Schitt’s Creek Star Dan Levy Moves Into $4.1M Los Feliz Estate
Canadian actor Dan Levy paid a whopping $400,000 above asking price for his new California sanctuary. The purchase itself comes on the heels of the Toronto native’s final season of Schitt’s Creek, after he secured a three-year deal with ABC Studios to develop and produce scripted projects — so, it’s only fitting he treat himself with a piece of luxe real estate. The comedian’s newly-acquired 1930s Spanish villa — located in celeb-centric Los Feliz, Los Angeles — boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a generous pool over 3,177 square feet. One thing is for sure, we’re definitely not in Schitt’s Creek anymore…
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Dan’s foyer is as dreamy as they come, showcasing the curved staircase made from the home’s original stone and an equally stunning, velvet tufted ottoman.
An awe-inspiring wall of built-in floating wood shelves perfectly frame the room’s archway, while displaying a curated selection of books and trinkets.
A plush, sea-foam green sofa makes binge watching the latest season of Schitt’s Creek all the more inviting.
A grand circular table and vintage-style chairs beckon Dan’s famous friends to pull up a chair in this charming dining room.
Patterned, geometric floors contrast nicely with the kitchen’s marble countertops and handsome navy cabinets, creating a modern French bistro feel.
Dan’s fashion forward character on Schitt’s Creek, David Rose, would definitely approve of the stairwell’s eclectic array of art, animal heads and bulbous chandelier.
Shades of dusty rose commingle in this sweet children’s bedroom, outfitted with a textured pendant and playful panda lamp.
French doors open to a Juliet balcony, while a quilt-like cowhide rug creates a soft spot for cold feet in the morning.
A half moon window offers an interesting architectural element and doubles as a piece of artwork framing the lush view outside.
The principal bedroom’s vaulted, exposed-beam ceiling and ample amount of natural light makes this the perfect retreat for Dan to dream up his next script.
In the principal bathroom, a sprawling two-person glass shower wrapped in subway tile creates a timeless yet striking look, especially when coupled with a luxe marble vanity.
Potted flowers and greenery thrive beneath the glow of the California sun.
No Californian retreat would be complete without an aqua-green pool to take a dip in between filming scenes.