Larry David bought this mansion after selling another in the same area – Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images.
Screenwriter and comedian Larry David, known for being one of the creators of the hit series ‘Seinfeld,’ has just bought a new mansion in Montecito, California, for $7.6 million.
This purchase comes shortly after the 75-year-old American sold a property in the same area for $6.9 million.
Apparently, Larry David was so interested in the new property that he agreed to pay $600,000 more than the initial cost at which this place entered the real estate market.
The mansion was built in 1917 and is currently preserved in perfect condition thanks to a series of renovations that have been made in recent years.
The main house has an extension of 4,300 square feet distributed on a single floor with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a foyer, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, a laundry room, and other amenities.
The interior features several details, such as high ceilings with exposed wood beams, built-in furniture, gold-painted walls, hardwood floors, and more.
The kitchen has white cabinets, ceramic countertops, and a central wooden island that serves as a breakfast bar.
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The master bedroom has enough space for a king-size bed, a living room with a fireplace, a walk-in closet, and a private bathroom.
All the house spaces provide extended views of the exterior, which have extensive green areas with a terrace, outdoor dining area, fire pit, and more ideal spaces to enjoy with friends and family.