Per Variety’s exclusive, Longoria purchased the precious pad—that even has it’s own breakfast room—all the way back in 2005.
Built in 1924, the classic Italianate spread features gated exterior stairs, a wide front porch, and a two-story foyer with flagstone-tiled floors.
The spacious living room has cool coved ceilings, while the formal dining room has arched windows and bay seating.
The galley-style kitchen comes with black granite countertops and custom hardwood cabinetry.
The home holds three bedrooms, including the second floor master suite, which boasts an awning-shaded loggia and sleeping porch.
The master bedroom’s porch also offers some pretty spectacular views of the surrounding hills and cityscape, making the place a real steal for whoever scores it.