Patrick Schwarzenegger—son of Arnold—listed his residence in West Hollywood this week with a $3.3 million asking price. The Daniel Isn’t Real actor has owned the spot for about three years, according to public records.
The house was built in 2015, and boasts three bedrooms and four baths in just under 2,200 square feet. The interiors are contemporary, and the shared living spaces, especially the kitchen/family room, emphasize a kind of sparkling, uncluttered style in a modified open-concept layout, with vaulted ceilings and skylights enhancing the sense of space.
There are many familiar players here. The kitchen features a waterfall island in marble, and the floors in the common areas are wide-plank oak in a matte finish. In the master bathroom, the tile work accumulates into a dramatically textured effect.
The property’s exterior living areas use available space with exceptional grace. A pool, a strip of lawn, and a pergola-covered dining and lounging area are all nestled into the very private lot.