Actor Tony Hale of "Veep" is adding the role of landlord to his official duties, listing his Los Feliz house for lease at $6,950 a month.
The Traditional-style home, built in 1937, has a "Leave It to Beaver" curb appeal. The symmetrical, wide front of the house is reached by a brick walkway that ends at a bright yellow front door flanked by black shutters. Bay windows are positioned on both sides of the entry. Black shutters continue on the second-floor windows.
In addition to the living room with a fireplace, there's a dining room, four bedrooms and three full bathrooms in the 2,226 square feet of living space. A laundry/mudroom has a doggie door that leads to a run.
The balcony looks out onto the backyard, which includes brick patios, a bocce-length play area and an outdoor fireplace.
Hale, 45, gained fame on the series "Arrested Development" (2003-13). He has twice won Emmy Awards for his role as a vice presidential aide on "Veep" (2012-present).
He bought the property in 2005 for $1.35 million, public records show. The house was listed for sale briefly at $1.799 million before he decided to keep the place and rent it out.
Heather T. Roy and Learka Bosnak of Teles Properties are the listing agents.