At it again. Rob Lowe bought his second Montecito, Calif., home after he recently sold his former mansion in the celeb-filled community.
The actor purchased his breathtaking new compound — with the help of realtor Timothy Walsh from Village Properties — on December 1 for $13 million. After selling his custom-built Montecito home in October for $44 million, Lowe and wife Sheryl Berkoff have been looking to reinvest their profits into real estate. The 56-year-old and Berkoff are sure to be busy decorating right now, as they bought two other properties in California that same month.
Scroll through to see Lowe's Montecito Stonehedge estate.
Lowe's new five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath compound includes two separate cottages apart from the main residence, which was built in 1925. All three secluded homes have their own private driveways.
The classic Spanish Revival-meets-Mediterranean architectural style of the estate is clearly visible when walking through the entrance of the main residence.
The elegant living room with hardwood floors, fireplace, mahogany paneling and beamed ceiling has stunning views of the sprawling 6.7-acre property.
The formal dining room boasts a fireplace and french doors leading to the estate's rolling lawns, lush gardens and centurion trees.
The various upstairs rooms feature their own private sitting areas and breathtaking views of the Montecito scenery and sea.
The two other separate cottages boast their own magnificent views and provide the utmost in privacy, enhancing the peaceful feel of the Montecito compound.
The bedroom with private balcony is the ideal room to wake up in the morning and enjoy the fresh air.
The manicured lawn with sculptured hedges, man-made tile patios and covered loggias is an entertainer's delight, as Lowe can enjoy hosting lavish and sophisticated A-list gatherings.
The compound represents one of Montecito's finest legacy estates, for obvious reasons.
Lowe's mansion is an absolute oasis.