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Ryan Reynolds has put his eco-friendly bachelor pad back on the market.Ryan Reynolds has put his eco-friendly bachelor pad back on the market.

Ryan Reynolds Puts Eco-Home Back on Market

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Ryan Reynolds has put his Hollywood Hills bachelor pad back on the market.

The actor purchased the cozy home in 2007, but apparently it didn’t suit his needs for long. He initially put the house on the market in 2009, during his marriage to Scarlett Johansson, and when it didn’t sell, he dropped the price and relisted it in 2011.

There were still no takers the second time around, and now it’s for sale once again. The two-bedroom, 1,789-square-foot home is currently available for the comparatively low price of $1.59 million. Built in 1953, the home features 2.5 baths, a private courtyard, French doors throughout, a cook’s kitchen, and wood-burning fireplaces.

Ryan Reynolds has put his eco-friendly bachelor pad back on the market.

WorldPropertyChannel reports that the house also has some eco-friendly features, including “solar heating, a tank-less water heater and a new roof.”

Although many celebrities also own homes in the area, Reynolds’s place seems to be smaller and less glamorous than the average celeb home. HuffPo describes it as “a remnant of his simpler past” and not the “typical Hollywood stunner.”

Interested? Check out the home’s listing for more details. Just don’t count on spotting the owner nearby — Reynolds and wife Blake Lively currently reside in Bedford, NY.

Ryan Reynolds has put his eco-friendly bachelor pad back on the market.

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