Joshua Gomez puts his 1960s house up for sale in Tarzana

Lauren Beale
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Joshua Gomez's Midcentury Modern house in Tarzana is a study in triangles

What's up with Joshua Gomez of “Chuck” fame? Check out the Midcentury Modern showplace he just listed for sale in Tarzana at $1.997 million.

He and his wife, Amy Pham, restored and upgraded the Harry Gesner-designed Triangle House, or Kimball House, with fun furnishings and treatments that have reinforced its 1960s vibe.

A huge gray and orange-accented gate, designed in keeping with the triangle motif, slides away to reveal the compound’s long driveway.

A trapezoid-shaped carport with a rooftop deck, a 4,600-square-foot main house, a swimming pool, outdoor dining and lounging areas, fountains and a guesthouse that is a miniature of the main residence sit on the 1.3-acre lot. Walls of glass take in views of the surrounding trees.

A sunken den with a fireplace, a media/family room, a breakfast bar, a wine cellar, a workshop, a sauna, three bedrooms and six bathrooms are among the living spaces.

Gomez, 39, was also in the series “Without a Trace” and “Invasion.”

He bought the property in 2010 for $935,000, public records show.

Richard Yohon and Konstantine Valissarakos of Sotheby’s International Realty are the listing agents.

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