“Thirtysomething” stars Ken Olin and Patricia Wettig have sold their Santa Monica home for $6.85 million.
The Colonial Revival-style house, built in 1913, has been updated and restored. Original details include plaster moldings, wainscoting, leaded windows and a built-in hutch in the dining room. There are four bedrooms, 3.75 bathrooms, three indoor fireplaces and a patio fireplace. The more than one-third-acre grounds feature a swimming pool, a guesthouse and mature trees.
Since his days on the late 1980s and early '90s series, Olin, 59, has continued to act on shows including “Brothers & Sisters” (2007-11), “L.A. Doctors” (1998-99) and “EZ Streets” (1996-97). He is also a television director and producer. The Emmy-winning Wettig, 61, has been a regular on “Brothers & Sisters,” “Prison Break” (2005-07) and “Alias” (2002-04).
Elizabeth Puro of Teles Properties was the listing agent. Jody Fine of Prudential California Realty’s Pacific Palisades office represented the buyer.
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