The Real Deal Los Angeles

Early MySpace executive is selling his peninsula home for $3.3M

Aber Whitcomb has owned the 1,800-sf property for more than a decade
June 20, 2016 10:30AM

Whitcomb's home at 14 Anchorage Street (credit:

Whitcomb’s home at 14 Anchorage Street (credit: Halton Pardee and Partners, TEDx Tumblr)

Now, it can be YourSpace.

Former MySpace chief technology officer Aber Whitcomb has listed his Marina del Rey home for $3.3 million, the L.A. Times reported.

Built in 1928 but renovated multiple times since, the contemporary-style, 1,839-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It features walls of glass, arched doorways and vaulted ceilings.

Halton Pardee and Partners’ Kerry Ann Sullivan and Tami Pardee have the listing.

The common areas include a living room, dining room, upgraded kitchen and a family area that leads to a courtyard. The master bedroom suite takes up the entire second floor, complete with a fireplace and a balcony. An entertainment space on the roof has a built-in bar, wine fridge and fire pit.

Whitcomb worked at MySpace until 2009 and has since co-founded a company called Social Gaming Network and the start-up incubator  i/o Ventures. He bought the property for $2.5 million more than a decade ago. [LAT]Cathaleen Chen