Sandra Bullock’s has put her beautiful island beach house up for sale, giving us a glimpse at her coastal-inspired interior style.
She bought the waterfront home on Tybee Island in Georgia in 2001, and is selling it after using it as her main ‘retreat’ for the past nineteen years.
She’s selling the island home fully furnished with the exception of a few personal items.
Listed with Sotheby’s International Realty, the 3,360 square foot four-bedroom main house comes with over 1.6 private acres plus a 2,800-square-foot, three-bedroom guesthouse, which also comes fully furnished.
The sale also includes a basketball court, home gym, games room, outdoor grill and a pool with outdoor shower – not to mention private beach access.
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The outside of the property is surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds, hedges and tall palm trees, with the steps leading to an expansive porch dotted with hammocks.
Inside, the interiors reflect the tropical setting, with lots of rustic, natural accents.
On the ground floor there’s a large open-plan living and dining room, a chef’s kitchen, and the master suite.
The predominately white interiors create a light and airy feel, with a nod to modern rustic.
The interiors are mostly white-washed, with white linen comfy seating, striped cushions, rattan and bamboo furnishings, ceiling fans, beachy accents including sailing boats on the wall, a potted palm, white shutters and lots of natural materials from the woven chest coffee table to the natural rug.
Sandra Bullock has paired the coastal pieces with delicately distressed furniture and vintage accessories.
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The double-height living room also features a mezzanine floor balcony that leads up to the bedrooms upstairs, exposed wood ceilings and a fireplace.
The furnished open-plan dining area overlooks the kitchen with pantry, and comes with a full-size table, eight chairs and an ornate chandelier.
The white kitchen features a pretty breakfast bar area.
The master bedroom is also on the ground floor, with a clawfoot tub and private living room giving it that hotel suite-vibe.
Upstairs are three further bedrooms, with four poster beds and bunk beds, presumably for when her son has friends come to stay.
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The upstairs room also share a den, a bathroom, and screened-in porch.
The guest house has three further bedrooms, as well as it’s own games room.
But the highlight is probably the private beach access, which is apparently a prime location for dolphin watching.
The property includes nine parcels of land, three of which are vacant, buildable lots, according to the agent. Perhaps the successful buyer will transform it into a boutique hotel?
The surrounding landscape and wrap-around veranda is pretty lush, too.
Both properties, which can sleep a total of 20 guests, have been previously offered as high-end short-term holiday rentals for those wanting to ‘escape and unwind’, but now the right owner can make this their permanent home.
The house is on the market for £4,989,100 with Ruthie Lynah Whitlow and Rachel Umbreit of Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty.