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Emma Stone is Austin's newest celebrity resident

Emma Stone has reportedly bought this house in Tarrytown. (Laura Figi)

Emma Stone is Austin’s newest A-lister—joining names like Joe Rogan, Jonathan Van Ness and James Marsden—after she reportedly traded in Hollywood glamor for a cushy Tarrytown estate.


The 33-year-old “La La Land” actress reportedly relocated to the capital city last May, according to a report from Dirt.com, after quietly purchasing a 1.2-acre property, which was never listed.

What we know about the home:

  • At 6,200 square feet, the home has four bedrooms and six bathrooms.
  • The home was sold by real estate tycoon and Texas native C. Patrick Oles Jr., of Austin-based Barshop & Oles Co., who bought the dwelling in 1997.
  • The home was last listed in the $4 million range but is likely worth about $7-8 million now.
  • Kendra Scott is reportedly one of her new neighbors.

This is Stone’s fourth and by far most expensive property; aside from her new Texas digs, Stone owns a stylish New York City apartment, a $3.25 million mid-century home in Malibu and a $2.3 million Los Angeles Westwood home. Stone sold her $3.9 million Beverly Hills home in 2019.

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