Will Forte sells 107-year-old Craftsman for $2.48 million


It was clean crusing for Will Forte in Santa Monica’s Ocean Park neighborhood, the place the “SNL” veteran simply bought his 107-year-old Craftsman for $2.475 million. He discovered a purchaser a month after itemizing and hauled in $25,000 greater than he was asking.

The comedy actor practically tripled his cash on the deal; data present he paid $840,000 for the property shortly earlier than becoming a member of the forged of “Saturday Night time Stay” in 2002.

For followers of Forte’s work, the 1913 residence holds a particular place in his profession. The eating room is the place the actor and his workforce penned the primary episode of his sitcom “The Final Man on Earth,” in addition to a number of the function movie “MacGruber.”

True to its type, the two-story Craftsman options tapered brick columns supporting a coated entrance porch. Wooden fills the dwelling areas inside, lining the flooring, doorways, home windows and ceilings.

A brick hearth anchors the lounge, which opens to a sunny eat-in kitchen. Elsewhere are three bedrooms and two loos in about 1,900 sq. ft, together with an proprietor’s suite with vaulted ceilings and a visitor room underneath a skylight.

The entrance porch wraps round to a eating space on the facet of the house, and out again, there’s a solar deck.

A local of Alameda, Forte loved an eight-year run on “Saturday Night time Stay” earlier than newer tasks together with “Nebraska” and “The Final Man on Earth,” which he created, wrote and produced. A TV present based mostly on his MacGruber character is ready to debut subsequent yr.

Michael Grady and Jagger Kroener of the Company held the itemizing. Mystoura Afolabi of Redfin represented the customer.


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