Numb3rs star barely breaks even with $4.5M Santa Monica sale

Rob Morrow's original asking price was $7.2M

Sep.September 23, 2016 03:30 PM

The numbers are in, and they don’t look good for Rob Morrow.

The former “Numb3rs” actor finally sold his Santa Monica abode, but at an almost $3 million discount to his original asking price of $7.2 million nearly a year ago.

The sleek, modern residence in Rustic Canyon sold for $4.5 million. Morrow barely made any money on the property, which he acquired for $4.2 million in February 2007, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Designed by local architect Melinda Gray, the 5,126-square-foot house has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It features an open-concept living area with cavernous ceilings, a music studio, glass walls and a home theater.

Morrow recently portrayed Barry Scheck in the acclaimed bio-drama miniseries, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” [Variety]Cathaleen Chen

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