Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green List Mediterranean Villa, Buy Classic Crooner’s Carriage House

Bing Crosby’s former guesthouse is bigger in size but smaller in price, which is ideal for the growing Hollywood family.

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green photo by: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
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The traditional Spanish home in Los Feliz that the Hollywood couple is selling measures about 5,300 square feet and spans four stories. They're asking $3,995,000 for it.

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green aren't wasting any time or money on real estate, as they recently put their Los Feliz home on the market for just under $4 million, and purchased the carriage house on the former Bing Crosby estate in Toluca Lake for $3.35 million.

But just because their new home is less expensive doesn’t mean it’s smaller — or any less luxe. Their Toluca Lake home, near Burbank and all its studios, totals 6,710 square feet, while the one they’re selling is about 5,300 square feet and spans several stories. The new one is ranch house style with far fewer stairs, which is more practical for a young family. The celeb couple has two boys under three, and an 11-year-old son from Green’s prior relationship.

Photo courtesy of Zillow Their new home is the former carriage house of the Bing Crosby estate in Toluca Lake, and totals 6,710 square feet. It has has four bedrooms and six baths, and the couple paid $3.35 million for it.

Built in 1936, the couple bought the four-bedroom, five-bath, Spanish-style home in 2009 for $2,942,500. They left in place classic touches like Old World tile, plaster arches and hardwood floors, but they added the latest tech gadgets, including a state-of-the-art sound system, Nest smart home technology, and audio and video camera surveillance, assuring privacy and security for the walled and gated property.

Their new home is also secure, accessed by a gated and private 100-foot, oak tree-lined curving driveway. It has four bedrooms and six baths, and was completely remodeled in 2008. It's also tech savvy, and features lots of open space and skylights, with exposed wooden beams overhead and slate flooring below.

While there were sweeping city views from their former house, their current house feels much more open and light. The new master suite, for example, doesn't have jetliner views, but it's more spacious, and includes a 600-square-foot second story loft, as well as separate his-and-hers closets, dressing rooms and bathrooms. The new kitchen is also bigger and more current, with state-of-the-art appliances and an Australian opal granite island with seating space.

It would appear the couple has timed the move so as not to interfere with publicity appearances for Fox’s latest film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, opening on August 8. Meanwhile, her husband, who made a name for himself on Beverly Hills 90210, can be seen in his latest series, Anger Management.

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