If you've been dreaming of the day you can wake up in the same digs as Elle Woods, you'll have to wait a little longer. A recent Variety story, which now appears to have been taken down, stated that Reese Witherspoon had put one of her Nashville homes on the market for $4.4 million. The 23-image gallery that accompanied it showed a stunning rustic-inspired estate, complete with a fireplace, gigantic open floor plan, and sweeping, curved staircase.
The only problem? The house isn't hers. Reese took to Instagram earlier this week to clarify, doing so in the classiest way possible.
"Hey @Variety, this house is so pretty, but it's not mine!!!" she wrote over a screenshot of the article, posting it to Instagram Stories.
Reese's publicity team further backed this up, telling W — which also originally reported on the listing — that the information was "completely inaccurate." Though Variety was cited for the story, the information was covered by multiple outlets, including Fox News and Cottages & Gardens, which have since taken down their stories as well. We have reached out to Variety for comment, as their story was the one cited by Reese, and we'll update this article as we know more.
The Big Little Lies star actually owns three houses in Nashville, according to W, but she and her family spend most of their time at their Pacific Palisades home in California, which cost them about $12.7 million when they bought it back in 2014. You can get a glimpse of that space — and what it's like to live la vida Reese — through these photos she's d.
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