Christopher Meledandri, Oscar-nominated producer of a slew of animated movies, together with the still-churning, multibillion-dollar “Despicable Me” franchise in addition to the upcoming “Shrek” and “Puss in Boots” reboots, has added to his Los Angeles property portfolio with the near $2 million buy of a barely greater than 1,900-square-foot Tudor cottage within the perennially stylish Silver Lake space.
Totally up to date for a contemporary life with a profound respect for its number of interval particulars, the 1920s residence has an up-close, through-the-trees view of the Silver Lake Reservoir. There are three bedrooms and two vintage-style renovated bogs emblazoned with black-and-white tile work. With polished wooden flooring, the dwelling and eating rooms function darkish wooden paneling that stops simply in need of the coved and barrel vaulted ceilings. Within the kitchen, the classic vibe is enhanced by partitions sheathed in white subway tiles and offset with up-to-date, minty-green designer home equipment. One of many visitor bedrooms in addition to the master suite have French doorways to a courtyard-inspired yard animated by a fountain and surrounded by pleasantly untamed gardens. There’s additionally a indifferent storage and a completely completed basement stage good for a house workplace, artwork studio or health suite.
The property was collectively listed with Arielle Dupertuis and Daniel R. Ortega, each of Sotheby’s Intl. Realty. Meledandri was repped by Ed Solorzano of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.
It appears unlikely that Meledandri will occupy the property himself, as he already owns a considerably bigger six-bedroom Cape Cod-inspired residence throughout city in a plum Brentwood neighborhood, which he picked up greater than 5 years in the past for near $10.1 million.