Actors David Walton and Majandra Delfino bring historic Hancock Park home to market
Married actors David Walton and Majandra Delfino are ready to part with their Hancock Park home. Full of Spanish style inside and out, the 1920s estate is on the market for $3.2 million.
The pair bought the property six years ago for $1.75 million and remodeled it soon after, touching up the kitchen, bathrooms and floors.
Past an ivy-shrouded façade, the home opens through an arched doorway to a foyer with custom tile and wrought-iron rails. An imported stone fireplace anchors the living room, and other main-level spaces include a family room with built-ins, a dining room under beamed ceilings and a center-island kitchen.
Upstairs, the master suite expands to a private balcony. It’s one of four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in 3,125 square feet.
Out back, the home wraps around a landscaped garden complete with a pool and spa.
Sheri Bienstock of the Bienstock Group holds the listing.
Walton, 40, has starred in the sitcoms “Cracking Up,” “Bent” and “About a Boy.” He also boasts a recurring role as Sam Sweeney in “New Girl.”
Delfino, 37, has been acting since the ’90s, with credits including “Roswell,” “Friends With Better Lives” and “State of Georgia.” As a musician, she released a full-length album entitled “Tarte” in 2007.
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