Though she may have played Miss New Jersey as Gracie Hart in Miss Congeniality, Sandra Bullock's own taste in beach homes is more Georgia peach than Jersey Shore—or at least it was. The actress has put her personal seaside home on Georgia's Tybee Island up for sale (for $6.5 million, making it the most expensive home on the island) through —offering fans a glimpse into the actress's personal style.
The 7-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom property—which Bullock purchased in 2001 for $1.49 million— comprises a main house and a guest house. The homes sit on 3 acres of beachfront property, complete with a boardwalk leading to the shore. Besides its standard-issue gourmet kitchen and spacious family rooms, the home also includes a gym, basketball court, game room, grill area, and crow's nest.
No Bird Box blindfolds here, please: that crow's nest several screened and open porches offer views of the Atlantic— the property's sparkling pool.
Inside, meanwhile, the house's decor is all breezy, beachy style: white, slipcovered furniture, natural wicker accents, and plenty of blue-and-white stripes make for a comfortable, classic look befitting America's sweetheart. Model sailboats and potted indoor palms underscore the seaside setting. That is to say: This airy haven is quite a far cry from the dark loft where Bullock plotted the famous Met Gala heist alongside Cate Blanchett in Ocean's 8.
Into the decor? Well, if you've got $6.5 million to spend, you're in luck. The listing specifies that "this property comes fully furnished with the exception of a few personal items." Of course, we can't help but wonder which of the items shown will go with the actress. Does Sandy secretly have a collection of model sailboats? Or round, ruffled pillows? Guess only the lucky buyer will ever know.