Molly Sims, best known for her role in “Las Vegas” or maybe swimsuit modeling for Sports Illustrated, listed her Hollywood Hills home for $2,999,000. The 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath house is 3,100 square-feet and is built with a 1930s Spanish style (with Hollywood flair, according to the listing).
The listing highlights a newer kitchen with carrera marble, Viking appliances, a Sub Zero and a wine fridge. We might just be in love already. The kitchen does look quite nice, even with the white-on-white of most everything. Can we just mention that the perspective in these pictures is killing us? Can someone please hire a damn professional photographer or even a competent amateur to take these pics? Although in this case, it looks like the post-processing is what skewed the proportions. C’mon real estate agents, let us properly drool over the homes, will you? We’ll say “pretty please” if it will help.
Can we just stop for a moment and talk about the master bath? Love. Huge shower, and what looks like a fair-sized tub as well. While we’re not exhibitionist enough to have a big window like that in the shower (not to mention at least a door or curtain to keep the steam in), we love it anyway. But we’d have to put something on the window to keep the gardener from getting more of a view than either one of us would like. Now the sinks on the other hand, we’re not as wild about. The countertop just doesn’t quite match and we’re not a fan of the sinks. But those are minor points on our list, anyway.
We’re not sure what the deal is with the wallpaper and shag carpet in the den, or sitting room, or office, whichever it is. But again, that’s something that can (usually) be fairly easily remedied. We do like the collection of mirrors and frames on the wall, though. Nicely arranged.
Take look at the patio with ceiling fan and tons of seating space. That is absolutely a perfect place for entertaining on a nice summer night. And the area by the pool isn’t so bad, either. Overall, it seems to be quite a lovely abode, with lots of greenery and shade. We wouldn’t turn it down, is what we’re saying.