‘Falling Skies’ Moon Bloodgood lists Venice home for $2.12 million
Moon Bloodgood, the "Falling Skies" actress, has reportedly put her Venice, Calif., home on the open market for $2.12 million.
The Los Angeles Times broke the news of the listing. Bloodgood's listing comes just months after she welcomed her baby daughter - Pepper. She gave birth to Pepper December 15 and took her maternity leave partway through production of the third season of "Falling Skies."
"Right in the middle of shooting, I was about eight to eight-and-a-half months, and I said, "You know what guys, I don't want to have the baby in Canada. I gotta go home and build my nursery and make sure I'm all prepared," Bloodgood told Entertainment Weekly in an earlier interview.
Bloodgood was over the moon when Pepper arrived.
"I've never been happier," she told People Magazine. "I know now what happiness feels like. Everything just looks brighter, the world just looks sunnier. I think it's the hormones or something because I feel fantastic. I feel truly like I have purpose, and that purpose is not about me."
Now that the family has expanded and with baby Pepper growing up, Bloodgood probably wants to move to a larger place.
Listing records of the home reveal that the residence in Venice is a 2,003 square feet, single-family house comprising of two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Interiors feature hardwood flooring, drywall and wood-beamed ceilings and French windows.
There is a custom-built kitchen, a den (that has a grey closet with "pepper" etched in an artsy manner over the middle) and a family room. Outside, the house has decks both in the front and the back that allow for ample outdoor recreation. There is a detached garage and office space on the property too.
The listing lies with Cathy Bindley of Sotheby's International Realty. It describes the house as a "stunning" residence "located on one of the most desirable streets in Venice. It is close to stores and restaurants on Abbott Kinney, with the beach nearby. The home was remodeled with attention to detail and is flooded with natural light throughout."
"Don't miss this one-of-a-kind home," the listing adds.
Check out the photos of the residence here.