Tuesday, December 3, 2013

A Pretty, Pretty Good Mansion



Larry David, executive producer and writer of Seinfeld and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm, has put this Pacific Palisades beauty on the market, and even cut it $2 million when it didn't sell right away.  Still, the house is pretty, pretty good.  It's now listed at $12.995 million.  7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and 11,300 square feet of space built in 1950.

Curb Your Enthusiasm reference to this room at the end of this article*




Put it a tv and pizza delivery and I would never need to leave this bathroom.
There is an eat-in country kitchen and a large guest house on the property, and a pool, of course.

"I have to say this, I don't know why people put microwave ovens where you have to bend down.
It absolutely ruins popcorn for me when I do that."
Here is the guest house.
*Curb Your Enthusiasm reference: If this home were on an episode of the show, Larry would have said something ambiguous about the beamed ceilings, then the owner would have gotten upset.  Later when the owner was coming to his place, Larry would hurry up and get beamed ceilings put in but use a cheap outfit his manager suggested.  Then the beams, because they were at the last minute and not meant to be there after the visit, would end up falling on the guest.  Then Larry would be outraged that the guest/owner blamed Larry for getting hit by ceiling beams and tell him that the only reason they were there was to shut him up about Larry's original comment.  Then Larry would try to make it up to him by buying him some golf clubs, but the guy only uses the gold clubs his deceased father gave to him.  The episode would end with the guy chasing Larry around Larry's house, trying to hit Larry with a golf club, but tripping over another ceiling beam that suddenly fell.