It is so enchanting it was nicknamed the Tree House.
And now Heath Ledger's magical abode is up for sale for a cool $3million (£1.9m).
The current owner of the Hollywood Hills home bought it from the estate of the late Australian actor in 2008.
Luxurious: Heath Ledger's former home has been put on the market for nearly $3million
Comfy yet stylish: The home features large windows which unveil the decadent outdoor area
Zen: The interior has a relaxing and contemporary vibe to it, with plenty of natural light
The palatial space is fit for A-list royalty, with homely but contemporary rooms, vast seating areas to hold gatherings and a Zen-like garden reminiscent of an Alice in Wonderland adventure.
The home, which is on a secluded hillside location across nearly half an acre of land, also boasts a large deck area with an outdoor screening room, grill and fire pit.
Magical: The outdoor area has a mystical Alice In Wonderland feel to it
Built in 1951, the stunning hideaway has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a modern kitchen.
However the brick fireplace, beamed ceilings and decks give the home a retro appeal.
It was previously owned by Ellen DeGeneres and has been on and off the market in recent years.
Ledger, who starred in Brokeback Mountain, died from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs in January 2008, aged just 28.
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