Actor-director Adam Arkin has parted ways with his Studio City home, selling the gated retreat for $1.005 million.
Accessed by a private road, the updated 1950s ranch-style house has vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, light hardwood floors and a living room with a brick-lined fireplace. Large picture windows center on canyon views.
An eat-in kitchen, an office, three bedrooms and two bathrooms are within nearly 1,800 square feet of white-walled space. A brick patio sits off the family room area.
French doors set off the master bedroom open to a swimming pool area and viewing deck. Elsewhere is an attached two-car garage.
The house came to market in September for $1.099 million, records show. The actor bought the property in 1999 for $590,000.
Jory Burton of Sotheby’s International Realty was the listing agent. Brien Varady of Deasy/Penner & Partners represented the buyer.
Arkin, 59, is known for his role as Dr. Aaron Shutt on the medical drama “Chicago Hope.” Last year, he appeared in and directed episodes of the FX drama “Fargo,” including the season finale.
He is the son of Oscar-winning actor Alan Arkin.
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