Marshall Lewy’s Los Feliz estate is staying in the television industry family.
The “Project Greenlight” producer in November sold the five-bedroom home to “Girls” writer-producer Murray Miller. The sale price was $2.825 million, or $125,000 more than the asking price.
A brick walkway approaches the wide front of the cream-colored home, which has sets of picture windows framed by mint-colored shutters and pillars wrapped in creeping ivy.
Inside, hardwood floors line the 3,674 square feet of interior space. French doors and custom built-ins are among the interior details. The center-island kitchen holds white cabinetry and built-in seating, and the adjacent dining room opens up to an outdoor brick patio with a pergola and fireplace.
Outside, a pool and spa are set among landscaped gardens.
The upstairs master suite, which holds a walk-in closet and freestanding tub, offers mountain and downtown views.
Lewy and Miller aren’t the only notable names associated with the home; it was formerly owned by Hollywood restaurateur Ollie Hammond.
Dan Lackey and Karen Lower of Compass co-listed the property. Boni Bryant, also of Compass, represented Miller.
Lewy, who was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for his work on “Project Greenlight” in 2016, is also known for directing “Blue State (2007) and “California Solo” (2012).
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