Will Forte puts his antique Santa Monica beach bungalow on the market for $ 2.45 million … 18 years after buying the house for $ 840,000
Will Forte decided to part ways with his old home in Santa Monica̵
And he can make a good profit if he can get a buyer close to the asking price.
The 50-year-old actor and comedian bought the three-bedroom, two-bathroom bungalow in 2002 for $ 840,000, but just put it up for sale for $ 2.45 million, according to Variety.
Will Forte is selling his 1,936-square-foot home in Santa Monica’s Ocean Park neighborhood, just blocks from Santa Monica’s picturesque beaches
Great investment: The creator and star of The Last Man On Earth bought the bungalow in 2002 for $ 840,000, but just put it up for sale for $ 2.45 million
Dating back to the 1910s, the 1,936 square foot residence it’s located a few blocks from Santa Monica’s quaint beaches, and comes complete with gorgeous ocean views from the second floor.
The master bedroom has a cozy vintage style bathroom and a spacious walk-in closet.
The main living area features a brick fireplace that sits between bookshelves with glass doors and opens onto a light-infused kitchen.
The three bedroom, two bathroom house dates back to the 1910s
Let there be light: There is plenty of open space in the front and back
Spacious: the large living room opens to the outdoor spaces
Natural Atmosphere: The house is adorned with hardwood floors and lots of woodwork
Beautiful French doors stand out both in the living room and in the nearby dining room.
There is a comfortable eat-in kitchen that features simple wood cabinets, a butcher work island, and stainless steel appliances.
Undoubtedly the creator and protagonist of The Last Man On Earth appreciated the outdoor spaces, with a front patio that opens to both the kitchen and the main living areas and a private sundeck in the back.
In addition to the large front porch, there is a gated deck area that is off the kitchen and one of the guest bedrooms on top of a single-car garage.
Head of the house: The master bedroom features a cozy vintage style bathroom and a spacious walk-in closet
Guest room n. 1: there is also a second bedroom in the main house
Room with a View: One of the guest bedrooms sits atop a single car garage
Tasty: There’s a relaxed eat-in kitchen that features a butcher’s work island and stainless steel appliances
Lots of Storage: The kitchen also has many simple wooden cabinets
The house is seconds from all of the restaurants and shops on Main Street, Rose Ave. and Abbot Kinney Blvd.
In January, the SNL alum lost $ 6.2 million per home in the upscale Carmel Highlands area, which is about ten miles south of Monterey, California.
The three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home is just over 3,600 square feet and sits atop more than an acre rocky terrain just over two sandy coves in a unique gated enclave, according to Variety.
Old School Look: Both bathrooms are designed with a vintage style
Relaxing: two rooms open onto another outdoor space
Suitable for the sun: the bungalow also has a patio to combine with the other outdoor area
Northward: SNL alum fell $ 6.2 million per home in January in the upscale Carmel Highlands area, which is about ten miles south of Monterey, California