This Is Where Baby Everly Tatum Will Call Home

New parents Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum will have plenty of domestic bliss to look forward to when they return to their Hollywood Hills home from Across the Pond with new bundle of joy, Everly.

So where will mommy and daddy put the nursery?

The Magic Mike star, who’s currently filming sci-fi thriller Jupiter Ascending in London, is going to have to transform his bachelor pad in the celeb enclave of Laurel Canyon in the Hollywood Hills into a childproof haven.

Good thing this hillside retreat is already fit for three.

Channing splashed out $2.595 million on the uber-private 3-bedroom, 3,000 square-foot abode in 2008, the same year his star (and sex symbol) status really took off in the film Stop-Loss. And in 2009, he tied the knot with Dewan, 32, his co-star in Step Up.

The new family — who revealed their little girl’s sweet moniker in a message via Channing’s official website just days after her birth May 31 — is sure to spend loads of down time in the den/media room cozying up by the fireplace.

But that’s not the housewarming feature in the home, that’s been described as a “Balinese tree house.”

Other unique characteristics include a bonus floor, second-floor master suite with floor-to-ceiling windows, wraparound terraces, 12-foot pitched wood and beam ceilings, curved teak staircase, and flagstone fireplaces and patios.

And outside, there’s more than enough room for when the extended families come to stay (they’ll have a guest house all to themselves) and celebrate baby Everly’s arrival on the bluestone slate entertainment patio or take a dip in the swimming pool.

The bonafide movie star, 33, is in good Hollywood company when it comes to who once called this place home. The house was formerly owned by director Ron Shelton, who helmed flicks like Bull Durham and White Men Can’t Jump. And it’s just around the corner from the one-time home of Duran Duran’s John Taylor.