Zooey Deschanel’s Former Hollywood Hills Home Is Listed for $2.99 Million

A Hollywood Hills home once owned by Zooey Deschanel and Mark Ruffalo is now on the market. Scroll through to see inside.
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The home spans nearly 3,000 square feet.
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There's a brick fireplace and beamed ceilings.
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The formal dining room.
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The step-down living room.
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There are three bedrooms.
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The master suite is covered in banana leaf wallpaper.
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The master bathroom.
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The kitchen has a center island and marble counters.
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There are brass fixtures.
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Deschanel lived in the home with her now ex-husband, Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard.
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Deschanel and Gibbard bought the home from Mark Ruffalo.
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She sold the home in 2015.
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The house is now on the market for $2.99 million.
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The library has a fireplace and built-in shelves.
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The recording studio.
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The sunroom.
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There's a covered pergola outside.
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The Hollywood Hills home that Zooey Deschanel once owned with her now ex-husband, Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard, is now on the market.

Deschanel purchased the three-bedroom, four-bathroom celeb pedigreed-estate in 2009 from none other than Mark Ruffalo.

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Deschanel and Gibbard finalized their divorce in 2012, and the New Girl actress ended up offloading this 2,957-square-foot Los Angeles abode for $2.33 million in 2015.

Zooey Deschanel’s celeb-pedigreed former home is back on the market. Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage

And now, the 0.5-acre property is back up for grabs, with a $2.99 million price tag attached.

The eat-in kitchen has patterned floors and is equipped with marble countertops, a center island and brass fixtures, with a La Cornue stove and a butler’s pantry. There’s a built-in banquette for a more casual breakfast area, in addition to a formal dining room.

The step-down living room has cross-beamed white ceilings and a brick-framed fireplace, with doors that lead outside, per the listing held by ACME Real Estate broker Cari Field.

The master suite is bedecked in Martinique’s classic banana leaf-print wallpaper, as well as a white wood-clad ceiling. French doors open out to a pergola-covered dining patio. The master bath is fitted with marble countertops, double sinks, a spa tub and a separate shower.

There’s a sun room, plus a library with a fireplace. There’s also a recording studio and a detached guest house.

Deschanel, who announced her separation from her second husband, Jacob Pechenik, last year, and is now in a relationship with Jonathan Scott, relocated to Manhattan Beach after moving out of this Hollywood Hills home, but she’s in the market for a new residence, too. She recently sold her Manhattan Beach abode for $5.9 million, and it doesn’t look like she’s scooped up any other West Coast properties just yet.

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