Naya Rivera's house has been placed on the market, six months after she died aged 33.
The former actress lost her life in a freak accident in July 2020 while enjoying a boating trip with her son, Josey, five.
Rivera who shot to fame on Glee lived in the impressive four-bedroom, three-bathroom house in Los Feliz with Josey from 2018, until the time of her death.
The star had vanished on July 8 after failing to return a rental boat on Lake Piru with her son, who she shared with ex-husband Ryan Dorsey.
After several days of searching the vast lake and surrounding areas, Naya was found lifeless on July 13 with her cause of death being accidental drowning.
Shortly after her death, Ryan moved in with Naya's sibling in order for them to look after Josey together.
Now, Los Angeles estate agents Keller Williams Realtors have listed the stunning property for a hefty £2.25 million, a huge rise forms the £1.92 million Naya had paid.
Nikki and Robb Friedman who are responsible for the sale describe the cosy living room as a "French classic".
The kitchen features solid oak flooring throughout, complete with oak cabinets and a marble cooking island in the centre of the bright and airy room.
Naya's former living room features an authentic log fire, with a comfortable looking crisp white sofa sweeping around the corner, looming onto the immaculate garden.
The master bedroom includes a chic four-poster bed, high ceilings and an en-suite to dream of with a freestanding bath and individual shower.
While two more upstairs bedrooms share a Jack and Jill style ensuite with snazzy chrome print tiles.
Upstairs, there is a patio area for the resident to bask in the scorching Los Angeles sunshine, sipping cocktails while overlooking the landscaped gardens and free-standing swimming pool.
The home of the former actress was built in 1935 and has since undergone a massive transformation to give it a crisp feel, with the exterior being painted white with glossy black paint being used to highlight the door and window frames.
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