Published On: Sat, Mar 15th, 2014

Larry David Bids Farewell To His Pacific Palisades Estate

David, who had the property on the market for almost 12 months, is reportedly taking a $3 million price drop eventually selling his estate for around $12 million.

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Larry David, well-known television comedian and screenwriter, may not have such a wide smile on his face these days after reportedly taking a $3 million price cut on his magnificent West Coast estate, situated in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles.

When David puts the property on the market in March of last year  he was confident his asking price of around $15 million. However, interest in the estate, dominated by an 11, 272 square feet English Country style manor house with seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms was lukewarm at best, with David cut the price on one or two occasions and the property—ultimately being sold for just over $12 million.

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The  Pacific Palisades property sits on more than one acre of land, on exclusive Huntington Palisades and apart from the main house also includes a guest house and a swimming pool surrounded by mature trees and boasting magnificent views of the city of Los Angeles as well as the Pacific Ocean from its private deck. Interior design is undoubtedly rustic with  used-brick fireplaces, half-timbering and steeply vaulted ceilings being very much the design emphasis.

Larry David’s Pacific Palisades Home – Daily Dream Home

 

Larry David sprang to fame as the co-creator, with Jerry Seinfeld, of the television series Seinfeld, remaining on the show as head writer and executive producer during this comedy series peak  years of 1989 to 1996, while occasionally taking on some cameo roles.

David’s screen writing talents  on  Seinfeld earned him a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 1993.

Recently, David has shown once again that he has retained his comedy talents, featuring in a popular situation comedy released by HBO entitled Curb Your Enthusiasm. Larry David not only created and screen wrote the series, but also to the leading role in what he admits is a semi-fictionalized version of himself.

Larry David’s Pacific Palisades Home – Daily Dream Home

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