Fred Armisen moves all the way from Silver Lake to Los Feliz

The co-creator of Portlandia buys home for $2M

Apr.April 07, 2016 04:00 PM

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Actor Fred Armisen, the co-creater of “Portlandia” is making big moves.

Ok, maybe not big in terms of distance, considering he is moving one neighborhood over, but big in terms of bucks. Armisen recently bought a residence in Los Feliz for $2 million. His old pad in Silver Lake is under contract to be sold for just under $1 million, the L.A. Times reported.

Armisen was represented by Laura Stupsker of The Agency in the transaction. Elizabeth Marquart of RE/MAX Estate Properties was the listing agent

The Los Feliz property, an English-style bungalow built in 1927, has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. With two stories, a small lawn and a front patio, the estate features a view of downtown L.A. from the breakfast nook. It first came to the market in January asking $2.1 million.

Fellow eccentric celebrity Sia recently sold her Los Feliz home for $4.8 million only four months after buying it. The average listing price in the Notheast L.A. neighborhood is $2.6 million, as of early 2016. [LA Times]Cathaleen Chen

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