Scarlett Johansson is officially the latest celebrity resident of Snedens Landing in Rockland County.
The “Avengers” and “Lost in Translation” star was in contract to buy a home, The Post reported in June.
Last weeks, Johansson closed on her new property in the enclave near Palisades, NY, which has also housed notable names including Björk, Bill Murray and Diane Sawyer. The purchase price was $4 million.
Johansson’s new spread was designed by late architect and Snedens resident Eric Gugler, who was hired by Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt to design the West Wing of the White House, according to the listing, which was last asking $4.29 million.
Former owners include the actress Brenda Forbes.
Legendary actress Katharine Hepburn was also a frequent guest at the house, especially for Thanksgiving.
The home comes with lots of ivy, wrought-iron balconies, gardens, brick patios, footpaths and a pool with a cabana house — all overlooking the Hudson River. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,000-square-foot property sits on 0.79 acres.
It was originally the site of the residence of Robert Sneden, a local landowner for whom the enclave was named.
The listing broker was Richard Ellis of Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty.