The actor, 41, purchased the nearly one-acre estate for $5.6 million in May and has slowly been putting a few personal touches on the space — though being careful to maintain its original character.
Located deep in Brentwood’s Mandeville Canyon and hidden behind towering sycamore trees, the 3,300-square-foot farmhouse — constructed circa 1950 — is built almost entirely from stone and wood.
Inside, the three-bed, three-bath residence is equally unpretentious. Instead of the marble countertops, designer light fixtures and walls of retractable glass that you typically find in an A-lister’s abode, Tatum seems satisfied with red brick flooring, exposed, unvarnished hardwood and a bare-bones kitchen.
While the price tag may seem steep given the home’s rough-around the-edges qualities, the serene grounds are certainly nothing to scoff at. Outside, you’ll find a lagoon-style swimming pool and a sports court surrounded by a rainforest of foliage.
Scroll through below to see photos of Channing Tatum's stunning abode.
The tranquil two-story is tucked behind a high gate and invisible from the street.
Get cozy: The family room features a mishmash of seating options and a giant stone and brick fireplace.
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The kitchen and dining room are separated by a vintage looking console instead of an island.
Step on up! The skylit master suite, which has a private balcony, sits on the upper level.
The main bathroom, complete with a shower and soaking tub, is bathed in natural light.
When Everly’s not at mom Jenna Dewan’s place, she has a cheerful space for days at Dad’s.
Doggone cute: The star snapped a pic of his Dutch shepherd Rooklin rocking one of Everly’s jackets.
One of the property’s brick pathways, which leads to the guest house.