LOCATION: Pyramid Drive, Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $1,675,000 (List)
SIZE: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
DESCRIPTION: NEW PRICE for this stunning adobe-style Spanish located on quiet street yet minutes from everything. Chef’s kitchen opens to dramatic 2-story living/dining area. Master suite has its own living room, bath and patio with lovely views. Cozy den, 2nd luxurious bath, guest bedroom and office/3rd bedroom complete this unique home. Charming outdoor space, with large pool-like spa and patio, provides wonderful setting for both solitude and entertaining.
YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Children, we have a confession to make. We have grown weary of looking at celebrity houses about which we have little or nothing good to say. So Your Mama wanted to bring ya’ll a little taste of the sort of house that floats our boat. Babies, this house has Your Mama and the Dr. Cooter calling the bankers and reaching for our pocketbooks. Seriously. That upstairs patio off the master bedroom is the perfect place for our bitches Linda nad Beverly to sun their long bodies, and we’re over the moon about the ceiling in the circular living room.
We realize you don’t come to our little blog to see houses without a celebrity connection, so we found a house that we love AND has a celebrity connection. No, the house is not currently owned by a famous person. But it was. Property records for this house puzzle and confuse Your mama, but what is clear is that at one time the house was owned by Seann Scott, an actor with questionable sexual preference who rose to fame in the American Pie movie and has gone on to act his fanny off in low-brow comedies like Dude Where’s My Car, The Dukes of Hazzard, and upcoming films like the naughtily named Mr. Woodcock and Coxblocker.
Anyhoo, Your Mama likes this house so much that we’re not going to make pithy commentary other than to say, job well done to the current owner for his eclectic and personal decor. It’s refreshing to see a house that doesn’t look like someone else besides the home owner picked out all the furniture, artwork, and knick-knacks. Oh, and we’ll also say, that while we love Jonathan Adler too, there are several too many Adler pillows up in this house.