It’s been about 1.5 years since Anne Heche and James Tupper publicly confirmed they’d parted ways after a decade together and, not surprisingly, they’re now looking to get rid of their formerly shared homes in both Los Angeles and the southern California mountain resort community of Lake Arrowhead . The erstwhile couple’s stylishly dressed Hollywood home came up for sale earlier this year at $3.95 million — it’s since been reduced to a tad under $3.7 million — and their vintage lakeside cabin has more recently popped up for sale at a bit more than $1 million.
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Property records indicate Tupper, currently holding down a role on the HBO hit series “Big Little Lies,” acquired the unpretentious retreat in 2013 for not quite $900,000 and in 2018 transferred the property over to Heche, who is slated to star opposite her former “Hung” co-star and alleged new beau Thomas Jane in the upcoming thriller ” Hour of Lead .” Listing details, which make no secret the scenic getaway is “celebrity owned,” show the quaint and well-maintained 1950s cabin is nestled out of sight from the road on a steep slope with three bedrooms and two bathrooms in not quite 1,450 square feet
Furnished in a diverse patchwork of styles that range from a classic wooden rocking chair that would be at home on the porch of an authentic farmhouse to a thin-legged mid-century modern table in front of a well-worn leather sofa, the living/dining room features an exposed wood cathedral ceiling and pine-paneled walls hung with a fetching, mix-and-match collection of artworks. Glass sliders open the room to a slender deck perched in the surrounding treetops with mountain views over the shimmering lake
Little changed during the Heche–Tuppersâ six-year residency: the galley kitchen is fitted with mismatched average quality appliances, a farmhouse-style porcelain apron sink and humble, hardworking butcher block countertops atop barn-style pine cabinets that hide an under-counter washer and dryer. Bedrooms and bathrooms are modest in size with beautifully framed lake and mountain vistas, while a lofted area above the living room accommodates overflow guests. Outside, at the bottom of a steep slope along the water’s edge, an elevated deck for lakeside lounge-abouts leads to a private, single-slip dock
The property is listed with Kat DeLong of Lakeview Realty Enterprises
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