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Actress Shiri Appleby gets top dollar for charming West Hollywood home

Actress Shiri Appleby has sold her renovated English-style cottage in West Hollywood for over the asking price.
(The Agency | Inset: Lester Cohen)

Shiri Appleby of “Roswell” and “UnREAL” fame has sold her home in West Hollywood for $1.855 million. That’s $60,000 over the asking price and about $1.2 million more than what the English-style cottage went for more than a decade ago, records show.

Remodeled during Appleby’s ownership, the gated 1920s house has a classic look with broad shutters, a brick-lined driveway and a tapering gable roof.

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Entered through an artful wooden front door, the 1,600 square feet of interiors feature a living room with a gray-hued wall fireplace and a modern fixture. A wooden breakfast booth and an updated chef’s kitchen with a recessed ceiling and custom cabinetry sit off the living area.

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The master suite has concrete floors, a glass-enclosed shower and walls of windows that take in the grounds, and another bedroom has a lofted area. Across the grounds is a vine-wrapped pool house with another bedroom suite for a total of three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Outdoors, tall privacy hedges provide cover for a Saltillo-tiled patio and a swimming pool.

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The house came to market in April for $1.795 million and closed sale in about two months. Sam Plouchart of The Agency represented both ends of the transaction.

Appleby, 37, appears on the CBS series “Code Black” and the Lifetime comedy-drama “UnREAL,” which returns in June for its second season. Her other television credits include “ER,” “Girls” and “Life Unexpected.”

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