After turning into a $ 3.5 million estate within the Bell Canyon Guardian Community, Chrissy Metz is no longer in need of her old San Fernando Valley home. Unsurprisingly, the “This is Us” actress has now officially listed the smaller property, asking for $ 1.9 million for the updated but relatively modest Tarzana Ranch. Metz paid $ 1.6 million for the place two years ago.
Originally built in 1966, the five-bedroom, four-bath home sits on a quiet hillside street, on just under an acre of land bordered by a sloping front yard dotted with mature pine trees. . There is a garage for two cars, as well as a large driveway with room for several additional vehicles. Inside, 3,200 square feet of sunny living space is punctuated by numerous skylights and recessed light fixtures, all facing warm toned hardwood floors.
Completely remodeled, the gourmet kitchen is adorned with white cabinets and stone counters, and augmented with a built-in desk, breakfast bar and luxury stainless steel appliances. Right next to the kitchen is a spacious living and dining room, as well as a utility room with direct access to the attached garage.
The master suite is secluded in its own wing with a walk-in closet and a comfortable sitting area. There are four further bedrooms, plus an office with built-in shelving; most rooms have direct access to the private courtyard, which has a heated swimming pool and spa, and a covered patio that runs almost the entire length of the house. There is also a shaded brick patio ideal for alfresco dining.
Best known for her role as Kate Pearson on NBC’s award-winning “This is Us” show, the Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe-nominated star has also appeared in the films “Breakthrough” and “Sierra Burgess is a Loser.” And Metz, who moonlights as a singer-songwriter, has also released several musical tracks – “Girl Go”, “Talking to God”, “Actress” and “Feel Good” among them. The Florida native recently performed live at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry and was headlining Chrissy Metz & Friends, a benefit show for the CMA Foundation at the city’s historic Bluebird Café.
Sami Tarrab and Michael Metzger of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties own the Tarzana list.
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