Built in 1927, the Spanish-style bungalow has two bedrooms and one bath and features hardwood and tile floors, carved archways, casement windows, a decorative fireplace, and a covered porch. While the house itself measures in at a modest 932 square feet, it’s on a sizable lot with multiple decks, patios, and garden areas.
But the property’s most notable feature—recently lauded in the pages of the New York Times Sunday magazine—would have to be its garage, where Maron recorded more than 900 episodes of his acclaimed podcast, WTF, and hosted a pantheon of celebrity guests ranging from Mel Brooks to Barack Obama.
Per the NYT, Maron, his cats, and his podcast have relocated to “a more spacious, two-floor Craftsman home 10 minutes away.”
- 1854 Phillips Way [The Agency]