Character actor Donal Logue—best known as lead character Harvey in the Fox series ‘Gotham’—has let go of a home in Woodland Hills for a little over a million dollars.
Logue purchased the home in 2010, for $970K, and accepted an offer of $1.16 million for the mid-1960’s Spanish/traditional-style amalgam. The house was listed by Logue in March of this year, initially for $1.25 million, but had been reduced to $1.199 million prior to the sale.
The interior spaces—which come to about 3,600 square feet—feature a wildly colorful execution, with walls in very warm and very cool tones; azure blue dominates in the living spaces and a couple of the bedrooms, but the home office and a guest room are presented in an adrenaline-producing shade of red. The two divergent colors make for striking transitions.
The kitchen features a pair of period-style pendants, with mica or mica-look shades, as well as maple cabinetry, and a center island with a tiered design and a granite cap; countertops are also granite, and walls are soft periwinkle blue.
The home’s family and media room looks to be the heart of the house, and is finished in an atmospheric blend of green and natural-finished wood. The master suite is nicely proportioned, and features an alcove spa tub.
The home’s exterior looks well used; like the family room, it looks central to home life. The lagoon-style pool features an ornate series of waterfalls, there is a cabana-style lounge area with a grill station, and landscaping borders carefully on a touch of the wild.
Logue’s film and T.V. acting credits are too numerous to list here, but efforts of the last few years include programming for sundry moral tastes: roles in both ‘Sons of Anarchy’ and ‘Law and Order.’