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Take a tour around Reese Witherspoon's LA mansion

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Reese Witherspoon has given a rare tour of her beautiful California home as part of an interview with Vogue.

In the series known as "73 questions" interview, the video sees the actress, 38, giving short-fire answers on anything and everything, whilst walking through the rooms and garden of her abode.

The first thing you'll notice is the open-plan California house has no doors with large arches in places of doors.

There are two living rooms - one casual with large comfy sofas, cushions and throws, while the other is more formal with a black piano taking pride of place by the window and a wall full of books with frames hanging off the shelves.

There's a huge dining room where the star says she'd like to host a dinner with all the female US senators, serve them lasagne and discuss why there are not more female senators.

Then, Witherspoon takes us outside where there's a blue mosaic pool, four sun loungers and a large picnic table, where she hosts pool parties every weekend. She serves iced tea (her grandmother's recipe) and her Oscar statue (which she won for her role as June Carter in Walk the Line) sits in a bucket of ice next to the pitcher.

She then leads us into another section of her garden where a hammock hangs from trees and a giant trampoline sits in the grass. Of course, the fun-loving star takes a few jumps mid-interview.

Among her answers, Witherspoon revealed her favorite restaurant (The Ivy at The Shore in Santa Monica), favourite holiday destination (France), the country she'd like to visit (Venezuela), the first thing she thinks about in the morning (coffee) and the Instagram account everyone should follow (@tunameltsmyheart)

She also said if there were a yearbook for Hollywood, she would be named "Life of the Party" and if she were a rapper her stage name would be "Little Spoon".

The star also revealed the TV show she'd love to make a cameo appearance on, Girls, but her all-time favourite television show is Mad Men.

Take the tour of Reese Witherspoon's home below.

Watch the full clip of Vogue's 73 questions with Reese Witherspoon below

Images: Vogue Videos

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