Producer Marti Noxon California Home – In addition to being an accomplished, Emmy-nominated television writer and producer, veteran showrunner Marti Noxon seems to be dipping her toe in the high-end house flipping business, listing a freshly rehabbed mid-century ranch house in the hills above Studio City, Calif., for $2.399 million.
Perched along a wooded ridge with rustic, cross-canyon views near the end of a short cul-de-sac above Laurel Canyon in a neighborhood referred to in SoCal real estate circles as “The Donnas” because all the streets begin with the feminine Spanish honorific “Doña,” there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,323-square-feet.
The “UnREAL” and “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” creator, also responsible for the controversial 2017 anorexia tale “To the Bone,” the short-lived 2018 dark comedy “Dietland” and last summer’s tightly wound limited series “Sharp Objects,” starring Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson, purchased the property not quite 1.5 years ago for $1.6 million.
A quick comparison with listing photographs from the time of Noxon’s purchase indicates the unpretentious if not exactly inexpensive residence, built in 1963 and designed by acclaimed architect Gerard Colcord, underwent a savvy, comprehensive restoration and update in which three fireplaces were removed or covered up, cork floors were installed throughout and the original dining room, kitchen and service wing were smartly reconfigured to accommodate a considerably larger kitchen plus a compact bedroom and bathroom.
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