Within the hills beneath Griffith Park, a stately English Tudor owned by Fred Armisen simply hit the marketplace for $3.5 million.
Armisen, the busy actor behind exhibits resembling “Portlandia” and “Los Espookys,” purchased the Nineteen Twenties residence for simply over $2 million in 2016, data present.
He made a number of beauty adjustments throughout his six-year keep, portray the kitchen a cool shade of inexperienced and including wallpaper within the eating room and bed room. Design highlights embody customized moldings, French doorways, a tile fire and breakfast nook with bay home windows.
The lounge. (Pierre Galant)
The eating room. (Pierre Galant)
The kitchen. (Pierre Galant)
The bed room. (Pierre Galant)
The decrease stage. (Pierre Galant)
The out of doors lounge. (Pierre Galant)
The out of doors eating space. (Pierre Galant)
The view. (Pierre Galant)
The Nineteen Twenties residence. (Pierre Galant)
Elsewhere are 5 bedrooms and 4 loos in 3,500 sq. toes. The home overlooks Griffith Park from one aspect and downtown Los Angeles from the opposite, with brick patios profiting from the hillside setting.
Laura Stupsker of the Company holds the itemizing.
A “Saturday Evening Dwell” alum, Armisen has appeared in dozens of exhibits over the past twenty years together with “Moonbase 8” and “Documentary Now!,” which he co-created with Invoice Hader and Seth Meyers. The 55-year-old additionally serves as bandleader for “Late Evening With Seth Meyers.”
Earlier than touchdown in Los Feliz, he lived in a Nineteen Twenties Craftsman in Silver Lake.