Misha Collins, known for playing Castiel on the CW show Supernatural, has decided to part ways with a Spanish-style house with Moorish influence in the Hollywood Hills, and put it up for sale for just under $ 4 million.
With beautifully arched doors, wrought iron railings, natural wood beams, and a combination of hardwood and tile floors, the white stucco residence with a red tile roof was originally built in 1926. One of its standout features is its direct view of Hollywood sign (which was erected three years before the house was built and was originally the Hollywoodland sign, posted by a local real estate developer).
“The home sits quietly across the canyon adorned by the iconic Hollywood sign,” explains Property Agent Phil Missig of the Beverly Hills office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.
According to public records, Collins, who starred in the podcast in 2021 Bridgewater – and his wife, writer and journalist Victoria Vantoch, bought the house in 2012 for $ 1.4 million.
The three-story main house features a living room on the main level that opens to the dining room and kitchen, with an island for dining. Downstairs there is a family room, three bedrooms (one en suite), a meditation room and an office. There is also a separate one-bedroom guest apartment with a kitchenette and writer’s cabin on the resort-type property, with a total interior living space totaling 3721 square feet.
Other features include two gas fireplaces, balconies off the master suite and off the dining room, French doors, a freestanding tub in the master bathroom, a steam shower, a butler pantry, and chef-grade stainless steel appliances in the kitchen room.
Outdoor amenities include a pool with a retractable cover, a hot tub, a cabana with an outdoor kitchen, an outdoor shower, a gas fire pit, a vegetable garden with raised beds, and a children’s play area with a built-in climbing rope net. sandpit and slide. The home sits on 0.64 acres, comprised of three lots.
Missig adds: “The complex is expansive and slowly blooms as you discover each carefully designed space.”