Seth Rogen Sells a Stunning Spanish-Style Los Angeles Haven

At the beginning of quarantine, actor and comedian Seth Rogen gave an update that he made quite a few lovely vases. By December, his pottery evolved with more colorful and bolder patterns, because, why not? Indeed, The Interview star has spent much of the past few months honing his ceramic craft at home—little did many know he’d put a beautiful boho home on the market during that time. In a win for the celebrity, the Spanish-style pad has now sold for above its $2.125 asking price. Closing for $2.16 million, the whimsical West Hollywood-area haven is a creative’s delight.

Set behind rows of hedges on an exquisitely-landscaped lot, the 1923-built home spans 2,853 square feet. Indoor-outdoor living appears to be a priority in its design, with an array of seating areas spread just beyond glass doors. A trellis houses the outdoor dining space, warmed by a fireplace and overlooking a shining koi pond.

Inside lie four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the fourth bedroom doubling as a den, or in Rogen’s case, what could have been a pottery studio. The master suite encompasses the entirety of the second floor, with soaring vaulted ceilings elevating that sense of spaciousness. A walk-in closet, spa bath, and fireplace add luxury and charm.

Now out of the celebrity’s hands, Jane Gavens and Mary Brill of The Brill Group at Compass held the dashing listing.