Actress Turned Activist Rose McGowan Lists Hollywood Hills Contemporary (EXCLUSIVE)

Earlier this month Rose McGowan said she planned to sell her Los Angeles residence in order to finance her fight against unspecified legal action by Harvey Weinstein, who she’s publicly accused of raping her, and, sure enough, the feisty and understandably mad-as hell activist/actress’s contemporary residence above Nichols Canyon in the Hollywood Hills has indeed popped up for sale at $1.9 million. The “Charmed” star, who will release her “ pull no punches ” memoir “ Brave ” concurrently with the start of the docu-series “ Citizen Rose ,” which tracks her efforts to combat sexual harassment and violence and debuts next week on E!, purchased the 1960s hillside residence in late 2011 for $1.39 million.

A wide set of stairs and a not-particularly-private, two-story wall of glass between a pair of chunky white stucco volumes marks the entrance to the 2,923-square-foot contemporary that has four bedrooms and three bathrooms on two floors. The lower level entry, with an open-tread switchback floating staircase that manages to be both airy and muscular, is flanked by a street-level two-car garage and a bedroom/den and adjoining bathroom.

At the top of the stairs a spacious living room has wood floors, a bank of wood-trimmed […]

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