Actress Rose McIver — whose lead turn in Sci-Fi’s iZombie transitioned professionally and metaphysically into a primary slot in CBS’s Ghosts — picked up a cute little Los Angeles residence last month, according to Dirt.
McIver took possession of the keys to the turnkey lifestyle 1,736 sq. ft. cottage by handing over $2.438 million; that’s above ask, as it turns out, but fair enough for a private, quiet and charming corner of Atwater Village. The house had been listed at $2.095 million prior to the sale.
The house dates to 1936, and shows a bit of French influence in its exterior architecture. The property as a whole promotes roaming, with a back entrance visible through the leafy landscaping, walking paths, and a garage that’s been converted to an auxiliary living space across the lawn.
Interiors are classy, upbeat and unpretentious, with oak plank showing off some nice contrast and dark green cabinetry adding some visual dimension to the place. The living room and two of the bedrooms have broad sliding glass doors for outdoor access, and a small deck has been installed outside the latter.
The backyard is partially devoted to a pool, that L.A. essential, but with its dense privacy hedgerows does a fine job of evoking an intimate space far from the madding crowd.
McIver’s upcoming films include Next Exit, with Karen Gillan.