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Beloved for her roles in indie films like Juno and Whip It, Canadian actress and producer Ellen Page recently put her mid-century bungalow in Los Angeles’ Nichols Canyon on the market for just under $2 million, according to Variety.

Built in the 1950s, the three-bedroom, two-bath post-and-beam-style home previously belonged to tennis superstar Venus Williams. Page purchased the dwelling from the Grand Slam champ nearly five years ago for $1.7 million, and put her mark on the retro gem by outfitting spaces with a mix of stylish vintage and contemporary furnishings.

An open floor-plan, a voluminous pitched ceiling, and sliding glass doors that open up to the outdoors make the cozy bungalow feel bright and spacious. Outside, the lanai and a cantilevered deck offer up picture-perfect views of the canyon below. Let’s take a tour!