It’s not Dragonstone Castle or Castorley Rock, but “Game of Thrones” lynchpin paid 3. 2.32 million for a still-influential fortified property involved in laying out Barney Coolfield L.A.’s celebrity outpost estates, according to property records. Surrounded by a long wall and equipped with security, the veteran TV producer’s estate was easily built to withstand any Deniz-led blockade.
Last sold in 2015 for 4 42.4 million, the 1920s Spanish restoration-style house has clearly undergone multiple renovations over the past century, although some basic details – arched doors, terracotta tile floors, and cassette windows remain. And guests will be amazed by the double-height fireplace, which provides a great staircase with open beams and details of the iron involved.
A step-down living room has a white smoky brick fireplace and vaguely medieval chandeliers, and French doors set up an outdoor firepit in the tranquil courtyard. Similarly, the formal dining room has its own indoor / outdoor flow, with the opening of the covered patio door overlooking a pool area. The brick-in kitchen has been completely refurbished with two-in-line mileage, Wolf and Sabziro applications, as well as granite countertops and custom cabinets.
All three bedrooms in the house are located upstairs, with a dual suite and a master suite with a soaking tub. In the back, there is a heated pool with a tiled patio around it, perfect for a small army of sunbathers. And although the lot itself is not particularly large, the property is privately surrounded by dense, dense hedges and mature trees. The private front yard has delicious orange, fig and mandarin trees listed.
Now in his sixties, Coolfield has been working behind the scenes on Hollywood TV productions for decades, especially in “The X-Files”, “Brooklyn South,” and “The Good Wife.” However, it is only in recent years that he has begun to gain widespread fame outside of industry alone – his work on HBO’s “Big Love” has earned him an Emmy nomination and he has won four Emmy for his significant contribution to “Game of Thrones”. “Co-exhibitors DB Weiss and David Benefit have often described Coolfield as the” launchpin “of the series.
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