It’s been almost three years since Annie (played by Mae Whitman) helped ex-husband Gregg’s new wife Nancy (Sally Pressman) give birth at home in an inflatable pool on the NBC drama “Good Girls.” And though the popular show has since been canceled after a four-season run, the two actresses recently found themselves reuniting again, this time to consummate an off-market real estate deal.
Records reveal Pressman — “Army Wives,” “13 Reasons Why,” “Younger” — and her longtime actor/producer husband David Clayton Rogers paid $3.1 million for Whitman’s historic Spanish-style property tucked away in Studio City, a $600,000 premium above the $2.5 million she paid for the place three years ago. Subsequently, Whitman doled out $2.9 million for a gorgeous midcentury modern in the Linda Vista neighborhood of Pasadena.
Originally built way back in 1936, Pressman’s newly acquired property features three bedrooms and an equal number of bathrooms in just over 3,200 square feet of single-level living space, and has since been expanded and reimagined per the listing. Nestled atop a private knoll comprising three lots, and secluded from the street behind a wooden gate, the terracotta-roof house is fronted by a grassy lawn and brick walkway leading to an inviting porch hosting a hanging swing.
Highlights include a great room resting beneath a soaring cathedral ceiling and displaying a fireplace adorned with a repurposed wood-beam mantle. From there, a spacious formal dining room opens to an updated gourmet kitchen outfitted with polished concrete countertops, an eat-in island, high-end stainless appliances and a breakfast nook. An adjacent family room boasts a built-in office area, and has doors spilling out to a fireside patio ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining.
All of the bedrooms are cloistered away in their own wing, including a master suite sporting built-in shelving across one wall and a large walk-in closet, plus a luxe bath equipped with a spa tub and rain shower. Two additional bedrooms both offer ample closet space, and one has a separate entrance and full bath with vintage soaking tub; outdoors, the nearly three-quarter-acre grounds are dotted with gardens and mature trees, and hold a backyard lagoon-style pool and spa flanked by a massive stone fireplace.
Rob Kallick of Compass served as the listing agent for the Studio City house; Stefani Stolper of The Beverly Hills Estates repped Pressman.