Comedian Patton Oswalt sells Los Feliz home above asking price

The voice of “Remy” on “Ratatouille” sold the estate for $2.6M

Aug.August 31, 2017 02:00 PM
Lowry Road, Patton Oswalt (MLS/Getty Images)

Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt is laughing his way to the bank.

The “King of Queens” actor sold his home on Lowry Road at a premium price of $2.6 million, $101,000 over its asking price, the Los Angeles Times reported. He took in a not-too-shabby $980,000 profit.

The 1926-built, two-story home spans 3,595 square feet and offers four bedrooms.The Mediterranean-style estate has an open floor plan, enclosed sun porch overlooking the Los Feliz hills, a swimming pool and a guest apartment atop gated garage.

Oswalt paid $1.62 million for the home in 2009, property records show. He listed the home for $2.49 million on Aug. 4.

Coldwell Banker’s Isaac Fast represented the buyer. Claudio Hipolito, also with Coldwell, had the listing. [LAT] – Natalie Hoberman

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