Actor and funnyman Bob Einstein recently listed his longtime Beverly Hills home for $5.795 million.
Einstein—who is best known for his comedic roles as Super Dave Osborne, and for playing Marty Funkhouser on “Curb your Enthusiasm”—paid just $1.1 million for the Los Angeles-area home back in 1984.
The traditional spans nearly 4,800 square feet, and holds five bedrooms and 6.5 baths. It features a double-height foyer accented with green marble floors, and a time-capsule staircase. The kitchen is especially deserving of a refresh; with its classic ’80s aesthetic, the room would benefit from a remodel. But the room has a lot of potential.
A great deal of wood trim, mirror walls in the dining room, a hunter-green lounge room with wet bar and French doors, and a master suite employing Japanese design tropes also distinguish the home.
The property is located on more than half an acre just above Benedict Canyon, and fills out nicely; a brick patio with pool and spa, a large pergola, and a host of mature trees and shrubs give the home a good measure of privacy without diminishing the views.