Though it hasn’t officially hit the market quite yet, a chicly revamped Los Angeles home owned by Jon Favreau has quietly popped up for sale as a “coming soon” listing, asking $4.4 million — nearly a million dollars over what the “Pod Save America” co-host and Crooked Media co-founder paid for the place just shy of three years ago, back in spring 2020.
Originally built in the 1920s — but since “meticulously updated with the utmost attention to modern living,” per the listing held by Victor Brown of The Agency — the Tudor-esque structure features four bedrooms and five baths in nearly 3,400 square feet of two-level living space boasting open and coastal-inspired interiors complemented by warm hardwood floors. Amenities include a detached guesthouse with its own kitchenette, as well as a multi-camera security system and whole-house audio with integrated speakers.
Particularly of note on the main level is a formal living room, which rests beneath a soaring wood-beam ceiling painted white, and displays a fireplace and bay window. An adjacent dining area with a built-in banquette and hutch connects to a cobalt blue kitchen decked out with stone countertops, an eat-in island and high-end stainless appliances, while an adjoining family room hosts a fireplace flanked by built-in shelving and floor-to-ceiling folding glass doors spilling outside. Elsewhere is a green-walled office sporting custom bookcases, along with a wine cellar.
An upstairs master retreat comes complete with a Juliet balcony, plus a spa-like bath equipped with dual vanities, and a large glass-encased wet room containing a shower and soaking tub. Two additional bedrooms also can be found on the second floor, including one with a bonus space that could be used as a playroom or an office; and outdoors, the compact 0.15-acre grounds are highlighted by a flat and turf-clad backyard featuring a lengthy pool and spa, and the aforementioned guesthouse.
There’s also driveway parking for two cars on the property, which is just steps away from the quaint Larchmont Village neighborhood.