Magazine article Variety

Callie Khouri Lists Cottage in Santa Monica

Magazine article Variety

Callie Khouri Lists Cottage in Santa Monica

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1 A 1920s Spanish cottage in Santa Monica owned, per property records, by screenwriter Callie Khouri, popped up for sale at a hair under $2.2 million and in less than 24 hours was hustled into escrow with an unknown buyer at an unknown price. Khouri, creator of the acclaimed "Nashville" TV series and a 1992 Oscar winner for penning "Thelma & Louise," acquired the 1,813-square-foot house in 1990 for $575,000. Listing details show that the modest and homey, if not exactly inexpensive, pink stucco abode, just six blocks from the beach in the Ocean Park neighborhood, has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

A white brick fireplace grounds the window-lined living room; the dining room opens through French doors to a trellis-shaded deck at the side of the house; and the eat-in country-style kitchen is smartly outfitted with slategray countertops and snow-white cabinets. …

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