David Krumholtz pops up on the big screen every once in awhile. He has played small roles in several movies like “Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle,” “Ray,” “Superbad,” and “I Love You Man.” The true success of his career, however, is found on the television side of things, most notably for his lead role as Charlie Eppes on the CBS crime-drama, “Numb3rs.” The award-winning show was canceled in 2010 after six seasons, but the end of “Numb3rs” didn’t seem to get Krumholtz down. He married his fiance of two years, fellow actress Vanessa Britting, at The Plaza Hotel in New York City at the end of May 2010. Now the newlyweds are ready for a new house. Only a year after purchasing his 1985 Spanish-style estate, Krumholtz decided to put it on the market for $2,175,000. Zillow’s Price History chart shows Krumholtz purchased the home in January 2010 for $2,025,000.
Krumholtz’s Hollywood Hills home is formally named “El Castillo” (English translation, “The Castle”). The 4,000-sq ft main house sits on a gated, .12-acre lot. Features include 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a gourmet eat-in kitchen, commercial-grade elevator, indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces, and an outside spa. While the dramatic details and hand-carved high ceilings take you back to medieval times, the intricate tile and stucco structure add in a twist of Spanish romance, making this a very unique piece of Hollywood Hills real estate that is only minutes away from the Sunset Strip.
Be sure to check out the dining room that features Gothic-arched windows and a dining set to match!
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