×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

‘Code Black’s’ Ben Hollingsworth Buys Brand New Home in Toluca Lake (EXCLUSIVE)

Location:
Toluca Lake, Calif.
Price:
$1.24 million
Size:
1,641 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Ben Hollingsworth, stage-trained co-star of primetime ensemble medical drama “Code Black,” shelled out $1.24 million for a brand-new, single-story residence in an unheralded pocked of the affluent Toluca Lake community in the LA.’s San Fernando Valley. The humbly sized residence, which measures in at not quite 1,650 square feet with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, benefits from a light carbon footprint as it was built with eco-friendly materials and features that includes an array of rooftop solar panels and a “cool roof” that reflects heat and UV rays a higher than standard rate.

Open-plan living spaces with rustic, wide-plank hardwood floorboards include a cozily proportioned living room with angled fireplace and an intimate dining area open over a raised snack counter to a kitchen that’s plenty large enough to comfortably accommodate a center island and is decked out with high-end energy-saving stainless steel appliances. Three guest bedrooms share a hall bathroom with marble-lined shower and black and white tile accents while the master suite offers a walk-in closet and a black-and-white tiled bathroom with two-sink vanity and garden tub. French doors open the master bedroom to a flat, L-shaped backyard that does not have a swimming pool but does have an airy covered dining terrace, a small patch of lawn and a built-in barbecue and snack bar under a shade-making trellis.

This appears to be the first purchase of a home in Los Angeles for Hollingsworth and his wife, lingerie designer Nila Myers, who previously shacked up in a luxury rental apartment near Larchmont Village in the historic and tony Hancock Park area of Los Angeles.

listing photos: BrokerInTrust Real Estate

More Dirt

  • Chris D'Elia House

    Chris D’Elia Buys Showbiz-Pedigreed Beverly Hills Contemporary From Tricia Helfer (EXCLUSIVE)

    “Lucifer” actress Tricia Helfer has sold her former home in a high-priced, guard-gated enclave in the star-studded mountains between Studio City and Beverly Hills for $5.4 million to standup comedian and sitcom actor Chris D’Elia. Once owned by rock star Alex Van Halen and later by “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” co-creator Kevin Eastman, the 5,458-square-foot [...]

  • Kathryn Bigelow House

    Kathryn Bigelow Lists Lofty Villa Between Beverly Hills and Studio City (EXCLUSIVE)

    Filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow, the first woman to win an Academy Award in the Best Director category for “The Hurt Locker” in 2010, has her long-time home in the mansion-dotted mountains between Beverly Hills and Studio City, Calif., up for sale at $12.9 million. The two-time Oscar-winning director of the critically lauded box office dud “Detroit” (2017) [...]

  • Judd Apatow House

    Apatow and Mann Spend Big for Mansion-Sized Santa Monica Penthouse

    Though they’ve long owned a classy mansion on three-quarters of an acre of landscaped grounds less than four miles away, Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann have splashed out $14.5 million for a mansion-sized penthouse atop an iconic 1960s Santa Monica, Calif., high-rise designed by renown architect A. Quincy Jones. According to an article in the [...]

  • Gary Oldham Sells Los Feliz Home

    Gary Oldman Secretly Sells to Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler (EXCLUSIVE)

    Acclaimed English thespian-turned-Oscar-winning movie star Gary Oldman has sold his Hollywood-pedigreed home in Los Angeles’ historic Los Feliz area in a hush-hush off-market deal for a wee bit below $5 million. And, according to a couple of well-informed real estate tattletales, the new owners are cohabiting “High School Musical” franchise star Vanessa Hudgens and Austin [...]

  • Max Mutchnick Buys Beverly Hills Mansion

    Max Mutchnick Nabs Mansion in Beverly Hills (EXCLUSIVE)

    “Will & Grace” co-creator Max Mutchnick and high-powered entertainment industry attorney Erik Hyman have splashed out nearly $14.5 million for a Beverly Hills mansion sold by Symantec CEO Greg Clark and previously owned by televised talent competition tycoon Simon Fuller. Built in the 1920s and partly obscured behind a tall hedge and perfectly pruned row [...]

  • Eva Longoria Sells Los Angeles Mansion

    Eva Longoria Set to Throw Estate in Hills Overboard

    Eva Longoria is so eager to dump her former compound high in the Hollywood Hills that she’s willing to endure a $1.6 million dollar gut punch to her pocketbook on the sprawling, multi-acre property she scooped up about three years ago from Tom Cruise for $11.4 million and now has available at the bargain-basement price [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content