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‘Weeds’ writer-producer Matt Salsberg sells in Valley Village

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Television writer-producer Matt Salsberg has sold a Valley Village home once owned by Neil Patrick Harris for $1.485 million.
(Realtor.com)

Matt Salsberg, executive producer and writer for the Emmy-winning series “Weeds,” has sold his home in Valley Village for $1.485 million.

The roughly quarter-acre property, which counts actor Neil Patrick Harris as another former owner, returned to market in early August for $1.499 million and was pending sale in about two weeks, records show. Salsberg bought the house six years ago for $1.149 million.

Sitting on a tree-lined street, the single-story home has a white picket fence and a brick pathway that lead up to the front door. The interior of about 2,000 square feet includes a living room with rolled ceilings, a formal dining room and an updated, eat-in kitchen. French doors off the breakfast area open to the grounds.

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Four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms include a guest suite with a separate entrance.

Outdoors, mature trees and palms top a brick-lined patio. A swimming pool, an above-ground spa, lawns and landscaping fill out the setting. A separate pool house with vaulted ceilings and a fireplace sits at the edge of the grounds.

Kayla Laws Schulman and Brad Sills of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage were the listing agents. Janice Hou of Compass represented the buyer.

Salsberg, 45, has television credits that include “Big Wolf on Campus,” “Entourage” and “The War at Home.” He worked on “Weeds” through its entire eight-season run.

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Also a professional poker player, Salsberg took home a $400,000 grand prize at the WPT Grand Prix de Paris in 2012. Last month he finished second at the Deepstack Extravaganza at the Venetian in Las Vegas, winning a little over $145,000.

neal.leitereg@latimes.com

Twitter: @NJLeitereg

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