Awkwafina Lists Contemporary West Hollywood Townhome For $2.4 Million

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“Crazy Rich Asians,” “Ocean’s 8,” and “The Farewell” star Awkwafina has listed her contemporary townhome in West Hollywood on the market for $2.4 million shortly after purchasing a stylish Bel-Air mansion.


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Born as Nora Lum in Queens, New York, she has come a far way from the small railroad apartment in Brooklyn following her catapult into the limelight. The actress, comedian, and internet personality was once “scared” to invest in a larger space, but eventually moved to West Hollywood in 2019 where she purchased a $2.27 million townhome. Nearly two years later, she is now bidding farewell to her former residence listing it on the market for a slightly heightened price of $2.4 million. The presumed reason as to why she is selling her former home is that she recently purchased a stylish Bel-Air mansion for $3.5 million.

Awkwafina’s former West Hollywood home is a contemporary townhome spanning 3,500 square feet. The residence includes three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The loft-style living space offers three levels, a roof deck with spa, and dazzling views of the cityscape. The space opens to a living and dining area with a fireplace and glass doors leading to a balcony. The white, modern kitchen equipped with two-tone cabinets and stainless-steel appliances sits adjacent to the dining space with cathedral ceilings and a bright light fixture. Upstairs, the master suite features a spacious walk-in closet and luxurious bathroom with dual vanities and glassed-in shower. The modern space also offers two other ensuite bedrooms, large bonus room, kitchenette, and office with separate entrance. Other perks of the home consist of four balconies, a two-car garage, sound system with built-in speakers, and easy access to a plethora of restaurants and shops on the nearby Melrose Avenue.

Danny Brown with Compass holds the listing for this property.

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