‘Seinfeld’ Producer Larry David Lists Pacific Palisades Property
“Seinfeld” star Jerry Seinfeld sold his Los Angeles digs in 2010, and now the sitcom’s executive producer and co-creator is following suit. Larry David’s 10,000-square-foot estate is on the market for $14.999 million.
With a gated entrance and long cobblestone pathway, the Pacific Palisades home is reminiscent of the English countryside. But with 7 bedrooms, 10 baths, a pool, gym and ocean views, this is not your average cottage in the woods.
Located at 212 Vance St, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272, the home is described in the listing as “a dream retreat from urban chaos.” Situated on a large green bluff made of up three adjoining lots, the secluded property is just under an acre.
Several fireside sitting rooms, overhead beams and area rugs give the estate a cozy Connecticut feel. Meanwhile, a master deck overlooking the ocean and downtown L.A. are a reminder of the home’s Hollywood roots.
Formerly a standup comedian, David kicked off his TV career in the early ’80s as a staff writer on “Saturday Night Live,” though he reportedly only managed to get a single skit on air. His real break wasn’t until the ’90s when he co-created, wrote and produced the Emmy-winning comedy series “Seinfeld.”
Since, David has been involved with other films and television series, including HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” You also may have seen him playing Sister Mary-Mengele in the 2012 reboot of “The Three Stooges.” Lately he’s been busy assembling an all-star cast for “Clear History,” an upcoming HBO comedy film.
David’s home in the prestigious Huntington Palisades can be yours for an estimated $53,955 a month, assuming 20 percent down on a 30-year fixed mortgage.