Film and television veteran Tony Krantz, who has scores of credits as a writer, director and producer, is asking $3.195 million for his Craftsman bungalow in Hollywood.
Owned by Krantz for more than three decades, the 112-year-old home has been well maintained and pairs vintage Craftsman details with cozy touch-ups and unique living spaces.
Past a green-shingled exterior, the interior opens to two stories of beamed ceilings, built-ins, skylights and golden pine finishes. There are three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a window-filled living room, a sun room, a center-island kitchen, a breakfast nook with built-in seating and a gym.
In one area, a two-story studio ascends via floating stairs to a lofted office space.
A brick patio holds a swimming pool and spa out back, and a tiered garden descends to a fireplace lounge tucked into the overgrown landscaping.
Stefan Pommepuy and Jonathan Ruiz of the Agency hold the listing.
In the 1990s, Tony Krantz ran the prime-time television department at Creative Artists Agency, overseeing shows such as “ER,” “Twin Peaks” and “The West Wing.” He holds producer credits on “24” and “Mulholland Drive” and directed the films “Otis” and “The Big Bang.”
He bought the place in 1988 for $540,000, records show.