Middleditch’s new home is actually a 2,933-square-foot nest-like structure in the western Laurel Canyon. According to Dirt, he paid the entire $4.495 million asking price for the 1971 Spanish ranch-style home.
The property is situated on a.33-acre lot that provides breathtaking vistas of the city; portions of the panorama are visible from most of the residence’s rooms, but the living room provides the most panoramic perspective of the Los Angeles cityscape. A wraparound balcony heightens the experience’s visceral immediacy; vertigo sufferers, take care.
Exposed brick accents the interior of the four-bedroom, three-bath home, as do wall niches, skylights, folding glass doors, and an additional side corridor adorned with sets of French doors that connects the communal living space and accommodations. Another of the home’s fireplaces is located in the master suite; the third fireplace is the focal point of one of the guest rooms.
Numerous sets of French doors in the living space lead to the open-air living area. A walkway winds through the grounds, while a pool and patio stand out among the manicured greenery.
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