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    Default Jennifer Love Hewitt Snags Family Sized Pacific Palisades Home

    LOCATION: Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, Calif.
    PRICE: $6 million
    SIZE: (approx.) 6,300 square feet, six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms

    Married actors Jennifer Love Hewitt and Brian Hallisay, who began dating in 2012 while he, oddly enough, portrayed her ex-husband in Lifetime’s bio-drama series “The Client List,” have splashed out more than $6 million on a brand-new, family-sized residence in L.A.’s casually posh seaside community of Pacific Palisades. On a pretty street lined with unpretentious and carefully maintained if extremely expensive homes, the Cape Cod-inspired Hamptons-style residence is mostly obscured by matures trees and secured behind a high wall with six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in about 6,300 square feet.

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    I like it, AND it doesn't get much whiter than this.
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    not a fan. it's not totally gross but despite being all white, it manages to be fussy and i hate how untidy all the ceiling lines are. living room and dining room are open plan and yet they each have a different ceiling style (wtf?) and then the kitchen has 3 different things going on between the moulding at the top of the cabinets, then the soffit, then the ceiling. and it's really a mess in the living room with the moulding on the chimney, then around the first part of the ceiling, then the recessed ceiling also has moulding... i do like those ashy light wood floors though but the rest is kind of an architectural nightmare.
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    I really, really like it. This is the color pallet that I redid my house in. And I even love the furniture.
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    Love it.

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    I hate all the furniture, especially the couches, chairs, and those awful kitchen stools.
    Agree about the molding and ceilings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    not a fan. it's not totally gross but despite being all white, it manages to be fussy and i hate how untidy all the ceiling lines are. living room and dining room are open plan and yet they each have a different ceiling style (wtf?) and then the kitchen has 3 different things going on between the moulding at the top of the cabinets, then the soffit, then the ceiling. and it's really a mess in the living room with the moulding on the chimney, then around the first part of the ceiling, then the recessed ceiling also has moulding... i do like those ashy light wood floors though but the rest is kind of an architectural nightmare.
    I thought the only interesting part of the whole house was the fireplace until -p0000; ;[` /9* I noticed the three layers of moulding and recessing and all the other junk going on. I also hate that pale, sickly pink accent wall by the dining room and speaking of that, I think the table could go with at least two fewer chairs.

    *(my cat jumped on the keyboard and typed that and I just feel like leaving it...he doesn't like the house either although I'm sure he'd find plenty to scratch.)
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    I like it all, even though it's true all the molding and trim accents are overdone and all mixed up.

    I'll take it, just add real non-white furniture. I really love the floors.

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    i like it except for all the horrid ceilings. it's like they juxtaposed craftsman, mid-century, victorian, and edwardian in a weirdly ugly way.
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    Off topic, I'm thinking that this neighborhood might not have the strictest HOA....






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    ^^ Geez, I wish I could have the money that it cost them on this atrocity!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmeringGlow View Post
    Off topic, I'm thinking that this neighborhood might not have the strictest HOA....






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    It could be worse, but it really looks incredibly bloated, like they took a normal house and blew up every room. The kitchen is a good example. It’s just a regular kitchen made way too big to be comfortable and useful.

    I do like the openings to the outdoors.
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    The world's tackiness knows no bounds. I can't even choose my own mailbox color, meanwhile...

    I just realized that JLH had another house thread once and I seem to remember that house was a million times worse than this one. I think it involved sponge paint and wall borders.
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    Yeah, her Toluca Lake house, I remember that one. It was a total "grandma with an unlimited budget in 1990" theme.
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