Inside Emma Stone’s Stylish Real Estate Portfolio

That same year, Stone set down roots on the west coast with the purchase of a $2.477 million traditional-style home in Beverly Hills. The charming one-story pad had quite the celebrity pedigree: It previously belonged to British actor and bon vivant Dudley Moore, and Stone purchased it from Australian film editor Kirk Baxter. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom residence measured 3,862 square feet and was perhaps most memorable for its unique, colorful wallpaper. The front foyer, for instance, was decked out in a red-and-white geometric print, and a formal dining space was outfitted with lime green patterned walls. A combination living-and-dining area had a double-height ceiling with a quirky, vibrantly hued chandelier and an asymmetrical white brick fireplace. Stone ultimately listed the property for $3.899 million in 2019 and sold it for exactly her asking price just one month later.

2016

Stone’s next purchase was a modest one-bedroom condo in a West Village building designed by Emery Roth, for which she paid $2.4 million. The actor appeared to use the pad primarily as a pied-à-terre, and she listed it just two years later for $2.65 million. When she failed to find a buyer, she pulled the unit from the market, only to list it again in 2019 with the lowered price of $2.495 million. She even sought to rent it out for $6,000 a month during the pandemic. The Poor Things star put it up for sale again in August 2021 and finally sold it for a slight loss at $2.25 million toward the end of the year.

2018

Stone nabbed a $3.6 million condo that is reportedly perched atop a historic boutique hotel in NYC’s Financial District. Not many other details are known about the property, but it appears that the actor still owns it.

That same year, she dropped $3.25 million for a midcentury-style blufftop mansion in Malibu, which a realtor said looked like the “Malibu beach house they would choose for a Nancy Meyers movie.” The property, which featured unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, measured 1,700 square feet and boasted three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Aesthetically speaking, the space was bright and airy, with white walls, high ceilings, and large windows throughout. The eat-in kitchen (key to any Nancy Meyers–esque home) was resplendent with white and gold details. The primary suite, tucked into a corner of the ranch-style home, had glass sliders on two of its four walls. After Stone’s life pulled her in a different direction, she listed the dream home for $4.3 million in 2022. She sold it for $4.425 million just one week later.