Actress Jaime King selling Walt Disney-built home in Beverly Hills

Fresh from her divorce from director Kyle Newman, actress Jamie King is moving on with her life, listing her ​​longtime home in the mountains above Beverly Hills for US$2.8 million.

King, best known for her role as Southern belle Lemon Breeland on the CW series Hart of Dixie, paid US$1 million for the house in 2003.

The home was reportedly built by the late Walt Disney for his daughter back in 1960 according to The Dirt.

The mid-century, modern structure has had an extensive makeover throughout the years and sits at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac.

There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 241sq m of living space with high ceilings and designer light fixtures throughout.

The living room includes a marble fireplace connected to a dining area with floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening to a bamboo-encased backyard hosting a firepit.

A galley-style kitchen is fitted with custom rose-hued concrete countertops, wood panelling and cabinetry, a handcrafted brass sink and high-end GE Café appliances.

Source: The Beverly Hills Estates

While upstairs, the master retreat comes complete with a sitting area, separate fireside office or den and bespoke, mahogany walk-in closet, plus a skylit bathroom equipped with a soaking tub and shower combination.

There’s also a private downstairs ensuite bedroom for guests, plus a two-car attached garage.

King filed for divorce from her husband in May 2020 having been married for nearly 13 years, after meeting on the set of the movie Fanboys.

Source: The Beverly Hills Estates

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Rowan Crosby

Rowan Crosby is a senior journalist at Elite Agent specialising in finance and real estate.