Actor-comedian Jonah Hill of the "Jump Street" movies has listed his home in the Hollywood Hills for sale at $2.995 million.
It's only the second time the Midcentury compound will change hands. The original 1959 house was built for actress Beverly Garland by her husband, Fillmore Crank. Hill bought the property five years ago for $1.865 million.
The main house, designed by architect Richard Dorman, was updated in 2012 by architect Padraic Cassidy. Entered through a Zen-inspired courtyard, the house has an open floor plan with living and dining areas, glass doors and a state-of-the-art screening room.
Including the detached guesthouse, there are four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms in 3,660 square feet of living space.
The third of an acre lot includes a saltwater swimming pool with a spa, a cabana with an entertainment center, a barbecue area and a sports court.
Hill, 31, starred in the 2013 films "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "This Is the End" as well as this year's crime drama "True Story." He'll be in the upcoming "23 Jump Street."
Garland, who lived at the house until her death in 2008 at 82, had an acting career that spanned more than five decades. Among her most visible roles, she played Fred MacMurray's second wife on the family sitcom "My Three Sons" (1969-72).
Rona Passman of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, is the listing agent.
Former Dodgers manager scores sale
Chalk up a win in the real estate column for Tommy Lasorda: The Hall of Fame manager and Los Angeles Dodgers ambassador recently sold a town house in Placentia for $535,000, $17,000 over the asking price.
Lasorda, who has made his home in Fullerton for more than 50 years, bought the property in 1978 for $80,000, public records show.
The three-bedroom residence in a gated community was recently remodeled and features dark walnut floors, recessed LED lighting and an updated kitchen complete with quartz countertops and subway tile backsplash.
The open-plan interior of more than 1,400 square feet includes a living room with a stone-faced fireplace, a breakfast nook and a study/office. Three upgraded bathrooms sport marble-lined showers and custom vanities and mirrors.
Glass doors off the main floor open to a trellis-topped patio. There's also an attached two-car garage.
Lasorda, 88, managed the Dodgers for two decades, winning two World Series titles, in 1981 and 1988, and he was National League manager of the year in 1983 and 1988. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997.
He works as a special advisor to Dodgers controlling owner and Chairman Mark Walter.
Erica Jeong of Reliance Real Estate Services was the listing agent. Regina Tielrooy of T.N.G Real Estate consultants represented the buyer.
Homer's voice wafts on the waves
Doh! Dan Castellaneta, who does the voice of Homer Simpson on "The Simpsons," bought a retreat in Santa Barbara this summer for $3.05 million, public records show.
The remodeled single-story condo features ocean views, a wood-burning fireplace and new oak floors. The eat-in kitchen is equipped with a Viking gas range, stainless-steel appliances and custom alder cabinets.
The ground-floor condo, built in 2011, has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a half bathroom in 2,689 square feet of living space. Sliding-glass doors open to a covered patio with dining and lounging areas.
The development has a swimming pool.
Castellaneta, 57, has voiced numerous other characters on the long-running animated series, including Groundskeeper Willie and Krusty the Clown. He has a residence in the Los Angeles area.
The property previously sold a year ago for $2.4 million.
Olesya Thyne of Goodwin & Thyne Properties handled the transaction.
Where 'Nashville' star grew up
The childhood home of actress Hayden Panettiere has come on the market in Palisades, N.Y., for $1.75 million.
Set on close to an acre in picturesque Snedens Landing, the gabled-roof house is European-inspired in style with dormer windows. Graceful arches are repeated in the roof line, first-story windows and on the front porch facade. Two fireplaces and hardwood floors lend a cozy vibe to the interiors.
A private-entry office, a playroom with walk-in closet, four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a powder room are among the living spaces. A sunroom off the first-floor master suite can be used as an additional office or exercise room. Including the garage the space totals 4,700 square feet.
The wooded property is close to hiking trails, the Hudson River and New York City.
Panettiere, 26, has starred on "Nashville" since 2012 and, before that, "Heroes" (2006-10). Her early work includes roles in the 1990s on the soaps "One Life to Live" and "Guiding Light." She's also a model and singer, having released several singles.
Richard Ellis of Ellis Sotheby's International Realty has the listing.
Ex-Kings player lists beach home
Former Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov, who left the U.S. for Russia in September amid fallout from a domestic violence charge, has put his home in Redondo Beach on the market for $2.89 million.
The contemporary-style home on a narrow lot was designed by Michael Lee Architects and built in 2013. Clean lines, floor-to-ceiling glass and indoor-outdoor living spaces feature prominently in the design.
Two floors of living space, with wide-plank wood floors and custom lighting, include an open-plan kitchen with sliding glass walls that open to a side courtyard and swimming pool. A tequila room with LED lighting, formal living and dining rooms, and a media room outfitted with five TVs and tiered seating are also within the 4,020 square feet of living space.
Four bedrooms and six bathrooms include a step-down master suite with a custom closet and a guest suite with a kitchenette and separate entrance. The second story has wraparound balconies.
Voynov, 25, was suspended indefinitely by the NHL in October 2014 after being arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. He pleaded no contest to a reduced misdemeanor charge in July and served about two months in jail. Facing possible deportation, he returned to his native Russia last month.
Drafted 32nd overall by L.A. in 2008, Voynov appeared in 190 games for the Kings, scoring 18 goals and making 63 assists. He helped the franchise win the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014.
Voynov bought the house last year for $2.6 million, public records show.
Vadim Bogdanov of Utmost Realty has the listing.
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