Zooey Deschanel Is Selling Her Perfect Cottage In The Hills

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When you're engaged, pregnant, and a proud new homeowner of $4.5 million Manhattan Beach digs, you probably want to start letting go of your pre-motherhood life. For Zooey Deschanel, that means selling her adorable home in the Hollywood Hills.

According to Trulia, she's selling the property for $2.2 million — which is practically chump change in the celebrity real estate world. But, one peek inside proves that it has all the makings of a truly stunning abode. It boasts three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, and is set on a half-acre lot. And, yes — it has all of the Deschanel-worthy character you'd expect from the actress. Fun fact: She originally bought the house from Mark Ruffalo back in 2009. So, which celeb will be the next to snap up the charming cottage? Only time will tell.

We'd have a hard time saying goodbye to such a picture-perfect home, but hey, it's onwards and upwards for the New Girl star. Click through to take a peek inside her former pad.

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Surrounded by greenery, the home offers plenty of privacy.
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Who wants a boring white kitchen when you can have a brilliant blue one?
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French bistro chairs are a charming addition to the breakfast nook.
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A stunning wooden ceiling punctuates the spacious living room.
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A formal dining room gets Deschanel-ified with a bright, patterned carpet and matching flowers.
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The perfect spot for cozying up with a book.
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One of the house's three bedrooms is big enough for a dance floor.
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A built-in vanity and a chandelier give the bathroom plenty of character.
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Green walls are a bold choice, but it works for this old-school den.
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A huge backyard is perfect for alfresco meals year-round.
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The new homeowner better have a green thumb...
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Surprisingly, this shady space is, in fact, in L.A.
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