Television writer and producer Brian Buckner has put his home with some celebrity history on the market in Encino for $3.2 million.
Ownership records read like a who’s who of Hollywood types: Buckner bought the house two years ago from “Reign” executive producer Laurie McCarthy. McCarthy, in turn, acquired the home in 2006 from actors and celebrity home-flippers Amanda Pays and Corbin Bernsen.
Built in 1941 and since remodeled, the Traditional-style home sits at the end of a long gated drive.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home features light wood floors, built-in bookshelves and an open-plan kitchen and family room. Colorful wallpaper and artistic tile lend a splash of color to the 3,801 square feet of white-walled space.
In the master suite, a rolling farmhouse-style barn door separates the bedroom and a private sitting area. Another bedroom suite doubles as an office.
French doors open to an outdoor dining area complete with a grill, brick pizza oven and a fireplace.
A bocce ball court, a swimming pool and a two-story guest house are also within grounds of close to an acre.
Victoria Massengale of Compass California is the listing agent.
Buckner served as co-executive producer of the HBO series “True Blood” from 2008 to 2012. Among his other credits are the sitcoms “Friends,” “Joey” and “Spin City.
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