Comic Chris D’Elia sells Beachwood Canyon home once owned by Craig Ferguson
Stand-up comic and actor Chris D’Elia has sold his home in the lower Beachwood Canyon area for $1.9 million.
The 1930 Spanish-style house has tradition when it comes to the Hollywood comedy scene. Comedian and television host Craig Ferguson previously owned the property for more than decade before selling it to D’Elia in 2013.
Hidden behind walls and privacy hedges, the multi-level home retains its classic good looks with decorative tile risers, arched doorways and beamed ceiling.
Within nearly 2,600 square feet of living space is a center-island kitchen, a media/family room, an office, three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Arched windows in the living room take in treetop and cityscape views.
Outdoors, the backyard centers on a swimming pool and spa. Various patios, sitting areas and landscaping fill out the nearly quarter-acre grounds.
Kathryn Shafer of Keller Williams Realty was the listing agent. Amy Dantzler of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties represented the buyer.
D’Elia, 36, has produced two stand-up specials, including last year’s “Incorrigible.” This year he had a part in the Netflix movie “XOXO” and will appear in the upcoming film “Half Magic.”
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