Veteran actress, YA genre novelist, poetry writing memoirist andsocial media mogul Bella Thorne, who’s fearlessly assumed the squeaky clean young Disney star-turned-provocative wild child role once pioneered by Miley Cyrus and who frequently posts personal and racy images to her nearly 20 million followers on Instagram, has swapped her conventional suburban home in the San Fernando Valley’s Sherman Oaks community, albeit one she painted a funky deep purple that all of her neighbors probably don’t love, for a secluded and semi-remote $3.3 million spread in the rugged mountains near Topanga, Calif., between Malibu and Calabasas.
Sequestered down a private, gated lane and perched high along a slender ridge with wrap-around mountain and peek-a-boo ocean and city lights views, the ten-acre estate’s luxuriously appointed, generically Mediterranean main house contains five bedrooms and six bathrooms while a detached guesthouse provides another bedroom and bathroom. Interior spaces include a grand, double-height foyer with twin curved staircases, an also double-height living room with fireplace, a separate dining room and an eat-in gourmet kitchen arranged around a large island.
Several of the ample guest bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and/or French doors to a balcony or terrace while the master suite offers a fireplace and a private balcony. Outside the family room, a large, sun-baked patio with a built-in grilling station gives way to a flat, grassy expanse that surrounds a Spanish tile-accented swimming pool and spa and a fire pit at the center of a circular built-in banquette. There’s also a spacious walk-in closet and a spa-style bathroom with a two-person soaking tub set into a tiled niche lined with windows that frame serene mountain views.
Last year she gave Vogue.com a tour of the by-any-standard outlandishly decorated residence that has been viewed nearly six million times and during which she claimed she paid the for roughly 4,500 square foot luxury home largely with the proceeds of sponsored Instagram posts, which at that time fetched her an astonishing $65,000 per posting.” /> The now 21-year-old 2015 Teen Choice Award winner, with at least half of a dozen projects in various stages of production, including the indie revenge thriller ”Leave Not One Alive,” opposite Oscar winner Melissa Leo, and who just this week proactively released nude photos of herself rather than be blackmailed by an alleged hacker who threatened to release them, acquired her Sherman Oaks home in the fall of 2016 for a bit more than $2 million.
The property was listed with Paul Ferra and Melissa Oliver, both with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage; Thorne was represented by Brandon Melgar at Keller Williams Realty Los Feliz.

She continued, "You do it because of the love of the art — because of stories that you passionately want to tell. And this is one of those for us."
As "The Parting Glass" is an independent film, which Debruge cited is arriving at a moment in which such films are "really beleaguered in theaters here," Paquin explained that "we wouldn't do it if we weren't passionate about it. You don't produce independent film if you're looking for fame, finance, and glory."
"One of the things that Denis and Steve were playing with is the idea of memories being unreliable," Paquin said.
It's a "True Blood" reunion for "The Parting Glass" star Anna Paquin.
"You only ever see Colleen, my character, through flashbacks as told by her various siblings and her husband and her father," she said. Paquin also disclosed that her character is seldom seen directly in the movie.
The cast went through "various permutations" to assemble in light of the indie financing process, according to Paquin. "You have to build the pieces of the puzzle to figure out the bigger financial picture and when you're really and truly asking people to come in just for the love of the art, availability changes on almost a monthly basis," she said.
The Karlovy Vary Film Festival began on June 29 and runs through July 7.” />
The trio also have a production company together. The drama was written by and also stars Denis O'Hare, Paquin's former co-star on "True Blood," while Stephen Moyer, Paquin's husband and "True Blood" love interest, makes his directorial debut on the feature. Sitting down with Variety's chief film critic Peter Debruge, Paquin discussed the release of her newest independent movie at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival in the Czech Republic.
Describing all the cast iterations as equally wonderful, Paquin said "the final one that came together is absolutely dreamy."
Featuring an ensemble cast that also includes Rhys Ifans, Melissa Leo, Cynthia Nixon, and Ed Asner, "The Parting Glass" revolves around a "family coming together in the wake of the suicide of one of the siblings," Paquin explained. "It is a pretty challenging and quite dark, but a strangely uplifting and humorous-at-times family drama."