'Modern Family' Star Ty Burrell Upgrades to a $4.2M Spanish-Style Mansion

A fireplace anchors the living room.Ty Burrell must be channeling the real estate prowess of his Modern Family character. After only a month on the market, his Culver City penthouse has already found a buyer and Burrell has upgraded to a $4.2M Spanish-style home in the Cheviot Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, reports Variety. Burrell's Modern Family character would also be familiar with this neighborhood since the house used for exterior shots of the Dunphy home on the show is only a few blocks away. Built in the 1920's in the Spanish Colonial Revival style, Burrell's new house spans 3,200 square feet and houses 4 bedroom and 3 bathrooms. It was designed by esteemed California architect Gerard Colcord and features an arched colonnade of handmade terra cotta tiles, a sun porch and a city-view balcony. Coldwell Banker’s Rob Wynn and Adam Glick represented the listing.

The house was designed by architect Gerard Colcord. The staircase is made of hand-painted terra cotta tiles. An arched colonnade leads to the entry. French doors in the sunken living room lead to the patio. The dining room features dramatic arched windows. One of the bedrooms featured an arched beamed ceiling. The back of the house features an expansive deck.