Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays roll out their latest flip in Sherman Oaks
Husband-and-wife actors and noted home flippers Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays have climbed to new heights with their latest project.
The couple recently restored and updated a classic Midcentury home on a hillside in the San Fernando Valley. Up for sale at $1.549 million, the 1949 home is reached by a private and winding drive and has walls of windows centered on the urban plain of the San Fernando Valley.
Pairing classic details with a clean modern vibe, white-walled interiors feature handsome beams, original brickwork and walls of built-ins. An updated kitchen dressed in gray-hued cabinetry and subway tile flows seamlessly into an open living room with a fireplace. A dining room with bi-folding glass doors sits off the living area.
Elsewhere, a wall of clerestory windows wraps an office with a separate entrance. The master suite has a brick fireplace and a skylight-topped bath for a total of three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Outdoors, mature oaks provide a natural canopy to a wide deck and flagstone patio. Around the corner, a cascading fountain feature marks the entrance to the home.
They bought the house last year for $1.275 million. Max Nelson of The Agency holds the new listing.
Bernsen, 61, gained famed as attorney Arnold Becker on the 1986-94 series “L.A. Law” and starred in the “Major League” films. He appeared on “Psych” throughout its 2006-14 run.
The couple kept busy last year, selling their personal residence in Valley Village for $2.255 million and one of their projects, an updated Traditional in Toluca Lake, to “Scorpion” actress and singer Katharine McPhee for $1.4 million.
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