Inside Armie Hammer's Sex Den Of Sin: The $5.8 Million Mansion He Once Called His Family Home
Actor Armie Hammer may have some trouble getting his former Los Angeles family home off the market after the star's alleged DMs, featuring graphic messages about his apparent sexual fantasies, made headlines.
Three months after Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers announced their split, the former couple — who share daughter Harper, 5, and son Ford, 3 — listed their family home, which is located in L.A.’s Hancock Park neighborhood for $5.8 million.
Hammer and Chambers announced their split in July and had been going back and forth between L.A. and the Cayman Islands with their children during the pandemic. They ended their ten-year marriage after the mother-of-two reportedly found flirty text messages on her hubby's phone with other women. (Little did she know what other alleged messages would surface just months later...)
The public was shocked after an Instagram account by the name of House of Effie (@houseofeffie) shared some gruesome DMs — which have not been verified, but discuss cannibalistic thoughts and sexual fantasies — claimed to be sent by the dad-of-two.
The former couple has since slashed the price of their L.A. abode by $800,000. Hammer and Chambers moved into their 6,275-square-foot home in January 2019.
Scroll through to see the estranged couple's English Tudor-style mansion.
Chambers previously shared a glimpse of the co-parents' formal dining room, which features board-and-batten wall paneling, while posing for a snap.
The stunning three-story property, which was built in 1927, is a standout with its impressive chimneys and steep roof.
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Hammer and Chamber's former oversized master suite boasts a fireplace, sitting area and master bathroom with a spa-style bath and separate sauna.
The family backyard is an entertainer's delight. Between the lush landscape, lagoon-style pool with rock waterfall, spa and cabana, as well as a charming terrace — which is complete with its historic brick oven — the property is an absolute oasis.
While keeping the home's original architectural details, the pair modernized the interior by painting the walls with neutral tones and staining the hardwood floors with a light custard color. The contemporary kitchen with an island offers a potential new family plenty of space to whip up a meal.
Old meets new: The airy living room contains original ceiling beams as well as a redone fireplace.
It’s easy to unwind on the enchanting stone patio.