Where Does Margot Robbie Live And How Big Is Her House?

Hollywood's A-list actresses tend to have enviable homes. Just check out Emilia Clarke's $33,000 a month California abode, Emma Watson's semi-secretive London house, and Mindy Kaling's Malibu beachfront home that once belonged to Frank Sinatra. And they're not the only successful screen stars who have impressive residences. Case in point? Birds of Prey star Margot Robbie.

If you think you've already seen the actress' home thanks to Vogue's 2019 "73 Questions" interview with the star, then you might be surprised to find out that what you were seeing was, in fact, a "decoy house owned by Stone Cold Fox designer Cydney Morris, affectionately nicknamed 'The Foxalow,'" according to Harper's Bazaar. The house is so popular that it even has its own Instagram account. When you take a peek at its "beachy interior design touches like a shell chandelier, distressed wood doors, decorative sunhats, surfboards, blue-and-white accents, and a perfect outdoor space made for entertaining," it's not hard to see why it's so popular.

However, "Robbie's real home ... is not dissimilar." Indeed, it's just as fabulous, if not more so.

Margot Robbie lives in an 'upmarket' Los Angeles suburb

After sharing a house with six friends in London, Australian actress Margot Robbie and her husband, Tom Ackerley, bought a 3,300-square-foot house in the "upmarket Los Angeles suburb of Hancock Park" in 2017, according to Harper's Bazaar. The purchase cost them $2.73 million USD, which is around $3.9 million AUD.

Described as "a pretty white weatherboard number complete with a flawless front lawn and bay windows," the spacious home features five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. The star also gets to enjoy a "modern marble kitchen, a navy blue dining room, and light-filled interiors thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows."

The residence boasts a balcony off of the master bedroom, a "boutique-like" wine cellar, and a pool with a cabana, with the Observer noting that it also "features accented paneled walls, brass and chrome fixtures, and European oak hardwood floors." As lovely as all of that sounds, Robbie, as a loving pet-owner, may have been motivated to buy the home because of the fact that there's "a private dog/cat room that's built in with a separate entry door." Now that's a paw-some perk!