The seven-acre ranch that Reese Witherspoon has called home for several years has hit the market for $10 million.
Located about an hour outside of Los Angeles, the four-bedroom, 3-1/2 bathroom main house features a beamed-ceiling living room (with a massive stone fireplace), a large and bright country kitchen opening to a large dining room, and a library loft with fireplace. There is also a swimming pool, barn, horse stables, three guest cottages, carriage house, organic garden, seven acres of pasture, and picturesque landscape designed by landscape architect, Jay Griffith.
In 2011, Witherspoon married entertainment agent Jim Toth on the ranch in front of family members, celebrity friends — and a bunch of horses, chickens and pigs. The 36-year-old actress said in a 2009 interview that she purchased the property because it reminded her of her childhood in Tennessee. "We have chickens and we grow cucumbers and tomatoes. I love it."
In fact, Reese has so many chickens that she earned the nickname "Chicken Lady" from many of her neighbors and friends. "The chickens are laying more eggs than she can eat, so Reese started giving eggs away to her neighbors, parents on the kids' soccer team and all her friends," said a source.
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