Carlos Bernard of '24' puts his Hollywood Hills cottage on the market

Lauren Beale
Hot Property
Shutters with pine-tree cutouts and other fanciful details bring a storybook vibe to Carlos Bernard's house

Carlos Bernard, who starred on “24,” has listed a home for sale in Hollywood Hills at $1.295 million.

The country English-style house, built in 1938, has a storybook vibe with pine-tree cutouts in the shutters, serpentine banister rails and other fanciful touches. Open truss ceilings cap the blended dining and living room.

Strategically placed skylights brighten the 1,801 square feet of interior space. There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms, one with a claw-foot tub.

A garage conversion to a studio/gym features a pot-bellied stove.

Mature trees shade the yard, which includes a brick walkway, patios and a swimming pool with a spa.

Bernard, 52, has reprised his role as Tony Almeida from the 2001-2006 action series several times, including last year’s video short “24: Solitary.” He has also been on the series “Dallas” (2012-13) and “Scoundrels” (2010), and has a line of hot sauces called Carlos Almeida’s.

The actor bought the property a dozen years ago for $835,000, public records show. Celebrity Address Aerial spotted the listing.

Peter Lorimer of PLG Estates is the listing agent.

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