The 3,184-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills where the late photographer Wallace Seawell lived for decades -- alongside, for a time, actress Carol Channing and her husband -- is on the market for $2,069,000.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the listing of the longtime home of Seawell, who died in 2007 at the age of 90. The house has been on the market since mid-2008 (and is billed as a "celebrity owned home"), but we've never gotten around to writing about it until now. As we have been trying over the last few weeks to clean up a lot of overlooked items (both those that others have written about and those that others have *not* written about yet), we thought the time was appropriate to take a look at Seawell's longtime home, which he owned and which he inhabited along with -- for a time -- Channing and her husband.
Built in 1953, the three-bedroom house, which is at 9301 Flicker Way in the Bird Streets area of the Hollywood Hills, has two baths, according to public records and listing information. The house also has a pool and sits on a 0.2-acre (8,777-square-foot) lot, according to public records.
Check out a cached version of the listing sheet for the Seawell house -- complete with photos.
Flicker Way is a popular street for celebs (as is the entire Bird Streets area). As we noted back in October, Tori Spelling owned the house at 9366 Flicker Way from 1999 until 2002. And actress Joanne Whalley also lives down the street, in a 3,482-square-foot house that she purchased in 1996 for $750,000, according to public records.
Get an MLS listing.