Now he’s released from both Michael Scott’s relentless workplace abuse and congratulatory rejection of former flame Erin Hannon, actor Jach Woods (“Jared Dunn in” Silicon Valley “in” Office Notes Gabe “) and now he’s highlighting it Settled, where he is licking his wounds in a walled and gated cottage in the neighborhood of Thin Studio City.
Built in 1946, renovated in ’60 and 2017 and described in the materials listed as “French province” in style, the 2,000-square-foot home has three bedrooms and 2.25 full bathrooms (a full, three-quarters bath, and a powder room) approximately 6,000 square feet. On the lot. The secluded, single-story structure behind a gate and the dense canopy behind it disappears from the road.
A locked gate leads to the steps of a patio cut from rotten granite and a second patio, covered by a concrete and wood mesh. Inside, the red-tiled villa sports a milky white wall, vaulted ceilings and honeycombed wood floors, unexpectedly contemporary kitchen items adorned with top-of-the-line stainless appliances, corrugated in Italian kitchen cabinets and kitchenware. An island, where there are French doors outside.
While it’s not huge, the master bedroom has a set of French doors and vaulted ceilings thanks to the air. There is plenty of closet storage and a bathroom with a black-and-white tile design and a bidet. In addition to the guest bedroom and private office, the house also has a long airway that connects to the converted two-car garage, which is now the second guest bedroom suite or potential ADU situation.
Landscaping at Petite Yard is limited to a few bushes and burnt trees, although there is also a decorated-covered concrete patio for Al Fresco dining that overlooks an immersion pool – it’s actually like a Kiddie Wedding Pool. And although the property has no vehicle garage, the back of the house has a long, discreet driveway shared with three other homes that provide space for a Woods-owned automobile, as well as plenty of street parking in the family-based neighborhood.
Woods, now 36, began his career performing improv, while still in high school in New Jersey. Since then, NYU Grade has starred in HBO’s “Silicon Valley” and has appeared in recurring roles on HBO’s “Vip”, although he is still best known for his role as an actor member in NBC’s iconic American version of “The Office”.
The list was held by Randy Lieberman and Maggie Shirson of Rodeo Realty; Johnny Johnston of Compass removed Woods.