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Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson to Sell Eco-Friendly Home

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Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson have put the house they shared during their two years of marriage on the market. For a surprisingly reasonable (compared to other celebrity homes) $3.65 million dollars, you could own their former eco-friendly house in Los Feliz.

The Daily Mail reports that “The Wong House” was built in 1969 by Buff & Hensman. A modest 2,835 square feet, the house offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Almost every room has ceiling to floor windows allowing for maximum natural light within the space. The house also has some great eco-friendly features like solar panels.

For those who want some romance, the master bedroom has its own private garden and outdoor bath.

Check out the gallery for pictures of the home.

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  • Her brother

    find out more about real Scarlett by typing Scarlett Johansson clone in Google search bar and you would see much more then in The Island movie..

  • sergal

    There is no Scarlett Johansson original exist.

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