By Laura Vecsey
What's Christina Ricci up to these days? Well, in addition to acting, the actress has been setting the Internet afire with a weirdly interesting new hobby: Shoving herself into small spaces. It's even become a verb, and a hashtag: #Riccing.
Ricci has made some other interesting moves, although these demonstrate she's got a good eye for solid home values. Ricci grew up in L.A. and is the daughter of a real estate agent. That exposure seems to have helped her purchase and sell some fascinating homes over the years.
Ricci especially has a penchant for an exclusive neighborhood called the Oaks. It's there that she bought and sold the Samuel-Novarro House designed by master Frank Lloyd Wright. She also sold a sweet Hollywood Hills Spanish-style colonial in 2009 for $1.475 million. Now the former "Addams Family" star is looking to unload her 1,900-square-foot bungalow in Los Feliz.
Ricci has listed the two-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 5417 Red Oak Drive for $1.695 million. She paid $1.5 million for the place back in 2005.
The home is not quite traditionally decorated, considering the darker hardwoods and intriguing wallpaper that covers the walls of the living spaces. The home has good flow, sports a chef's kitchen as well as the requisite outdoor garden and patio spaces, complete with a pool and spa.
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