TV writer/producer/showrunner Marti Noxon just listed her Studio City home for $2.399 million.
The Emmy-nominated “Sharp Objects” creator is hoping for a quick profit. The listing is a flip: Noxon paid $1.6 million for the property in early 2017.
The 2,323 square-foot residence dates to 1963. It is situated just above Laurel Canyon, and recently underwent a comprehensive renovation, but architect Gerard Colcord’s original vision still remains. The result is a mid-century ranch home that blends its classic era-specific accents and modern updates extremely well.
Standout details of the four bed, three baths house include lovely natural-finished vaulted ceilings, new cork floors and a more open floor plan marked by a much larger kitchen and dining space. The living room features a large fireplace that demands attention: white-tiled, with a raised hearth, it suggests its period beautifully.
The kitchen, too, is a midcentury time-capsule, with moss-green subway tile and simple white cabinetry. The tile used in the baths is similarly evocative; the master’s blue hexagonal array is striking, and combines with the other period features to present an extremely evocative style. A couple of the ceiling fixtures contribute, too.
The property exterior includes another midcentury classic: concrete sunlounge with kidney-shaped pool.