Character actor Brian Geraghty, who has appeared over the last few years in films like “Jarhead,” “We Are Marshall,” “The Guardian” and “Bobby,” has paid $675,000 for a two-bedroom, 1,136-square-foot pod-like house in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills.
Big Time Listings can exclusively report that Geraghty, who is in his early 30s, purchased the small two-story house at 7149 Woodrow Wilson Drive, which was built in 1959 and has one bath, a large balcony and a living room with a fireplace and an arched ceiling, according to public records and listing information. The house, which had been listed for $725,000, also has clear views from the Hollywood sign all the way to Universal Studios. Check out a cached version of the house’s listing sheet here with photos. Also, another cached version of the house’s listing sheet, with photos, is here. Yet another listing sheet—with a slew of photos—is here.
Designed by architect Harry Gesner (who is still alive and currently resides in Malibu, Calif.), Geraghty’s new house is known as a Hollywood Hills “boathouse,” so named because of its design. The house is one of a set of houses that also are known as the “Pods on Woodrow Wilson.” Like the other Pods, the six-sided house has structural supports—a key for its minuscule, 30-foot-wide, 0.06-acre lot, which until the Pods were built, were previously considered to be unbuildable.