Photo 1 out of 21 picturing Andy Samberg’s Former House
Los Angeles, Ca.
Interior, exterior and aerial photos page: 1
Sometimes a house is just a house and other times the house has a legacy, this is the case with Moorcrest house in Beachwood Canyon, CA. A house that started out as part of the Krotona Colony, a group from the Theosophist Society that tried to turn the community into a small utopian society. However, like a lot of semi-whacky hippie-types, they eventually bailed on the idea and moved the whole project to Ojai, Ca.; this left the house out on the market for a lucky celebrity to snatch up. The Marie Russak Hotchener designed mansion eventually fell into the hands of none other than comedy legend Charlie Chaplin, who rented the spot for a while in the 1920’s.
Samberg and his wife are moving into one of the coolest four-bedroom, six bathroom homes we’ve ever seen around here. The home is not only large, but it features leaded stained glass windows, copper and marble baseboards, elaborate mosaic tiles, an acre of land, a pool, and grotto-esque cave at poolside. With 6,400 sq. ft. of living space, and an ornate designs on everything from the doors to the cabinets, the home is like a giant tree house for the perpetually young Golden Globe winner.
- House Size: 6,400 sq. ft.
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 6
- Photo credit: la.curbed.com