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Chris Melony Ozzy and Harriet’s Haunted House – Variety List

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After more than five years of ownership, versatile TV and film actor Christopher Maloney (“Oz,” “Law and Order: SUV,” “The Handmade Tale,” “Wet Hot American Summer,” “Happy!”) And his longtime wife Sherman Williams Their historic historic Hollywood Hills home has plunged into the open market, where it landed with about .5 6.5 million dollars.

The famous half-acre estate sits just below the mouth of the ever-popular Runion Canyon Park and was originally built in 1916 with two-story, traditional themed style houses. There are five bedrooms and seven full baths in an area of ​​about 5,300 square feet, an image that probably includes an isolated guesthouse, which sits poolside at the very back of the property.

Although the house itself is very beautiful, the design is nothing groundbreaking. Rather the property is legendary because of its prominent place in Hollywood revered golden age. In the 1950s and ’60s, the property was owned by Ozzy and Harriet Nelson’s television (and real-life), sitcom stars who reasonably optimized the American cultural outlook of the 1950s.

In 1975, Ozzy Nelson died in the master bedroom of the house. The home has changed hands more than once in the following decades, and many of those owners have complained that the property has been haunted – muttering – flying around at night, closing doors and closing doors – all ideal former Casa Nelson

Spooky or not, the estate once again gained a small-screen reputation in the midst of it, as the on-camera home of Agent Erie Gold, the power of quick-talking in the early season of “Employee.”

As for Meloni, she acquired the Genital housing in the fall of 2014, from a developer for 2 2.25 million, and a quick comparison of current photos with people since then shows that not much has changed in the past few years. The Gated Spread has obviously renovated a light interior, but the addition of new wall paint, re-stained wood floors, some snooty light fixtures and a giant gold buddha that probably captured the forager, perhaps to protect it from miraculous activity.

Fully walled and gated spreads provide plenty of off-street parking and the driveway runs past the main house before the three cars are separated into garages. A raspberry red front door opens in the layout of the classic center hall, which has formal accommodation and a dining room, as well as a large family room with a set of French doors and a distinctive treasury ceiling detail. The kitchen in the dining area is fully equipped with high-end stainless applications, while the walls in an adjoining breakfast room / lounge are painted with various art pieces.

In addition to the maids quarters downstairs, there are four bedrooms upstairs in the house – all of which are guaranteed. The Cavernas Master provides a vaulted ceiling, fireplace and dual walk-in rooms, while the other bedrooms have windows at the top of the lash yard. The house also has a family room upstairs for a cozy movie night.

In the back, the kidney-sized swimming pool is surrounded by a brick roof with plenty of space for sunbathing or outdoor recreation. The estate’s gardens include magnolia trees, a variety of flowering shrubs and grassy lawns that are perfect for Crock’s lazy set.

In addition to their seemingly coveted residential pieces of Hollywood history, Maloney and Williams maintained a vacation home on the shores of the beautiful Candlewood Lake in Connecticut in 2003.

Brett lawyer and Jeff Highland of Hilton & Holland holds the list.

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