The 1920s home boasts such details as original hardwood floors, arched windows and an artistic Batchelder-tile fireplace in the living room.
“Grimm” co-stars David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch, who are engaged to wed this year, have found their marital home in Hollywood Hills. The couple recently paid $1.94 million for a Spanish-style spread that was once owned by Oscar-winning filmmaker Jana Sue Memel.
Tucked behind hedges and gates, the 1920s home boasts such details as original hardwood floors, arched windows and an artistic Batchelder-tile fireplace in the living room. Pastoral hues lend a country note to the kitchen, which has a backsplash of subway tile and an island/bar.
Period tile sets off the three bathrooms, which have been updated with new cabinetry and countertops. A total of seven bedrooms lie within more than 3,500 square feet of interiors. Lawns, mature trees and drought-tolerant landscaping fill the grounds.
Giuntoli and Tulloch wrapped up production on “Grimm” in March after six seasons on the supernatural series.
Giuntoli, 36, appeared in the film “13 Hours” and has a part in the upcoming TV movie “Mission Control.” Tulloch, 36, has credits that include the 2015 drama “Concussion.”