‘Elementary’ Actor Jonny Lee Miller Sells Hollywood Hills Home
After filling the big shoes of Sherlock Holmes in a killer first season, “Elementary” star Jonny Lee Miller and wife Michelle Hicks are trading in their Hollywood Hills home.
The Los Angeles Times and property records confirm the couple have sold their 1930s Spanish-style home for $1.66 million. Miller and Hicks bought the home in 2009 for $1.56 million from “The Young and the Restless” actress Michelle Stafford.
The 2,832-square-foot bungalow is surrounded by lush foliage in a celeb-studded neighborhood. Rich woods make a bold statement throughout the home from oak trees out front to hardwood floors and overhead beams.
Cathedral ceilings create a spacious living room with a wood-burning fireplace, while a large sunroom runs the length of the home. The backyard hosts a terrace, rolling lawn and serene garden.
With 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, there was plenty of space for the lovebirds and their four-year-old son, Buster Timothy. It’s possible that the family of three could be expanding, but with home values on the rise, it’s also a great time to sell.
Miller has received numerous award nominations for a variety of roles, including his current gig on the CBS crime drama series “Elementary.” He is best known for his characters in ’90s movies “Trainspotting” and “Hackers,” as well as his brief marriage to “Hackers” co-star Angelina Jolie.
Miller’s wife of five years, Hicks, is an actress who starred in “The Shield.” Even without the big move, the couple is keeping busy − Miller’s new season of “Elementary” premieres in September and Hicks has a slew of up-coming movies on her plate.