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Fantastic 1920s bungalow in Beachwood Canyon seeks $1.25M

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Owned by an Emmy-nominated comedy writer/director who co-created Portlandia

Photos by Lauren Moore.
Courtesy of Peter Maurice/Rodeo Realty

This darling three-bedroom bungalow up in the Hollywood Hills’ charming Beachwood Canyon has a clean, contemporary look, and a Tinseltown connection, Variety reports.

Built in 1926, the house measures about 1,300 square feet and has a wonderful barrel vaulted ceiling in the bright living room. In the dining area, pale blue cabinets are built into the wall. The galley-style kitchen features cobalt blue tile and Spanish tiled floors. Hardwood floors run throughout the residence.

The three bedrooms are ample and bright, and the master bedroom has French doors to the backyard.

Outside, the property features a terraced yard with a handful of patios, lending a rambling look to the space.

Variety says the house is listed by comedy writer and director Jonathan Krisel, who co-created, wrote, and directed the hipster-skewering TV series Portlandia and HBO’s Baskets. Krisel owns the home with his wife, producer Danica Radovanov, who bought the house on her own in 2003.

Interested in making this bungalow your own? It’ll cost you: The Hollywood Hills charmer comes with a $1.249 million price tag.