TV personality Gordon Elliott, who currently helms ABC’s cooking talk show “The Chew,” has paid full price and more for an appetizing abode in the Outpost Estates neighborhood of Hollywood Hills.
The Spanish-style mansion was on the market for barely a month before the reporter-producer bit at $3.84 million, about $350,000 more than the original asking price, records show.
Showcasing an old Hollywood feel, the two-story home was built in 1929 by developer Charles Toberman.
Floors of tile, hardwood and brick line the 3,500-square-foot interior. Common areas include a step-down living room and a dining room under vaulted ceilings. The kitchen, lit by a skylight, offers stainless steel appliances and built-ins.
In the master suite, one of four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, there’s a fireplace and a wall of picture windows. A Juliet balcony overlooks the yard below, where a brick patio surrounds a pool and spa.
Before Elliott, the home last traded hands in 2004 for $2.46 million, according to public records.
Jeeb O’Reilly and Tori Barnao of Douglass Elliman were the listing agents. Roger Mansourian of Vantage Realty represented Elliott.