Larry David Buys $5.7 Million French Normandy-Fashion Cottage in Montecito

Seinfeld co-creator and Curb Your Enthusiasm star Larry David is formally able to observe Ellen DeGeneres, Gwyneth Paltrow, and the remainder of the celeb flock that’s swarmed the California city of Montecito. In response to Filth, the TV legend bought a 4 bed room, 4 and a half toilet French Normandy cottage within the space for $5.7 million.

The two,858 sq. foot home was designed by George Washington Smith, one of many main architects of early twentieth century California and inbuilt 1929 and nonetheless holds onto a lot of that outdated timey allure. The spare stucco partitions lead the attention to uncovered beams, particularly within the double peak lounge that flaunts a stone fire and additional giant chandeliers. The first suite enjoys tall ceilings, too, together with a spacious ensuite toilet that sports activities two porcelain sinks and a quaint claw foot tub. Although it nonetheless feels considerably vintage, probably the most trendy feeling room is the kitchen, due to its fashionable all inexperienced cabinetry, inexperienced backsplash, and the Viking fridge. It could be no shock if inside decorator Madeline Stuart was employed to fashion the place—in spite of everything, she’s a George Washington Smith tremendous fan and she’s beforehand labored on David’s properties.

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French doorways open to the yard the place loads of greenery is on show, together with citrus timber, clipped hedges, and ivy crawling down the house’s charmingly aged stucco exterior. A brick patio extends from the home and surrounds a hearth pit.

Initially Appeared on Architectural Digest