TV host Alfonso Ribeiro puts his Toluca Lake home up for sale
“America’s Funniest Home Videos” host Alfonso Ribeiro, who bought a party-ready house in Granada Hills late last year, has put his longtime residence in Toluca Lake on the market for $1.449 million.
The two-story Traditional, built in 1941, sits back from the street behind a white picket fence.
Inside, features include wood and tile floors, detailed molding, a family room and formal living and dining rooms. There are three fireplaces in more than 3,900 square feet of space.
The chef’s kitchen, featured on an episode of HGTV’s “Kitchen Cousins,” boasts a wide center island, a breakfast bar, a wine refrigerator and stone countertops.
Five bedrooms and four bathrooms include a master suite complete with vaulted ceilings a step-up soaking tub. A guest studio adds a full kitchen and another bathroom.
Outdoors, there’s a swimming pool and an above-ground spa. A putting green and a detached two-car garage are also within the hedged and fenced grounds.
Ribeiro, 44, is known for his role as Carlton Banks on the sitcom “The French Prince of Bel-Air.” He began hosting “America’s Funniest Home Videos” last year, taking over for Tom Bergeron.
He bought the house more than a decade ago for $729,000, records show.
Craig Strong of John Aaroe Group holds the listing.
As for Ribeiro’s new house, the Mediterranean in Granada Hills is designed for entertaining with a wide outdoor dining room, a brick pizza oven, a kegerator, a basketball half-court and a swimming pool with swim-up bar.
A separate recreation/pool house includes game area, nightclub lighting, a kitchen and a bedroom en-suite in 1,500 square feet. In all, the house has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms in 7,530 square feet of space.
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