Bradley Cooper has listed his Venice Bungalow. Purchased in 2004, the property is the actor's first Los Angeles home and has been transformed over the years with help from interior designer Santillane de Chanaleille. Its 1,571 square-foot interior is light and airy, with white walls and expansive glazing, while rustic wood finishes and reclaimed floors give living spaces a boho vibe. Making the most of the modest footprint, the house delivers an open concept with a kitchen, living area, and dining room, as well as two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Folding doors connect the inside to the backyard, providing essential indoor/outdoor flow. The lush lawn is an ideal entertaining space, offering a sitting area and dining room secluded by tall hedges and draping vines.