Model-turned-“Planet of the Apes” remake actress Estella Warren recently put her Beverly Hills home on the market for a price so reasonable, celebrity real estate blogs have started questioning her urgency. Built in 1959, the “Regency style,” single-story home is small by Hollywood standards — only 2,250 square-feet — and at $1.95 million, doesn’t come with many of the glitzy trappings of other area estates. Though you won’t find a plush media room or giant eat-in kitchen, the home does have quaintness many Beverly Hills homes lack, like French doors, colored glass in the bathroom and charming cabinetry and tile work. The home has been freshened up with white paint, neutral furniture and colorful accents. Fun fact: Warren’s home is just down the street from where the Polanski/Tate home once stood (it was demolished in 1994, thankfully after Trent Reznor and Marilyn Manson recorded albums there) at 10050 Cielo Drive, the address that marked the scene for the Manson Family murders. [via luxist]