The comedian and TV personality is looking to snag a buyer for his SoCal house, which was built in 1963 and includes vaulted ceilings and a saltwater pool.
Television personality and comedian Adam Carolla, whose credits include the reality TV show, “Catch a Contractor,” is looking to snag a buyer for his midcentury modern house in La Canada Flintridge, California.
Carolla bought the five-bedroom home, built in 1963, three years ago and has updated it. He’s priced the residence, set on nearly a half acre, at $3.395 million.
The 3,980-square-foot, single-story house has a new, powder blue kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and bar-style chairs lining a high counter. In the living room, a vaulted ceiling tops terrazzo flooring and a fireplace.
The master suite has been soundproofed, and the walk-in closet reveals a center island and vanity.
A new saltwater pool and spa are backyard focal points. Among the updates are artificial turf and an outdoor sound system.
The home sold for $2.5 million in August 2015, according to the MLS.
Kathy Seuylemezian of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has the listing.
Carolla, 54, worked as a carpenter before becoming a celebrity. On Spike TV’s “Catch a Contractor,” he teamed up with a licensed contractor and a private investigator.
In 2014, an Irvine man charged with carrying out unlicensed home improvements after being confronted about shoddy work on “Catch a Contractor” was sentenced to 190 days in jail.
Carolla hosted “Loveline” on radio and TV, and was the co-creator and co-host of Comedy Central’s “The Man Show.” His collaborative creations included the puppet comedy “Crank Yankers.”
In 2009, he launched his popular, eponymous podcast, “The Adam Carolla Show.