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Inside Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson's Old Loveshack

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While history may not remember it as one of the world's priciest divorces, the split between Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson has left a fine piece of real estate wanting for a new owner. No sooner did the pair pick up Los Angeles' Wong House (in August 2010) did they publicly announce their divorce just a few months later.

Now the perfectly restored two-bedroom, three-bathroom house, designed in 1969 by Buff & Hensman, shows zero signs of wear and tear, despite whatever marital spats may have happened within its walls. On the contrary, it's "totally restored and upgraded to eco-friendly in the last year including solar power" and has the "perfect indoor/outdoor flow for entertainment." Other features include floor-to-ceiling glass walls, a private master suite with a private walled garden and outdoor bath, and plans for a second story.

The A-list actors are asking $3.65M—peanuts for these guys, especially when compared to moving on with their lives.

· 2651 Nottingham Place, Los Angeles [Zillow]
· All Wong House coverage [Curbed LA]