January 29, 2023


Giving your Home a new Option

Sitcom Actor and Comedian Jason Segel Says Farewell to His L.A. Pad for $2.8M

Now up for grabs in Los Angeles is Jason Segel’s three-story residence, located in the celebrity-studded enclave of Los Feliz. The Mediterranean Revival abode was built in 1929 by architect H.B. Benson and sits among other historic homes along Lowry Road. Segel acquired the property from artist Shepard Fairey in 2016 for $2,250,000, but after treating the space to a few updates, he is releasing it back to the market.

After having purchasing a larger residence in Pasadena, actor and comedian Jason Segel is now selling his three-level home in Los Feliz. The 1920s Mediterranean Revival sits alongside homes designed by William Kesling and Frank Lloyd Wright.

Spread across 2,523 square feet, the historic residence is steeped in original character, including high-arched beamed ceilings in the living room. An Andalusian fireplace adds to the dramatic, double-height space, as do the double-height steel-encased windows.

Architect H.B. Benson designed the abode in 1929 for physician Nathan Levin and his family. The residence features large living spaces connected by multiple levels and walkways.

The newly remodeled kitchen features custom blue cabinetry, a black subway-tiled backsplash, and a hand-painted corner banquette. Steps away, the dining room provides direct access to one of the home’s covered terraces. In total, the home includes four bedrooms and four baths, including a private guest suite and/or studio space. Scroll ahead to see more of the property, which is asking $2,750,000.

Distinctive features of the double-height living room include original beamed ceilings and arched steel-framed windows.

Beamed ceilings continue into the galley kitchen, which features new appliances and finishes.

Another view of the kitchen. Black subway tile contrasts with the blue cabinetry.

In addition to archways and a pressed-tin ceiling, the dining area also includes French doors leading to a charming Juliet balcony.

A closer look at the balcony overlooking the steep rear yard.

A long hallway overlooks the living space as it leads to the master bedroom.

The master bedroom also features French doors opening to a private balcony.

A look at the master bathroom, one of four in the home.

A look at one of the other three bedrooms.

Several terraces surround the multi-leveled rear and side yards. Here, a terracotta-tiled side patio features a fountain.

A look at the private guest suite just off the side patio. The space could also serve as a quite studio or home office.

A shady eating area and outdoor kitchen awaits at the bottom of the hillside lot. Lush vegetation provides the requisite privacy and seclusion.

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