Kate Beckinsale finds buyer for LA home weeks after it hit the market

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There is really nothing Kate Beckinsale can’t do, including sell her longtime Los Angeles home after only weeks on the market.

The Brentwood property, which was listed on Aug. 2 for $3.995 million, is already in contract after it found a buyer on Aug. 20, The Post has learned.

The English-born actress has enjoyed a 15-year run in the four-bedroom, five-bathroom pad she purchased for $3.595 million in 2006. 

But this also means that she won’t be leaving with that much of a profit, considering renovation projects over the years and broker fees. 

Spanning over 3,600 square feet, the home is nestled on a ridge directly above Mandeville Canyon and sits on almost half an acre of land. 

Doors open to the outside for easy backyard access.
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The formal living area.
The formal living area.
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The main living space comes with a wood-burning fireplace.
The main living space comes with a wood-burning fireplace.
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An overview of the open floor plan.
An overview of the open floor plan.

The informal living space which connects to the kitchen.
The informal living space which connects to the kitchen.

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The formal dining room.
The formal dining room.

Another look at the dining room enclave which leads to the backyard.
Another look at the dining room enclave which leads to the backyard.

An entertainment lounge area under the bridge.
An entertainment lounge area under the bridge.
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Inspired by Cape Cod, the home boasts a unique architectural design with optimal privacy. 

According to the listing, the grand library flows into the formal living and dining room, which leads to the cook’s kitchen and family room. Designer details include maple floors, solid walnut countertops and Carrara marble.

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The study.
The study.

A library with built-in book shelves is located in the study.
A library with built-in book shelves is located in the study.

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The main ensuite bedroom.
The main en-suite bedroom.

The main suite comes with a wood-burning fire place and opens out to the custom made bridge.
The main suite comes with a wood-burning fireplace and opens out to the custom-made bridge overlooking gardens.

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The primary ensuite bathroom.
The primary en-suite bathroom.

Another view of the primary bathroom.
Another view of the primary bathroom.

The bridge.
The bridge.
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The primary en-suite bedroom overlooks the gardens and boasts an expansive walk-in closet and a bath with a spa tub.

The outdoors are surrounded by landscaped grounds and gardens with a private bridge that leads to the spa tub and entertaining areas featuring city and canyon views.

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Another bedroom with a top nook.
Another bedroom with a top nook.

One of four bedrooms.
One of four bedrooms.

The home boasts canyon and city views.
The home boasts canyon and city views.

One of five bathrooms.
One of five bathrooms.

The expansive manicured lawn.
The expansive manicured lawn.
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The front porch.
The front porch.
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Beckinsale, 48, got her big break in the 1993 film adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” while she was still studying French and Russian literature at Oxford University.

She went on to star in numerous films, including “Pearl Harbor” and “Laurel Canyon,” before she was cast as Selene in the “Underworld” film series in 2003.

Last month, Beckinsale, who was previously linked to “SNL” star Pete Davidson, admitted she’s “never really been on a date.”

“I literally meet someone, get to know them at work, and then either marry them or get pregnant by them,” she told Jenn Lahmers on “Extra.”

Beckinsale shares 22-year-old daughter Lily with her former partner, Michael Sheen, and was married to film director Len Wiseman in 2004. The pair separated in 2015, with their divorce finalized in 2019.

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