Suicide Squad star Jared Leto is listing one of his Los Angeles homes, a “mini estate” in the Cahuenga Pass built in the 1950s, Variety reports. The musician and actor bought the property in 2006, about five years before his award-winning turn in the Dallas Buyers Club.
It’s hidden from the street by a tall fence, but listing photos of the home as seen from the backyard give a better sense of its size. With two stories and four bedrooms, it measures about 4,000 square feet. Its white interiors are offset by the dark brown hardwood floors. There’s a family room with a wet bar and an “adjacent” music studio. The uninspiring kitchen doesn’t exactly look like the kitchen of a $2-million dwelling, but at least it’s spacious.
Behind the house, there’s a pool and spa, outdoor grilling station, and fire pit, all ringed by mature trees and other landscaping that gives the yard privacy.
Leto purchased the house in 2006 for $1.65 million. He’s listing it now for $1.999 million.
Leto also owns the old Lookout Mountain Station in the Hollywood Hills, a former top-secret Air Force film studio whose staff documented nuclear bomb blasts. He scooped up that property in 2014, eight years after buying the Cahuenga Pass property.