Lena Dunham spends so much time in Los Angeles that she’s decided to buy a $2.7 million Hollywood mansion, despite the fact that she once confessed she doesn’t feel at home in Hollywood – and if she ever did, somebody should worry about her.
The 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom historic 1920’s “Spaulding Square” mansion is 2,500 square foot on an enormous 8,101 square foot lot. There’s a guest house on the property, as well as plenty of gardens and hedges shielding her property.
Other features include a salt water pool, three covered porches, a wood-burning fireplace, attic space, and an open plan living/kitchen area with generous amounts of light and high ceilings.
Her big purchase comes at a bit of a surprise since she told Vogue in February 2014, “I like Los Angeles, but more than two weeks and I start to get a very sad feeling,” she explained. “You eat well there, and you take hikes, and my dog” – her rescure named Lamby – “loves it, but ultimately it’s not the right place for me.”
As for the Hollywood scene, she told the fashion magazine,
I went early on to a party at a really famous person’s house. They had a private chef there making pizza, and I remember the dog was wearing a bow tie. Every time I looked around, it would be like, Is that someone I know from camp? No, that’s Ashton Kutcher. It was such a weird scene. I remember thinking, I don’t feel at home here, and no matter how long this is my job, I will never feel at home here. And if I do start to feel at home here…someone should really worry about me.
Welp. To worry, or not to worry?