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Steelo Brim is ready to part with his party-ready spot in Toluca Lake

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“Ridiculousness” co-host Steelo Brim has put his Toluca Lake home, which features a custom swimming pool and a home theater, on the market for $1.445 million.
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Steelo Brim, the television personality and actor known for co-hosting the MTV show “Ridiculousness,” has put his home in Toluca Lake on the market for $1.445 million.

A garage-turned-wet bar/game room, a custom swimming pool with an eight-person spa and a built-in wine closet are among features of the entertainment-oriented house. The Traditional home, built in 1923 and extensively updated, also has a home theater that sits above the garage.

The roughly 3,000-square-foot interior is largely devoted to open-plan space and includes living and dining rooms and a center-island kitchen. The master suite has a walk-in closet and a fireplace for a total of three bedrooms and 3.25 bathrooms.


A side patio with a fountain feature, lawn and hedges complete the grounds.

Brim, 29, has co-hosted “Ridiculousness” with professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek and rapper-actress Chanel West Coast since 2011. He previously appeared on Dyrdek’s reality series “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory” and had a voice role on the animated show “Wild Grinders.”

In February he competed in the 2018 NBA All-Star celebrity game event at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

He bought the house three years ago for $1.24 million, records show.


Sara Deskins of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is the listing agent.

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