‘That ’70s Show’ Co-Creator Mark Brazill Lists Spanish Equestrian Estate
A suede couch with green floral pillows, a turntable in the corner — there’s no denying the grooviness of Eric’s basement in “That ’70s Show.” But the show’s co-creator, Mark Brazill, is drawn more to the California Spanish architecture of the ’20s and ’30s.
He’s owned several homes in and near Los Angeles over the years, buying a Spanish colonial from Gwen Stefani in 2007 and selling it a year later. That home recently hit the market by the current owners, and Brazill has also just listed another Spanish-style residence that he purchased for $860,000 in June 2011.
Now asking $1.249 million, the home at 1429 W Valleyheart Dr, Burbank, CA 91560 is 120 percent more expensive than the median home in the area. Perched on a knoll in the Rancho Equestrian District, the third-of-an-acre property includes a 3-bed, 2-bath main house, detached art studio/study and a barn with 3 horse stalls.
The estate fits Brazill’s architectural taste. According to the listing, he spent $300,000 restoring original details including exposed beams, cathedral ceilings, a grand fireplace and arched passageways. But after two years, the television creator and producer is ready to sell the place. He’ll likely move into one of his Toluca Lake properties before snagging another Spanish-style home.
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