Drew Barrymore is moving from Beverly Hills to Hollywood Hills, where more young entertainers are locating.
Barrymore, 24, put her home of a couple of years on the market at $3.2 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Hollywood Hills, north of Hollywood, is already home to "Titanic" star Leonardo DiCaprio and famous O.J. Simpson houseguest and aspiring actor Kato Kaelin.
Barrymore's restored home in Beverly Hills was built shortly after the turn of the century.
The actress, a child star in "ET -- The Extraterrestrial," also appeared in such films as "Never Been Kissed" and "Ever After," and she will star in the upcoming movie "Charlie's Angels," based on the hit 1970s television series that starred Farrah Fawcett.