Actor and comedian Tony Hale has sold a home in the historic Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles for $1.56 million.
Owned by the “Veep” and “Arrested Development” star for more than a decade, the Traditional-style home was made available for lease in recent years for around $7,000 a month.
The charming two-story, which dates to 1937, features such classic details as detailed millwork, molding and dark hardwood floors. Built-in bench seating creates a focal point in the kitchen area, which has been updated. Bay windows bring natural light into the living and dining rooms.
The 2,226-square-foot floor plan also holds four bedrooms and three updated bathrooms.
Outside, there are upper and lower brick terraces, lawn and a large fireplace. Also on the property is a detached garage.
Hale, 48, has multiple Primetime Emmy nominations for his supporting role as a vice presidential aide on “Veep,” winning twice. Last year, the actor appeared in the films “The 15:17 to Paris,” “Sadie” and “Love, Simon.”
He has a voice role in the upcoming animated film “Toy Story 4.”
Heather T. Roy and Learka Bosnak of Douglas Elliman were the listing agents. Roy and Bosnak also represented the buyer.