'Voice Australia' host Darren McMullen sells pied-à-terre in West Hollywood

Television and radio host Darren McMullen of “The Voice Australia” fame has sold his pied-à-terre in a historic West Hollywood building for the asking price of $950,000.

Found within the Colonial House, a 1930s building designed by noted architect Leland Bryant, the one-bedroom condominium has a view of the Hollywood Hills and city lights.

The cozy unit, offering just 780 square feet of living space, is light and bright with white walls, built-ins and large picture windows. A living room with a wood-burning fireplace, an updated galley-style kitchen and a breakfast nook are among the common areas.

The lone bedroom features a wall of closets and a shower decorated in subdued period tile.

Outdoors, a central courtyard has a swimming pool, a brick patio and mature landscaping. One assigned parking spot was included with the unit.

McMullen bought the property two years ago for $720,000, records show.

Jill Galloway of John Aaroe Group was the listing agent. Galloway also represented the buyer in the sale.

The Scottish-born McMullen is known for hosting “The Lair” on MTV Australia, the reality series “Love in the Wild” and the vocal competition series “The Voice Australia.” He currently hosts the television game show “The Big Music Quiz” on Australia’s Seven Network.


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