Most young celebs in Los Angeles buy in Beverly Hills, Malibu or the Hollywood Hills, but
Moneyball actor Jonah Hill apparently prefers the suburbs because he just plunked down $2.175 million for a five bedroom spread in the affluent, but very suburban enclave of Tarzana, CA. The gated single-story residence was built in the 1950s and is quite unassuming for a young, successful Hollywood actor and screenwriter. View the listing.
Most young celebs in Los Angeles buy in Beverly Hills, Malibu or the Hollywood Hills, but <I>Moneyball</i> actor Jonah Hill apparently prefers the suburbs because he just plunked down $2.175 million for a five-bedroom spread in the affluent, but very suburban enclave of Tarzana, CA.
The gated single-story residence was built in the 1950s and is quite unassuming for a young, successful Hollywood actor and screenwriter. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Tarzana/19241-Wells-Dr-91356/home/4148468" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
A view of Jonah's living room that features built-in shelving (with a ladder) and a fireplace.
Adjacent to the living room is the formal dining room that features wide bay windows and a chandelier that matches the red-plaid dining room chairs. The listing states that it's as if the home "were plucked right out of an elite neighborhood in Connecticut."
A view of Jonah's family room that comes with a coffered ceiling and fireplace.
Jonah's kitchen boasts custom Shaker-style cabinets with glass-fronted uppers, Carrara marble countertops and back splashes and a breakfast bar.
The kitchen includes a walk-through butler's pantry replete with a walk-in pantry and floor-to-ceiling shelves.
The 4,650-square-foot home has five bedrooms, all with en suite baths. The master bedroom includes a fireplace and plantation shuttered French doors that lead out to the private terrace.
Jonah's bathroom features a two-sink vanity and a large soaking tub.
A view of one of the five bedrooms in Jonah's new suburban digs.
There are 5.5 bathrooms in the home.
Jonah has been quite busy buying and selling Los Angeles area real estate over the last two years. In 2009, he sold his West Hollywood crib for $835,000, and in 2010, the actor plunked down $1.865 million for a mid-century home off Mulholland Drive.
A look at Jonah's home office where the next comedic screenplay could possible be created.
The single story home sits on .85 acres and includes a large backyard and pool area.
There are plenty of shaded cabanas near the pool, all ideal for lounging and relaxing.
A view of Jonah's free form pool.
The suburban spread comes with a private tennis court, bocce ball court, and a citrus grove.