‘Dracula’ star Jonathan Rhys Meyers lists LA home, seen stepping out with Russian model
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Jonathan Rhys Meyers, the "Dracula" star, has reportedly listed his home in Los Angeles for $1.6 million.
Meyers, born in Dublin in 1977, purchased the home in 2007 for $1.59 million.
Listing records of the residence state that the house is a 1,433-square-foot, single-family home comprised of two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Sitting on a 10,827-square-foot lot, the home was built in 1961.
Located in the Sunset Strip neighborhood of Hollywood Hills, the home boasts hardwood flooring, floor-to-ceiling glass windows and beamed ceilings all encompassed in an open floor plan. The home has a formal living area, a dining area, a modern kitchen with a breakfast bar and a media room.
Outside, the home has a swimming pool and a two-car parking garage.
The listing describes the place as a "Terrific architectural home with private pool. Custom amenities throughout including Gourmet Kitchen with Sub-Zero Refrig & Wine Storage, Viking Stove, Bosch dishwasher, stone counter-tops, custom cabinetry. Smart system controls security, lighting, climate control, home theater."
Check out pictures of the house here.
News of the listing comes amid reports of Meyers' delayed payment. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC withheld a substantial amount of his estimated $100,000-an-episode salary until filming completed, owing to his addiction issues.
More recently, Meyers was spotted in London hanging out with the Russian model Marinika Smirnova. They were spotted coming out of classic white residence, with Meyers carrying his companion's bag for her.
Since then, rumors have been flying about his relationship with the model. However, a spokesperson confirmed to the Daily Mail that the two were nothing more than good friends.
"I can confirm that they are not dating, but just friends. Jonathan is currently not in a relationship," said a source to the publication.