The Emmy are only a few days away and the anticipation to see who will bring home the gold is high. Just as stunning as the nominated stars are their posh homes, making them certified real estate stars. To take a peak into the inside lives of some of these actors, read below.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Master of None
Outstanding Director for a Comedy Series, Master of None
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, Master of None
Three Emmy nominations and an outstanding house in star-studded Los Feliz, there’s no question that Aziz Ansari is making a name for himself in Hollywood. Ansari purchased what is known as the Hong House for 2.7 million dollars before it ever even went on the market. He and his girlfriend, Courtney McBroom, enjoy the pool and spa, courtyard with deck, and a kitchen with original walnut cabinets offset by the updated appliances. Not to mention, the Hong House has ONE a spectacular view of the LA skyline.
Outstanding Lead Actor, All the Way
While Bryan Cranston was going “all the way” on screen to earn this Emmy nominee, he was also going green at home. Cranston and a team of engineers, architects and designers created “3 Palms,” a sustainable and ultra green beach house situated on the beaches of Ventura county. With solar panels on the roof, energy-efficient appliances and building materials, and solar powered ceiling fans, the house actually produces more energy than it consumes. Beyond being incredibly gentle on the environment, the house has a sleek, modern look, none of which was compromised by going green.
Outstanding Lead Actress, Inside Amy Schumer
Outstanding Guest Actress, Saturday Night Live
Outstanding Writing- Variety Show, Inside Amy Schumer
Outstanding Writing- Variety Show, Amy Shumer, Live at the Apollo
Amy Schumer is no stranger to the Emmy’s! A 10-time nominee, her television career has continued to soar, even as she continues writing film scripts and doing stand-up. Her cozy New York is the perfect mix of eclectic and traditional with tons of open lighting and wood fireplace. The best part thought? The rooftop oasis with killer views that’s perfect for sunbathing and hosting gatherings.
Robin Wright Penn
Best Actress in a Drama Series, House of Cards
Wright has had a long professional career in Hollywood but, it’s her icy role as First Lady Claire Underwood that’s earned her her fourth Emmy nomination. The character’s monochromatic color palette and sleek style has seemed to spill over into her home, an elegant co-op in the West Village. Framed with black molding and marble clad countertops, the co-op bears a striking resemblance to the Underwood’s home. Each of the rooms flow nicely into one another to give it a swanky open feel. With natural lighting and a Juliet balcony that opens up to a view of the Empire State Building, there’s plenty to lust about in this posh apartment.