Kristen Wiig Just Made History with the Purchase of This Pasadena Case Study Home

Kristen Wiig is making history with her most recent purchase. The Saturday Night Live alum recently dropped $2.96 million for a house better known as Pasadena’s Case Study House #10. Sponsored by Arts & Architecture magazine, the Case Study Houses were a series of homes built between 1945 and 1966, meant to showcase work by the major architects of the day, including Richard Neutra, Raphael Soriano, Pierre Koenig, A. Quincy Jones, and Ralph Rapson. Wiig’s particular home was designed by father-son architect team Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland Jr. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places soon after its construction.

The midcentury-modern-style home, originally built in 1947, features nearly 3,500 square feet and includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms, with an open floor plan centered around a tall brick fireplace. Wiig will also get plenty of open-air luxury with her new residence, which sits on a one-third-acre lot and boasts terraced gardens, a swimming pool, and a spa. It’s clear that Wiig knows what she likes, too: The comedian also currently owns another midcentury residence that sits above the Silver Lake Reservoir, which she purchased for $1.7 million in 2014. In July, she parted with her 2,719-square-foot Los Feliz home.

 
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