Reality television star Lauren Conrad has paid $2,360,000 for a renovated Spanish-style house on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip.

 

The New York Post's Page Six column first wrote about Conrad's purchase of the home at 1627 N. Orange Grove Avenue in Los Angeles, back on January 9. Subsequent to that, our friends over at the Real Estalker penned a post and then almost immediately thereafter uploaded an update about Conrad's home.

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Now, we can be the first to report the exact amount that Conrad, 22, paid for the three-bedroom house. Records show that Conrad paid $2,360,000 for the house on January 2, with the deal being recorded on February 1.

Conrad's new, recently renovated house had been listed for $2,495,000. Built in 1922, the two-story house measures either 2,166 square feet, according to public records, or 3,009 square feet, according to listing information. Features in the walled and gated house include a courtyard entry, two and a half baths, a den, refinished hardwood floors, a custom kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances, and Carrera marble, according to listing information. Other features include wrought iron work, original moldings, antique light fixtures, a den with traditional Spanish floor tiles and public rooms that all open to a sun-filled yard, according to listing information. Outside on the 0.17-acre property are a detached guest house with a full bath, a pool and an outdoor fireplace, according to public records and listing information.

Check out online listing sheets for the house -- complete with photos -- here.