HOUSE OF THE DAY: Drew Barrymore Is Selling The Estate Where She Got Married For $7.5 Million

Drew Barrymore home

Drew Barrymore has listed the California mansion where she married husband Will Kopelman last year for $7.5 million, according to real estate website Trulia.

Barrymore originally bought the home in 2010 for $5.7 million, long before meeting her husband or giving birth to their daughter, Olive.

The Montecito estate has a gorgeous 1937 home built on two acres of property, and is currently listed through Sotheby’s International Realty agent Suzanne Perkins.

The two-story mansion has six bedrooms, a separate guest apartment, remote-controlled property gates, and a huge backyard — big enough for Barrymore and Kopelman to hold their star-studded, 190-guest wedding.

Welcome to Drew Barrymore's Montecito mansion in California.

The actress's property sits on two acres of lush land with roses and fruit trees.

The inside foyer isn't too showy, and welcomes guests into the 6,258-square-foot home.

A classic wood-burning fireplace is flanked on either side by French double doors in the living room.

There's another fireplace in this cozy sitting room with views of the backyard and polished wood floors.

The dining room seats 12 comfortably with a chandelier overhead and another set of French doors.

But for a more intimate setting, the kitchen island doubles as bar seating for a makeshift dinner party.

Barrymore's home has six bedrooms throughout, and 7.5 bathrooms.

A sun porch leads out to the backyard and connects to both the library and dining room.

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