Actor Jeffrey Tambor, who is best known for playing Garry Shandling’s sidekick on “The Larry Sanders Show” but who more recently attracted critical attention for his work on the show “Arrested Development,” has sold his house in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles for between $2.65 million and its $2.995 million asking price, according to public records and the Los Angeles Times.
The house he sold is just one of three that Tambor, 62, has owned over the years in Pacific Palisades. Tambor bought the Cape Cod-style house at 936 Kagawa Street in early 2005 for what public records show was $2,749,000. The Los Angeles Times today (http://www.latimes.com/classified/realestate/news/la-re-hotprop11mar11,0,4602822.story?coll=la-home-realestate) reports that the house measures 4,200 square feet, while public records show that the house has 3,388 square feet. In either case, the five-bedroom, shingle-clad house on Kagawa Street has four and a half baths, a widow’s walk, high ceilings, a family room with a fireplace, a kitchen with two dishwashers, a master suite with a fireplace, an upstairs bonus room, and a swimming pool, according to listing information. Check out the house’s listing sheet—complete with pictures—here (http://www.sothebysrealty.com/PropertyDetails.aspx?R=100341608&in_merch=New%20Property%20Listing).
Among Tambor’s other properties over the years in Pacific Palisades have been a 5,153-square-foot house at 1419 Chastain Parkway, which he purchased in 2001 for $1,520,000 and sold in April 2004 for $1,950,000, and a 4,121-square-foot house at 625 Haverford Avenue, which he bought in 2004 for an undisclosed amount and sold in early 2005 for $2,276,000, according to public records. Prior to 2001, Tambor had lived in a 2,301-square-foot house at 5526 Calhoun Avenue in Sherman Oaks, which he sold that year for $695,000, according to public records.
There’s no word on Tambor’s new digs. When we find out, we’ll be sure to share all the information with you.