‘Supernatural’ star Jensen Ackles lists Brentwood house

"Supernatural" star Jensen Ackles has listed his house in Brentwood at $3.495 million.
(Jeff Elson)

“Supernatural” star Jensen Ackles has listed his house in Brentwood at $3.495 million.

The Mediterranean home, built in 1947 and recently renovated, sits on a walled site of about a third of an acre. The 2,636-square-foot main house features high ceilings, a loft library, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The two-story guesthouse has a gated entrance. Outdoor amenities include a swimming pool with spa, a kitchen, a lawn and fruit trees.

Ackles, 34, has played brother Dean Winchester on the series since 2005 and has directed a few episodes. The cast appeared this summer at Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss the upcoming season. The cliffhanger that closed last season left his character in purgatory.

Ackles starred in the horror film “My Bloody Valentine” (2009) and appeared on “Days of Our Lives” from 1997 to 2000.


Public records show the actor bought the property in 2009 for $2.435 million.

Chris Carlson of Keller Williams’ Studio City office is the listing agent.

Buyer snagged in Santa Monica

“Spider-Man” screenplay writer Alvin Sargent has sold the Santa Monica home he shared with his late wife, film producer Laura Ziskin, for $11.1 million.

The gated Monterey Colonial, built in 1942, includes four bedrooms and 51/2 bathrooms. A honeycomb onyx fireplace creates a focal point of the living room. In the powder room, a smoky beveled mirror provides a backdrop for a sink made out of a single piece of wood. A hammered brass tub sits in the master bathroom.

A teak-slat walkway leads from the house to the swimming pool on the nearly half-acre site.

Sargent, 85, won Oscars for “Julia” (1977) and “Ordinary People” (1980). He worked on the screenplays for “Spider-Man 2" (2004), “Spider-Man 3" (2007) and this summer’s “The Amazing Spider-Man.”

Ziskin, who died last year at 61, produced “Pretty Woman” (1990), “As Good as It Gets” (1997) and the “Spider-Man” films.


The property came on the market in April at $11.85 million.

Elisabeth Halsted of Prudential California Realty in Brentwood was the listing agent. Noelle McCutchen of Gibson International represented the buyer.

Next act for his Los Feliz pad

Actor and stand-up comic Jamie Kennedy is looking for a buyer for his Los Feliz home.


Listed at $1.9 million, the updated midcentury house features walls of glass, pocket doors, three bedrooms, a den, 31/2 bathrooms and 2,400 square feet of living space. An entertainment space with built-in bar and dining area sits off the swimming pool, spa and cabana.

Kennedy, 42, is known for his comedy work as host and various characters on “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment” (2002-04). He starred in the 2003 film “Malibu’s Most Wanted” and “Son of the Mask” (2005) and was in the series “Ghost Whisperer” (2008-10). His voice work in animation includes “The Cleveland Show” (2009-present).

Public records show Kennedy bought the property in 2007 for $2.15 million. He is selling because he travels extensively and is ready for a change.

Jon Bronson and Yvonne Arias of Westside Estate Agency are the listing agents.


There is a doctor in the house

Dr. Drew Ordon of “The Doctors” and his wife, Robyn, have listed their home in the Hollywood Hills West area at $2.599 million.

Set on a nearly one-acre promontory, the three-bedroom, three-bathroom house has 270-degree views. An outdoor living room and dining terrace steps down to a brick patio with a spa. The property includes an outdoor shower, a gazebo, a separate two-story bungalow and a motor court with parking for up to eight cars.

The plastic surgeon has been a host on the syndicated talk show since 2008.


Public records show the Ordons bought the home in 2006 for $2.73 million.

Nancie Richards and Kennon Earl of Keller Williams in Beverly Hills are the listing agents.

Place must have struck a chord

Hello, new owner. Broadway composer and lyricist Jerry Herman has sold his house in Palm Springs for $1.1 million.


The Mediterranean-style home includes five bedrooms and six bathrooms in its 5,546 square feet. Water features on the half-acre site include a 61-foot lap pool, an in-ground spa and waterfalls.

Herman, 81, won Tony Awards for best composer and lyricist for “Hello, Dolly!” in 1964 and for original score for “La Cage aux Folles” in 1984. He has moved to Florida.

Public records show he bought the house new in 2004 for $1.5 million.

Brady Sandahl of HOM Real Estate Group in Palm Springs and Ron de Salvo of Coldwell Banker’s Beverly Hills North office were the listing agents. Charlie Stewart of Terra Asset Management in Palm Springs represented the buyer.


‘CSI’ writer ready for a new scene

“CSI” writer and producer Elizabeth Devine has listed her home in La Cañada Flintridge at $2.16 million.

The Tudor house, built in 1935, sits on two-thirds of an acre with a rose garden, a guesthouse and a swimming pool. The main house features a mahogany foyer, a sun room and an English pub in the family room. There are five bedrooms, five bathrooms and about 4,360 square feet of living space.

Devine has been a writer and producer for “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “CSI: Miami” for more than a decade.


She is planning to downsize in the area because her three children are grown and no longer live at home full time.

Public records show she bought the property in 2006 for $2.647 million.

Anne Sanborn of Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.