Will Arnett’s custom-built home in Beverly Hills Post Office sold just two weeks after hitting the market.
The actor — best known for playing Gob Bluth on “Arrested Development” — put the modular home on the market for $8 million and sold it for $7.9 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Architect Suchi Reddy and prefab firm LivingHomes designed Arnett’s two-story, L-shaped home based on plans by modernist architect Ray Kappe.
Kappe, who died in 2019, started designing prefabricated homes for LivingHomes in 2003. Arnett’s five-bedroom home is larger than Kappe’s prefab design and customized to the hillside lot, which the actor bought for $2.7 million in 2012.
The boxy home comprises six modules and totals 3,932 square feet. The main bedroom on the second floor has a private deck. The rear of the home opens to a wood patio area and the infinity-edge pool. There is also a guesthouse, garage, sauna, cold plunge and backyard fireplace. The property totals about three-quarters of an acre.
Beverly Hills Post Office has seen many notable trades this year. Musician Doja Cat bought a home there in March for $2.2 million.
[LAT] — Dennis Lynch