Christina Ricci’s “Hollywood Houselift” home — with interiors by Jeff Lewis — lists for $2.25M

So much star power in a 4-bedroom home: Owned by 'Yellowjackets' actress Christina Ricci, the house boasts interiors by designer Jeff Lewis of 'Flipping Out' fame, and is being brought to market by 'Shahs of Sunset' star, Mercedes "MJ" Javid.

Georgie Mihaila
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Now that Jeff Lewis and his talented team of designers have finished revamping Christina Ricci’s home, the actress is listing her Woodland Hills pad for sale.

Fresh off the heels of a Hollywood Houselift appearance, where Lewis brought the team in to renovate the kitchen and primary bathroom for season two of the celebrity home reno show, the 4-bedroom home popped up for sale with a $2,249,000 asking price. Mercedes “MJ” Javid with The Agency (also famous for her role on the BRAVO series Shahs of Sunset) holds the listing, but more on that in a minute.

It’s worth noting that Ricci’s house got the full Jeff Lewis treatment after its appearance on the show, with the actress commissioning the veteran interior designer to redo the rest of the house before bringing it to market.

“Jeff and I basically ended up partnering on doing the entirety of my house,” the Wednesday star told Us Magazine. “And then we’re going to look for future opportunities to flip houses together.”

While a future house-flipping show starring Christina Ricci and Jeff Lewis isn’t out of the question (and we would 100% tune in to watch it), today we’d like to focus on the project the two have already completed.

Particularly since the results are nothing short of spectacular.

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Christina Ricci’s Woodland Hills home: Specs & features

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

Originally built in 1956, the traditional home sits on a 0.28-acre lot in a private, lush enclave south of the boulevard in Woodland Hills.

Clocking in at 2,718 square feet of living space, the inviting home has 4 bedrooms (including a primary with an en-suite bathroom, walk-in closets, and a Romeo and Juliet balcony), 4 bathrooms, a home office, and quite a few outdoor amenities, including a pool and putting green.

Jeff Lewis-renovated interiors

A longtime fan of the designer’s work, Ricci was more than happy to let Jeff Lewis give her home a makeover.

“When I was approached to do this, I was really excited,” she shared when season 2 of Hollywood Houselift first aired. “I also needed a few rooms in my house redone, so it seemed like a win-win.”

But the former Flipping Out star didn’t stop at the kitchen and bathroom; he went on to renovate the entire 1956-built home, giving it a fresh, contemporary look — and a note of glam that befits its current famous owner.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency
Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency
Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency
Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

The “Hollywood Houselift”-featured kitchen

The focus of the home’s appearance on the show, the kitchen has been meticulously renovated. It now features new custom cabinetry, brand-new marble countertops, custom white shelves, JennAir appliances, and a 36″ professional-style gas range.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

Cleverly masked additions (meant not to intrude on the stylish design) include a built-in microwave drawer, a panel-ready dishwasher, and an under-the-counter beverage fridge.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

Beautifully appointed living spaces

The open floorplan flows freely from the chef’s kitchen into the dining and living areas, with warm wood and gold accents dotting the spaces.

There’s also a formal living room with a double-sided fireplace, perfect for entertaining guests and hosting intimate gatherings.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

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A primary suite worthy of a Hollywood star

The primary bedroom suite is the only bedroom set on the upper level of the house, with the remaining three bedrooms being located on the lower level.

With an en-suite bathroom, walk-in closets, and doors opening to the Romeo and Juliet balcony, the bedroom is a quiet, stylish retreat that hints at its soon-to-be-former owner’s star power.

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The newly-renovated floral bathroom

Undoubtedly one of the most memorable transformations in Season 2 of Hollywood Houselift, Christina’s primary bathroom is now a stylish retreat featuring bold floral wallpaper, a walk-in shower, a freestanding tub, and gold fixtures and accents throughout.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

The outdoor areas are equally charming

Christina Ricci’s house isn’t just beautiful on the inside.

The freshly revamped abode has an absolutely beautiful backyard that takes full advantage of its lush Woodland Hills location, complementing the greenery with water features, cozy seating, nature pathways, and more.

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Amenities include a pool, waterfall, and pathways

Enchanting pathways add another note of charm to this beautiful celebrity home.

With water features like a pool and waterfall and surrounded by lush greenery, the outdoor space is great for entertaining and relaxation alike.

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There’s even a putting green

Widening the potential buyers pool for his famous client, Jeff Lewis added a putting green right outside the house, making it a great choice for golfing enthusiasts.

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The house doesn’t hold the best memories for the actress

“One of the reasons I wanted to sell the house and move on was because that is the house where I lived through an abusive marriage,” Ricci told SheKnows ahead of the Hollywood Houselift season finale on Jan. 31. “I actually don’t have wonderful memories in it and living in that house was not great afterward for my emotional state.”

Ricci shared the Woodland Hills home with ex-husband James Heerdegen, whom she divorced in 2020. Following their split, the Yellowjackets actress opened up about the alleged emotional and physical abuse she endured during their 7-year marriage, making it easy to see why the Addams Family Values star doesn’t have the fondest memories of the home.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

Ricci’s other homes

In 2022, Christina sold her New York townhouse, a three-story, four-bedroom home located in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, listed for $2.4 million.

Ricci also famously owned the architectural gem known as the Samuel-Novarro House — a historic Mayan Revival residence designed by Lloyd Wright, son of legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, in 1928 — selling it in 2006 for a little over $2.8 million.

A Hollywood favorite, the Los Feliz residence has been owned by several A-listers over the years, with composer Leonard Bernstein, actress Diane Keaton, and director Gary Ross all calling it home at one point.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

Listed with a famous real estate agent

Fitting for a property with so much star power, Ricci’s house is listed for $2,249,000 with Shahs of Sunset star Mercedes “MJ” Javid.

Beyond her reality TV fame, Mercedes is a highly accomplished real estate agent with celebrity-favorite brokerage The Agency, best known outside of the industry for their hit Netflix series Buying Beverly Hills.

She currently holds the keys to Christina Ricci’s Hollywood Houselift home — though not for long, as we’re willing to bet this listing won’t spend too much time on the market.

Photo credit: The Luxury Level / The Agency

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded