Bradley Cooper Drops $4.8 Million on New Pacific Palisades HouseBy Amanda Cooper
Often, being a public figure comes with drawbacks like compromised privacy. A perfect example of this is Bradley Cooper.
After spending most of 2020 in a New York City townhouse with his four-year-old daughter and elderly mother, Cooper secretly purchased a new Pacific Palisades property. But unfortunately, his secret didn’t last for a long time, all thanks to the sharp-eyed media houses.
Recently Dirt laid out the details of the Hangover star’s new pad. It revealed that the 4,400 sq. ft. property was bought by the actor for $4.8 million. Stick with us to know more.
A peek inside the soulful home
Surrounded by tall trees and dense shrubs, the estate is a perfect place for nature lovers. It’s a powerhouse of clean air and natural light and includes a single-story main house, a two-car garage, a two-story guesthouse, and a 1000 sq. ft. long backyard.
The backyard, which incorporates a koi pond, a stone-trimmed swimming pool, and a spa, has lots of fruit trees along with oaks and sycamores.
Moving ahead, we have the main house whose exterior flaunts wood paneling. The dwelling includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms and compliments the nearby green areas. A few meters away is the detached garage and guesthouse with two one-bedroom and one-bath apartments, including kitchenettes.
Cooper’s Hollywood journey
Bradley Cooper began his acting career with a small role in the popular TV series, SATC in 1999. He made his film debut in 2001 with the comedy film, Wet Hot American Summer. Even though the movie wasn’t a great hit, it did manage to get Cooper into the right eyes.
From there, the actor went on to do another TV series named Alias, which further boosted his career. Thereafter, he played a few short roles in movies and shows like Changing Lanes, Bending All the Rules, Miss Match, The Last Cowboy, and more, before getting his big breakthrough in the 2009 movie, The Hangover.
After winning several awards for his character, Phil Wenneck, Cooper appeared in a romantic comedy named Valentine’s Day alongside Julia Roberts. The movie was a huge hit, and both the leads got much praise from the public.
After this, Cooper never looked back. He went on to act in films like The Hangover Part II, The Words, Hit and Run, The Place Beyond the Pines, and Silver Linings Playbook. His journey did witness a period of setback between 2003 to 2015, but he bounced back with films like Aloha, Burnt, Joy, and the 2018 hit, A Star is Born in which his portrayal of Rocket Racoon won many hearts.
Cooper’s upcoming projects
As for his upcoming projects, he’ll be seen next in Guillermo del Toro’s adaptation of William Lindsay Gresham’s novel Nightmare Alley. He’ll also play a part in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Soggy Bottom.