You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Josh Brener and Meghan Falcone List Above L.A.’s Beachwood Canyon (EXCLUSIVE)

Los Angeles, Calif.
$1.425 million
2,089 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Married actors Josh Brener and Meghan Falcone have their Hollywood Hills home, perched just above historic Beachwood Canyon, listed at $1.425 million. Brener and Falcone, he best known for his role as Big Head on “Silicon Valley” and scheduled to voice the Donatello character in the upcoming animated series “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and she one of the four co-stars of the teen-centric Awesomeness TV web series “Foursome,” purchased the property just over three years ago, in March 2015, for $1.2 million. A quick comparison with digital marketing materials from the time of their purchase suggests the couple made few if any significant cosmetic improvements to the unpretentious 1940s ranch-style traditional that comes in at 2,089-square-feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Plenty large enough to accommodate multiple seating areas, the living room features lustrous, medium brown hardwood floors, a decidedly minimalist, almost plain, grey-tiled fireplace and a full wall of glass sliders to a slender covered deck with leafy views into the surrounding treetops. A separate dining room includes a dry bar with under-counter beverage fridge and glass sliders to a small deck while the up-to-date and functionally arranged if not especially spacious adjoining kitchen is finished with mundane bone-toned floor tiles, commonplace black granite countertops on white raised panel cabinetry and average-quality stainless steel appliances.

Two guest bedrooms, one substantially smaller than the other, share an updated bathroom with tiled tub/shower combination and the surprisingly compact master bedroom, less than optimally located directly off the living room, has a modern-Zen vibe bathroom with shimmering stainless steel tiles. A lower-level bonus room is outfitted as a family room/media lounge and easily converted to a fourth bedroom.

Besides a flat and grassy courtyard-sized front yard tucked behind a street-hugging, waist-high fence, the largest outdoor living and entertaining space is an elevated deck set in the tree tops behind the street-facing two-car garage and most efficiently if inconveniently accessible through the larger of the two guest bedrooms.

listing photos: Nourmand & Associates

More Dirt

  • Adrian Beltre's Arcadia Mansion

    Adrian Beltre Sells Arcadia Mansion, Moves Back to Bradbury Estates

    Fresh off a majorly accomplished 20-year career, retired baseball star Adrian Beltre is hightailing it back to California. The future Hall of Famer spent his last seven pro years with the Texas Rangers — and even purchased a multimillion dollar mansion in Dallas — but his offseason home has always been Los Angeles County, the [...]

  • James Widdoes Sells Beverly Hills Home

    James Widdoes Sells Longtime Beverly Hills Home (EXCLUSIVE)

    It took more than a year, a change in real estate agents and several substantial price reductions but veteran Hollywood hyphenate James Widdoes, one of the stars of the iconic 1978 comedy “National Lampoon’s Animal House,” has finally managed to unload his Beverly Hills, Calif., residence for a smidgen less than $2.9 million. Widdoes, who [...]

  • Billy Bush Lists Park City House

    Billy Bush Lists Park City Retreat (EXCLUSIVE)

    Former “Today” co-anchor Billy Bush has put his Rocky Mountain retreat in Park City, Utah, up for sale at $2.995 million. The veteran radio host and entertainment news correspondent, and his soon-to-be-ex-wife Sydney Davis, separated in the fall of 2016 after the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape emerged of him and then-reality-TV-star Donald Trump having a [...]

  • Snapchat's Bobby Murphy Spends Millions on

    Snapchat Co-Founder Bobby Murphy Spends Big in the Palisades

    Snapchat’s stock resurgence has been one of 2019’s greatest turnaround stories, delighting investors and sending the net worths of its co-founders to nearly $3 billion apiece. And at least one of those founders has celebrated this major comeback the proper way — by purchasing some pricey real estate, of course. That founder is chief technology [...]

  • Casey Neistat Bought a $3.7 Million

    Casey Neistat Dumps Millions on Venice Architectural Compound

    It wasn’t so long ago that Venice – the L.A. seaside neighborhood, not the sinking town in Italy – was considered a rather rough-and-tumble location. Although parts of the district remain somewhat gritty, the trendy (and high-priced) Abbott Kinney shopping strip has brought sweeping gentrification to the area. And that rapid gentrification has beget skyrocketing real [...]

  • Jonathan and Drew Scott Property Brothers

    Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott Buy Second L.A. Fixer-Upper (EXCLUSIVE)

    Jonathan and Drew Scott, whose show “Property Brothers” is in its 13th season on HGTV, have shelled out $2.4 million for what marketing materials aptly describe as a “diamond in the rough” along a tree-lined street in the historic, elegant and increasingly pricey Windsor Square neighborhood just a few miles west of downtown Los Angeles. [...]

  • Trey Parker Buys Los Angeles Compound

    'South Park's' Trey Parker Adds Homes in New York, Los Angeles

    Property-collecting “South Park” co-creator Trey Parker has substantially beefed up his already prodigious residential property portfolio with multimillion-dollar purchases in both Los Angeles and New York City. Just after the first of the year, the often provocative and occasionally shocking Tony Award-winning “Book of Mormon” co-creator surreptitiously splashed out $3.1 million in an off-market deal [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content