Actor Adam Sinclair of the TV show "Rizzoli and Isles" has listed his duplex in Culver City for sale at $1.898 million.
Built in 1925, the Spanish-style house took a star turn earlier this decade when it appeared as a brick-by-brick rendering in the video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops." Scenes from the 2007 film comedy "Superbad" were also filmed on the same street.
Tucked behind hedges and camellia bushes, the character-filled home has arched doorways, a clay-tiled roof and double-hung windows in keeping with the original style.
Within the 1,562 square feet of living space is a living room with a fireplace, three bedrooms and one bathroom. The kitchen has been updated with a farmhouse sink, custom cabinetry and creative space-saving features such as ladder shelving. Wooden pocket doors extend the living space outdoors.
A second unit sits across the grounds and has another bedroom and bathroom. The two-car garage has been updated as an entertaining area and has beamed ceilings and barn-style doors.
Fruit trees, palms and mature landscaping fill the grounds.
Isabel Velez of Redfin holds the listing.
Sinclair, 39, bought the house more than a decade ago for $920,000. He is currently writing and producing a television series based on his experiences living in the neighborhood.
The actor's other credits include the film "Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj" (2006) and the TV series "24: Live Another Day." He will appear in the upcoming film "The Vicar's Wife," due out later this year.
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