Music publisher finds a buyer for Glendale compound in ‘Detour’ actress Natalie Zea
Music industry veteran Henry Marx has sold his compound in the Verdugo Woodlands area of Glendale to actors Natalie Zea and Travis Schuldt for $2.15 million, records show.
The Spanish-style home, built in 1926, is full of character and romantic details such as the vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, arched windows and three tiled fireplaces. A fireplace decorated in floral tilework creates visual interest in the outdoor courtyard.
Beyond the hand-carved double-entry doors, the roughly 5,000 square feet of living space includes a great room, a step-up dining room, a center-island kitchen, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The den is filled with wood-paneled built-ins and a skylight-topped a wet bar.
Outside, the gated half-acre lot holds a swimming pool and spa, expansive decking, a sports court and an outdoor kitchen. There are attached and detached guest houses, a pool and a three car garage.
Views take in the surrounding treetops and mountains.
Marx, founder of the Music Force publishing company, bought the property four years ago for $1.5 million, records show. Oscar-winning sound editor-designer Stephen Hunter Flick is another former owner.
Zea, 42, is known for her television roles on “Justified” and “The Shield.” She currently stars as Robin Randall on the TBS comedy “The Detour.”
Schuldt, 43, has credits that include the daytime soap opera “Passions” and the sitcoms “Scrubs” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” Last year he appeared on “General Hospital” and “NCIS.”
Markus Canter and Cristie St. James, luxury properties directors for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, were the listing agents. Jennifer Eckert of Nourmand & Assoc. represented the buyers.
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