When Vampire Diaries hunk Paul Wesley got a taste of TV success, he took a big bite out of the real estate market.
The CW heartthrob, 31, and his wife Torrey DeVitto, who announced Monday they’re calling it quits after two years of marriage, actually bought the Hollywood Hills home just eight months after they said their “I dos” in December 2011.
Built in 1926, Wesley bought the newlywed nest for $949,000 and we can see why.
The romantic two-story home, built in 1926, boasts its original Spanish Colonial architecture. The future bachelor pad for the newly-single star is a spacious 3,200 square-foot, 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath with a classic rotunda entry, hardwood floors, hexagon-shaped living room, upper-floor dining area, high open archways, and walls of windows.
Lush with surrounding foliage, vivid landscapes, and panoramic canyon and city vistas, the old-fashioned sanctuary set in the hills above Los Angeles is a charming backdrop with tons of natural sunlight throughout and a view of the grounds and cityscape from the second-story balcony and large stone terrace.
The couple, who met in 2007 on the set of their film Killer Movie, “have decided to amicably split. They will continue to remain good friends,” the actor’s rep told PEOPLE.
Go inside the soon-to-be-ex couple’s charming Hollywood Hills home in the CB! gallery above.