Inside Dakota and Elle Fanning's $2.85 Million Childhood Home
Can you even imagine growing up a Fanning? Cementing your reputation as an acclaimed actress by age 8, casually rubbing shoulders with Denzel Washington and Annette Bening, raking in millions before you’re old enough to drive … Nope, we can’t either. Although the uber lucky Fanning sisters seem to have it all, they’re giving up a major symbol of their childhood this year: their family home.
According to Trulia, the Fannings’ Studio City abode has been in the family since they purchased it for $1.325 Million in 2003 (the Uptown Girls era). The sprawling 3,582 square foot French country-style home is the embodiment of architectural luxury. If we had the power to rewrite our childhood, we would make sure it took place in this house—it’s literally fit for a princess (or two). Just look at those chandeliers!
Built in 1953, Dakota and Elle’s childhood home is the spacious and classically decorated type of residence we can imagine finding in Victorian England—the perfect workshop for the Brontë sisters or Jane Austen. It can't be easy for the Fannings to say goodbye.
VIDEO:Inside Dakota and Elle Fanning's Childhood Home
Scroll down below for a closer look inside the beautiful Studio City home.
The picture of domestic bliss.
This pale pink room is the perfect hideaway for any fairy tale-loving girl (Uptown or downtown).
Complete with a central island, this chic kitchen space is both roomy and practical.
This classy bathroom is completely in sync with the rest of the beautiful home. It even has a chandelier!
The Formal Dining Room
Family dinners have never looked better than they do around this Victorian table.
The Living Room
A TV looks somewhat out of place in this white-washed alcove, but we can totally picture Elle or Dakota cracking open a copy of Pride and Prejudice on that cozy sofa.
If Sleeping Beauty slumbered in this welcoming bedroom, we know she'd have zero FOMO.
We're sure this backyard played host to many amazing pool parties.
The Sitting Area
Cozying up by the fireplace has never been more appealing.
The Master Bedroom
Who needs an Oscar nom when your bedroom looks like this?
THE BREAKFAST NOOK
This adorable breakfast nook is charming enough to turn the latest riser into a morning person.
The Living Room
This Victorian-style living area transports one to a land far, far away.