Actor integrate buy in Encino for $7.95 million – Sarasota Herald
January 8, 2017 - Finding Carter
LOS ANGELES — Actors Alyson Hannigan and Alexis Denisof have capped off a bustling year by shopping a place in Encino for $7.95 million.
The integrate formerly put a residence in Santa Monica adult for franchise and listed another in Brentwood for sale during $8.795 million shortly after. The Brentwood skill is now tentative sale, according to a Multiple Listing Service.
Their new residence in Encino, designed by Peter Tolkin Architecture and built in 2001, is on some-more than 3 acres of drift with a perspective of a San Fernando Valley floor. A sweeping of oaks, sycamores, palms and fruit trees lends a park-like feel to a property.
Inside, poured-concrete walls, steel-framed windows and vaulted ceilings give an atrium feel to a 5,500 block feet of vital space, that includes a good room with a fireplace, an open-plan kitchen and a media room. The master apartment has a apart office/den and a lead shower tub.
Including a apart guesthouse and an art studio/gym, there are 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. A swimming pool and sauna and a aflame tennis justice also distortion within a grounds.
The sale is among a priciest exchange historically for a San Fernando Valley area and a many costly this year, annals show.
Hannigan, 42, was a unchanging on “How we Met Your Mother” (2005-14). She stars in a 2016 film “Do You Take This Man.”
Denisof, 50, seemed on TV’s “Buffy a Vampire Slayer” with Hannigan as good as in “Angel.” His other credits embody a array “Grimm” and “Finding Carter.”
Ballplayers cut genuine estate deal
As ball GMs continue to circle and understanding this off-season, L.A. Dodgers initial baseman Adrian Gonzalez has done a pierce of his own, shopping a Rancho Santa Fe estate of former ballplayer Bret Boone for $6.3 million.
Sitting on some-more than dual acres in a gated community, a Tuscan-style estate centers on a main house of about 12,500 block feet with 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. A isolated guesthouse adds a second full kitchen and another bedroom.
A good room with beamed ceilings, a chef’s kitchen, a diversion room/bar, his and her offices and a trophy/game room with a wraparound bar are among a common areas. The grave dining room can chair as many as 16 people, and a home museum has tiered seating.
Sliding walls of potion extend a vital space outdoors, where a lonesome block binds a built-in grill station/bar. A swimming pool with a waterslide, a tennis court, lawns and landscaping finish a grounds.
Gonzalez, a San Diego native, spent 5 seasons with a Padres. The 34-year-old slugger strike .285 with 18 home runs for a Dodgers final season, his fifth year with a team.
Boone, 47, strike 252 home runs opposite 15 seasons in a majors, creation 3 all-star teams. The former Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds second baseman late in 2006.
Shedding a Montecito home
JD Roth, famous for rival weight-loss shows “The Biggest Loser” and “Extreme Weight Loss,” is prepared to slim down his genuine estate portfolio. The maestro radio writer and his wife, Christine, have listed their home in Montecito for sale during $3.595 million.
Sitting on some-more than an hactare of grounds, a 1950s lodge is surrounded by mature oaks, grave gardens and towering views.
Inside, a single-story home facilities vaulted and beamed ceilings, brook windows in a vital room and an eat-in kitchen. The master apartment has a wall of built-in closets and French doors that open to a grounds. Including a two-room guest suite, there are 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
A long, skylight-topped pavilion extends a vital space outdoor and facilities a stacked-stone fireplace. Elsewhere are a swimming pool and a sports court.
The skill final altered hands 4 years ago, skill annals show.
Roth, 48, gained celebrity as a horde of a children’s diversion uncover “Fun House.” His credits as a writer embody such array as “Endurance,” “Breaking Bonaduce” and “Beauty and a Geek.” He narrates “The Biggest Loser.”
An superb arrangement
Musician and arranger Scott Bradlee, famous for his swingin’ YouTube channel and rope Postmodern Jukebox, has bought a home in Encino for $2.8 million. The seller was Jerry Kupcinet, a Emmy-winning director and writer whose credits embody “Judge Judy” and “Judge Joe Brown.”
Sitting on about half an hactare in tony Amestoy Estates, a French Country-style home conjures a suggestion of a ended epoch with elaborate molding, paneled walls and timber roof tiles.
Among a elegantly allocated bedrooms is a two-story good room with a retractable film shade and a library with a speak-easy-style soppy bar.
The grave dining seats as many as 18 people, and there are 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms in 6,500 block feet.
French doors extend a vital space outdoors, where a section block surrounds a swimming pool and spa.
Bradlee, 35, gained celebrity for Postmodern Jukebox, that mostly covers complicated hits in jazz-swing style.
Kupcinet has destined such shows as “20/20,” “The Dating Game” and “The Richard Simmons Show.”
He won 3 Emmys for a array “Cristina’s Court,” that he combined and co-produced.