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TV director Randy Zisk hopes to get away with big profit on Point Dume ranch home

TV director Randy Zisk hopes to get away with big profit on Point Dume ranch home
Director-producer Randy Zisk is asking $5.6 million for his place in Malibu's Point Dume. He bought the 1970s ranch-style house four years ago for $3.16 million. (Realtor.com)

Director-producer Randy Zisk, whose credits include “Monk” and “The Mentalist,” is prepared to part with his Malibu digs. He’s listed his home in the Point Dume area for sale at $5.6 million, a sizable jump up from the $3.16 million he paid for the place four years ago, real estate records show.

Set on an oak-filled acre about a quarter-mile from the ocean, the property centers on a ranch-style house dating to the 1970s. The single-story house features hardwood floors and a wood-beamed great room with a stone fireplace in a little over 2,000 square feet of living space.

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Sliding glass doors brighten the family room, and a breakfast bar sits adjacent to the kitchen. In the master suite ­— one of four bedrooms and two bathrooms — there’s a freestanding tub and tile-splashed shower.

The space offers direct access to the swimming pool out back. In the front, a garage parks two.

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Matt Rapf of Pritchett-Rapf & Associates is the listing agent.

Zisk got his start directing in the early ‘90s with “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.” Since then, he’s directed episodes of “House M.D.,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Prison Break” and more recently, “How to Get Away With Murder.”

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