Hot Property | Chris Sullivan
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Hot Property | ‘This Is Us’ star says this is it to modern Venice pad

“This Is Us” star Chris Sullivan paid $2.333 million for an updated two-story in Venice’s Oxford Triangle neighborhood.

 

 (Anthony Barcelo)

The contemporary-vibe house features wood siding along the exterior and an interior with crisp white walls and white oak floors.

 

 (Ron Luxemburg)

Designed for coastal living, sliding glass doors open to expansive decking with a built-in barbecue.

 (Ron Luxemburg)

David Whitmire Hearst, a son of magnate William Randolph Hearst, sold the Hacienda Revival-style estate in the 1950s to writer-producer Samuel M. Fuller. More recently, it was owned by late filmmaker Larry Cohen.

 

 (Nick Springett)

The two-story home, which dates to the early 1930s, opens to grand entry featuring original tile and ironwork.

 

 (Nick Springett)

Beamed and coffered ceilings, oversized fireplaces and arched doorways are among the period details.

 (Nick Springett)

Another fireplace lies in the office/den.

 (Nick Springett)

The oceanfront home of late film and television producer Gary Marshall was originally built for actress Debbie Reynolds.

 

 (Mac Hayward)

Set along the sand on Carbon Beach, the two-story has five bedrooms and four bathrooms in 3,200 square feet of space.

 (Mac Hayward)

Dutch footballer Gregory van der Wiel’s new home in Beverly Grove leaves little to the imagination with a 23-foot glass front door, walls of windows and retractable doors.

 

 (Hilton & Hyland / The Agency)

A floating staircase made of glass and polished steel and a snazzy chef’s kitchen are among features of note. There’s also a rooftop deck with a fireplace.

 (Hilton & Hyland / The Agency)

Outside, hedged grounds hold a built-in barbecue, a pavilion and a swimming pool.

 

 (Hilton & Hyland / The Agency)
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