Franchise and TV hit creator Kevin Williamson is now ex-owner of a Northeast coastal traditional in Los Angeles. Williamson—whose Midas touch has yielded The Vampire Diaries and many a Scream feature—was asking $9.995 million for the charming little estate in September 2020; come April 2021, a closing at $9.415 million sounded just fine.
The listing information has the 8,058 sq. ft. home as ‘recently reconstructed’ with a 2014 build date, likely the year-of-overhaul. Some of the details—the quality of the Nero marble used for the family room and living room fireplaces—are outstanding; in like spirit, the plank floors, which look to be original. The glossy harlequin tile, curved staircase, and ethereal suspension of the foyer also strike the eye.
Pocketing glass walls reveal the intimate, verdant and formally landscaped living area in back. A garage with a guest apartment and a covered porch round out a quick look at a hidden Wilshire-area idyll.
Williamson’s upcoming projects include Scream—a reboot of the meta slasher franchise—with David Arquette, Neve Campbell, and Courteney Cox, and The Georgetown Project, with Russell Crowe, David Hyde Pierce, and Adam Goldberg.