After seven years of ownership, Noureen DeWulf and Ryan Miller are ready to say so long to their longtime home in the desirable Sand Section of Manhattan Beach. The “Anger Management” actress and her husband, a retired goaltender for the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, are asking just under $10 million for their modern villa, custom-built for the family and completed in 2019.
The couple enlisted Orange County-based interior designer Lindye Galloway to help transform their new home into a boutique hotel-inspired oasis. The result? Four bedrooms and six baths spread across almost 4,600 square feet of stylish indoor-outdoor living space punctuated throughout with French white oak floors, designer wallpaper, automated blinds and drapes, and much more.
Notable amenities include an elevator and a striking floating staircase, indoor-outdoor saltwater pool and hot tub, outdoor shower, a built-in infrared sauna, steam shower, Savant smart-home system and security cameras. There’s also an attached three-car garage with two Tesla Powerwalls.
Especially standing out is a living room displaying a floor-to-ceiling two-way fireplace and an adjoining casual dining area, with each space opening to an expansive terrace hosting a barbecue setup. An adjacent gourmet kitchen is outfitted with a spacious eat-in island, and high-end Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. A butler’s pantry featuring a wine cooler with room for up to 146 bottles connects on the other side to a family room.
Elsewhere is a posh master retreat that comes complete with separate office space, dual walk-in closets and an ocean-view balcony, along with a luxe bath boasting heated floors, dual vanities and a large standalone soaking tub; and the aforementioned pool and hot tub combo is nestled alongside a cozy fireside lounge area sporting a flat-screen TV — all flowing out to a grassy patio overlooking a walking path to the beach.
Besides starring as Lacey in Charlie Sheen’s FX sitcom “Anger Management,” DuWulf, 38, has also appeared in the films “West Bank Story,” “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past” and “The Backup Plan.” As for Miller, 42, he played 18 seasons as a goaltender in the NHL, mostly for the Buffalo Sabres, and also nabbed two Olympic medals with the U.S. hockey team during his career. He retired from the Anaheim Ducks at the end of the 2020-21 season.
This isn’t the first time the couple has owned property in the Los Angeles area. Back in 2011, they acquired a Hollywood Hills home for just under $2.2 million and sold it for a $500,000 profit nine years later.
The listing is held by June Emerson of Vista Sotheby’s International Realty.