“New Girl” star Joe Deshchanel and her producer second husband Jacob Pechenik (“Rock the Casbah,” “consolation”) officially split last year, and the former couple wasted some time selling their $ 5.9 million wedding home in Manhattan Beach. The corn-tied actress and producer then moved on to their separate real estate – she bought the েন্ট 9.5 million Brentwood Estate with her new partner, HGTV’s Jonathan Scott – and she recently acquired an artisan, three-story bachelor pad Canal.
The purchase of Pechenik is a blockbuster and ultra-contemporary affair, weighing 3,488 square feet, including four bedrooms and four and a half baths. Although back in early 1939, the place was recently re-imagined as glamorous, smooth white walls as a suitable showpiece for the magazine, wheat-colored wide plank floors, recessed lighting, and an open floor plan throughout.
A glazed glass front door opens directly into the great room, where the formal seating and dining area and kitchen are located. A large linear fireplace set on charcoal-colored accent walls and dramatic from the glass walls to the ceiling. A floating built-in bookshelf has ample space to display novels and a variety of nicknames.
The kitchen is extremely spacious and equipped with custom earth-tone cabinets, plus fancy chef-grade applications and quartzite countertops, although the original showstopper is a huge slab of Brazilian mahogany extending from the central island to the dining area. The snugly set between the kitchen and the living room is a charcoal-colored office.
Above, the master suite is a luxurious bedroom with another fireplace, and provides direct access to the sport on a private veranda overlooking the canal. There is also a great master bath with an extended vanity with shower and soaking tub, ample marble countertops and a glass partitioned bath area. There are two extra beds on the second floor, while on the third floor above there is a bonus room that is likely a fourth bedroom or home gym.
Despite the 4. 4.5 million price tag, it’s still tightly packed to Venice, so there’s no backyard. The estate, however, features a 1,300-square-foot roof deck with gorgeous sunset views and plenty of lounges or al fresco houses on the right. And, if bathing in open elements is your thing, the deck also provides an outdoor shower.
The list was in the hands of Mark Kuching and Juliet Hohen of Douglas Ellman; Keaching also left Pechnik behind.