“Arrested Development” star
The Midcentury Modern-style residence, with walls and doors of glass and a stacked-stone fireplace, came on the market in early November at $2.25 million and sold in under two months.
The 1953 home features an open-space floor plan with beamed ceilings, hardwood and stone flooring and a kitchen with a long island/breakfast bar. There are four bedrooms and 2.75 bathrooms in 2,879 square feet.
Set among lush landscaping, tiered grounds of about a quarter-acre contain a paver patio, a koi pond and a waterfall.
Bateman, 45, recently starred in the 2014 comedy “Horrible Bosses 2.” He is currently directing the film “The Family Fang,” starring himself alongside
He and his wife purchased the property in 2002 for $885,000, records show.
Richard Ehrlich of Westside Estate Agency was the listing agent. Sarah Pearson of Teles Properties represented the buyer in the sale, which closed Monday.