws attention to the natural light that pours in through the glass doors, fusing indoor and outdoor living spaces together harmoniously. Wide-plank hardwood floors and high ceilings can be found throughout much of the 2,000-square-foot house, which help to connect rooms and make it feel spacious.
Although the recently renovated kitchen is impressive (with its soft white cabinets and breakfast nook), the home’s main living area is arguably its most impressive feature. An elaborate fireplace that matches the French doors and the room’s exposed wood-beam ceiling.
There is also a more formal dining area in the house, complete with built-in cabinets and patio doors. The bedroom suite is connected to a marble en suite that has a steam shower for therapeutic purposes in addition to twin vanities.
In addition to having a yard that is definitely Californian and a Scandi-cool design, the house is also environmentally friendly, which is something to keep in mind. Using the sun that rises above the Golden State, it has a solar panel system that is entirely owned.