Justin Long puts Craftsman in Hollywood Hills up for sale
Actor Justin Long has put a Hollywood Hills house on the market at $2.1 million.
The modern Craftsman, built in 1990, sits on nearly a third of an acre behind rustic hand-hewn wooden doors that open to an enclosed courtyard. Features include balconies, a loft, a wet bar, two fireplaces, three bedrooms and four bathrooms in 3,388 square feet of living space. The fenced and terraced yard features fruit trees and lawn.
Long, 35, starred in “Drag Me to Hell” (2009), “Live Free or Die Hard” (2007) and “Accepted” (2006). This year he played Steve Jobs in the comic film “iSteve” and was in the romantic comedy “A Case of You,” which he co-wrote.
The property, which Long’s family trust bought in 2008 for $1.999 million, has been on and off the market for sale or lease in recent yeas. Long is selling because he has work lined up on both coasts and no longer needs the house.
The Times Mapping Database considers the community to be Hollywood Hills, while the Multiple Listing Service defines the area as Los Feliz.
Lisa Arden of Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.
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