‘Avenger’ sees ac­tion on home

Los Angeles Times - - HOT PROPERTY - Lau­ren.beale@latimes.com Twit­ter:@LATHotProp­erty neal.leit­ereg@latimes.com Twit­ter: @NJLeit­ereg

Ac­tors and home ren­o­va­tors Jeremy Ren­ner and Kristof­fer Win­ters have sold their latest pro­ject in Hol­ly­wood Hills for $4.3 mil­lion.

Built in1926, the tra­di­tional-style house was once hometo early film­maker Pre­ston Sturges, who helped de­fine the screw­ball com­edy genre in the1 930s and won an orig­i­nal screen play Os­car for “The Great McGinty” in 1940.

Ren­o­vated and re­stored, the two-story home fea­tures an1,800-square-foot great room with the orig­i­nal cop­per-topped bar and a fire­place— a nod to its Old Hol­ly­wood grandeur. A fam­ily room, an up­dated kitchen and a for­mal liv­ing room are in­cluded in the 7,000 square feet of liv­ing space.

There are a to­tal of five bed­rooms and six bath­rooms, while a de­tached guest­house adds another kitchen, a din­ing area and three bed­room en suites in 1,200 square feet of space.

Out­doors, a rooftop ter­race takes in views of the cityscape and land­scaped grounds with a foun­tain fea­ture.

The prop­erty pre­vi­ously sold in 2009 for $1.35 mil­lion. It came on the mar­ket in Fe­bru­ary for $4.795 mil­lion and­was of­fered fur­nished.

Branden Wil­liams and Rayni Romito Wil­liams of Hil­ton& Hy­land, an af­fil­i­ate of Christie’s In­ter­na­tional Real Es­tate, were the list­ing agents. Stephen Res­nick, also of Hil­ton& Hy­land, rep­re­sented the buyer.

Ren­ner, 44, is known­for his role as Hawk eye in the Marvel cin­e­matic uni­verse. Among his other film cred­its are “Amer­i­can Hus­tle” (2013), “The Bourne Legacy” (2012) and “The Hurt Locker” (2008).

Ren­ner will reprise his role as Wil­liam Brandt in the sum­mer block­buster “Mis­sion: Im­pos­si­ble— Rogue Na­tion,” due out in Au­gust.

Win­ters, 41, runs an in­te­rior de­sign firm that bears his name. As an ac­tor, he has ap­peared in “The Hurt Locker” aswell as the 2010 film “Fair Game.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.