The 1920s Mediterranean, which sold for $1.354 million, has a long history of celebrity owners and tenants.
Comedian and actor Richard Lewis has closed the door on his longtime residence in Hollywood Hills West, selling the 1920s Mediterranean for $1.354 million.
The house, which Lewis had called home since 1989, has a long history of celebrity owners and tenants. Actor Eddie Albert, actor-dancer Gene Nelson and prolific voice-over actor Charles Judels are among the notable residents to have lived in the house.
The 2,508 square feet of white-walled living space includes a step-down living room with fireplace, a dining room and an updated kitchen. Glass doors off the living room area open to a canopy-topped patio. Another balcony with a fireplace sits off the media room.
There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms, including a master suite with a reading nook and a separate office. Views take in the surrounding treetops and city lights.
The 69-year-old Lewis is known for his appearances on “Late Night With David Letterman” and the HBO sitcom “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” His film credits include the 1993 comedy “Robin Hood: Men in Tights.”