Kate Upton and Justin Verlander’s $11 million Beverly Hills residence is purchased by Timothee Chalamet
Timothée Chalamet has purchased a mansion in the Beverly Hills neighbourhood. Reportedly paying $11 million, the Beautiful Boy actor, then 26 years old, bought the former house of model Kate Upton, then 30, and her husband, MLB superstar Justin Verlander, then 39. The one and a half acre estate with a swimming pool, a tennis court fit for a champion, and a manicured lawn was reportedly on the market for $11.7 million, as reported by The Daily Mail.
According to reports, the 5521-square-foot estate is outfitted with a steam shower, freestanding soaking tub, theatre room with wet bar, temperature-controlled wine room, and more. The pictures reveal a stunning mansion set on a massive lot in a quiet corner of the hills, ideal for hosting large gatherings. There are two closets in the master bedroom, each with its own set of shelves, drawers, and other storage options. It’s been said that Justin and Kate paid $5,250,000 for their mansion in 2016 and have subsequently made numerous improvements and repairs.
The extravagant purchase makes sense, given the star’s status as a future style icon. The actor of “Lady Bird” is currently preparing for his role as “Willy Wonka” in “Wonka,” based on the Roald Dahl character that will be released in 2023. The second instalment of Dune, which will star him and Zendaya, is scheduled for release in the winter of 2023.
The actor revealed his struggles with stardom in a frank interview with TIME last year. “I’m figuring it out,” he told the magazine in an interview that was released on October 11, 2021. “On my worst days, I feel a tension in figuring it out. But on my best days, I feel like I’m growing right on time.” He also shared the advice of an industry “hero” on how to succeed in the notoriously fleeting entertainment business.
“One of my heroes—I can’t say who or he’d kick my a**—he put his arm around me the first night we met and gave me some advice,” he informed. When asked what it was, he replied, “No hard drugs. And no superhero movies.”