Hank Azaria sells Beverly Crest lease house for $3 million

Lauren Beale
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Hank Azaria of 'Simpsons' finds buyer for wooded Craftsman-esque house in Beverly Crest

Hank Azaria has sold a house in the Beverly Crest area for $3 million, according to the Redfin.com website.

The two-story Craftsman-esque house, built in 1999, was inspired by Prairie School architecture, which emphasizes horizontal lines, eaves and handcrafted details.

Living, family and dining rooms, a library/study, four bedrooms and five bathrooms are within the 3,320 square feet of interior space. The living room, den and master bedroom all have fireplaces.

Balconies and a lanai extend the living space outdoors.

The single-story house is set behind gates on close to a half-acre lot abutting canyon land. The wooded grounds include a stream, lawn and a swimming pool.

Azaria, 50, has performed since 1989 as numerous “Simpsons” voices, including barkeep Moe Szyslak, Kwik-E-Mart owner Apu Nahasapeemapetilon and Chief Wiggum. He also works on the series “Family Guys” and “Bordertown.”

The property previously changed hands in 2000 for $2 million. The house was leased out five years ago at $9,000 a month.

Victoria Massengale of Keller Williams and Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, were the listing agents. Linda Semon of Coldwell Banker represented the buyer.

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