Cobie Smulders sells Los Feliz investment property for $1.4M to Demetri Martin

"How I Met Your Mother" star paid $881K for the home 8 years ago

Feb.February 10, 2017 11:30 AM
Demetri Martin, Colbie Smulders and the property on Rodney Drive

A Los Feliz property owned by Robin Scherbatsky has sold for $1.4 million,  blue French horn not included.

Cobie Smulders, star of CBS hit “How I met Your Mother,” handed the keys to none other than comedian Demetri Martin, a contributor to “The Daily Show.”

She purchased the building eight years ago for $991,000 as an investment property and rented it out, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Built in 1922, the Colonial-style residence comprises a pair of two-bedroom, one-bathroom townhouses as well as a carriage house. The properties span a combined 2,300 square feet, according to Zillow.

Compass agent Andrew Rhoda had the listing. Martin was represented by Cap Equity Realty’s Brian Capossela. [LAT]Cathaleen Chen

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