Matt Selma, the longtime writer and executive producer of “The Simpsons,” has just listed his Los Angeles home for $4.679 million.
Selma purchased his Spanish-style home that is nestled in the historic Hancock Park neighborhood back in 2006 for $3.077 million, and it appears that the 5,842-square-foot main home boasts at least five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and two half baths. This is in addition to the one-bed, 1.5-bath guest space located atop the three-car garage.
Placed on nearly half an acre, the plot is large for the neighborhood and sports a gated, tree-shielded courtyard that offers privacy to the residence. Inside, an expansive step-down living room is home to built-in bookshelves and a fireplace, while guests can also get comfortable in the adjoining den.
In addition to a beautiful dining room with large eight-pane windows and a vintage-inspired kitchen complete with white subway tile backsplashes, the next owner should be happy to find plenty of space to house family or friends. While the guest bedrooms are large, the master suite is especially luxurious with a separate office/sitting area, a private terrace, two walk-in closets, a dressing room, and a massive vintage-style bathroom.
Although the large property doesn’t have a pool, there is space to entertain outside with a broad flag stone dining terrace with a built-in fire pit, in addition to a chicken coop, organic vegetable planter beds, and an al fresco casita attached to the side of the garage.
While it seems like Selma is trying to unload the luxe property, interested renters can also lease the home for $14,000 a month.