She may have staged her wedding there, but Drew Barrymore has no room for sentiment when it comes to material belongings.
Just a year after marrying Will Kopelman in the lavish garden of her stunning Montecito estate the 38-year-old Charlie's Angels star has listed the traditional property for $7.5 million.
Built in 1937 on two acres of lush grounds, the home boasts six bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, as well as a separate guest apartment and a host of parking spaces.
Up for sale: Drew Barrymore lists her Montecito, California home for $7.5 million
Luxury: Built in 1937, the home boasts six bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms
And as the listing on Trulia reveals: 'A walking path winds through the abundant gardens, citrus and avocado trees and expansive lawn to create a one-of-a-kind setting.'
Back in June 2010, Drew purchased the home for $5,705,000, before meeting Will, 35
The actress has not always been lucky with her home ownership - in 2001 her Beverly Hills home was destroyed by fire, leaving her staying in a rental for a year.
But despite putting the home on the market, this time Drew will not be left homeless.
She and her family also split their time between her $8million home in the Hollywood Hills with panoramic views of LA and another in Manhattan.
Drew and her art consultant husband began dating in February 2011 and announced their engagement a year later. They married on June 2, 2012 in a modest 190-person ceremony.
Soon after, the happy couple welcomed their first child daughter Olive in September 2012.
Nursery: Baby Olive's comfortable surroundings
Scenic spot: But Drew and her family also split their time between her $8million home in the Hollywood Hills with panoramic views of LA and another in Manhattan
Dinner time: The house boasts plenty of space for entertaining
And, according to a report last week in Star magazine, parenthood hasn't taken away the spice in their relationship.
The couple often have date nights at various hotels in Los Angeles where they pretend to be strangers who meet at the bar.
'They'll get a sitter for their daughter, Olive, and take turns arranging a monthly overnight stay.
'They'll meet at the bar and pretend to be business travelers. Once Drew dressed up as a chambermaid and Will was a hotel guest,' a source said.
Fine dining: Perfect breakfast setting for a big family
The piano room: Perfect for entertaining guests
Meanwhile, Will better watch out because Drew has admitted to having a crush on The Dark Knight Rises star Christian Bale.
'Christian is so cute,' Drew recently gushed to InTouch magazine. 'I knew him when he was a kid. But if he walked into the room now I would totally clam up or I might go overboard and embarrass myself.'
But she also insisted her and Will are more than happy and the key to her happy marriage is making sure they spend quality time together.
'You just have to do it, you have to squeeze in the occasional date night. For our last date night he took me downtown for ramen noodles,' she said.
Room with a view: The main bedroom offers view of lush gardens
Lush gardens: Where Drew and Will staged their wedding day
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