The Spiderman star—and his jewelry designer wife, Jennifer Meyer—shelled out $2.675 million for the hip Santa Monica hideaway.
The Mission-style spread features two separate buildings, including a three-bedroom bungalow (originally built in the 1920s) and a two-story studio space.
Modern architectural details such as exposed beams, hardwood flooring, and lots of skylights offset the classical feel of the almost century-old digs.
Famed architect Ruben Ojeda recently renovated the quaint place, adding a second story to the main house and raising the ceilings to 22 feet, ensuring plenty of natural light.
A gravel walkway leads to the Koning Eizenberg-designed art studio, which easily doubles as guesthouse or home office.
Outside, several vine-covered terraces and courtyards frame the home as well as a serene outdoor sleeping porch.