From Broadway to Beverly Hills, Jack Carter made crowds laugh. And while the funny guy passed away in June at age 93, he’s left quite a special place behind: his six-bed, five-bath spread in the Promised Land of real estate: Beverly Hills.
Located on one of La-La Land’s most coveted streets, this Spanish-style home, built in 1926, would be a great buy for someone looking to restore a true architectural treasure. This home for sale in Los Angeles, CA, hasn’t been on the market for 40 years.
Tucked back from the street, the serene estate has a spacious yard. A sparkling swimming pool is the most classic California backyard accessory. Also, according to the listing details, zoning rules would allow a new owner to add 2,248 more square feet to the property — and create a 6,742-square-foot dream home — in case you’re craving the media room or private gym that seems to be the Hollywood standard these days.
Carter kept his career going until very recently; you may remember him for his role of Stan on Showtime’s Shameless, or as Gus on Parks and Recreation opposite Nick Offerman.
Images courtesy of The Agency. The listing agent is Baron Steinbrecher.