Though Misha Green’s Emmy-nominated HBO series “Lovecraft Country” was abruptly canceled after just one season on HBO — due to an allegedly “toxic and hostile work environment” under the showrunner — her career is still on the upswing. Not only did the 37-year-old film and TV writer and executive producer ink a lucrative multiyear overall deal with Apple in 2021, but she’s also busy creating a “Black Canary” film for HBO and is set to make her directorial debut for MGM’s next installment of “Tomb Raider.”
Now Green has shown she can make her mark on the Los Angeles real estate market as well, having doled out just over $2.6 million this past summer for a sleekly updated ranch house in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Studio City.
Tucked away on a little more than a quarter-acre of land, on a street-to-street parcel of land fronted by an attached two-car garage sporting an opaque glass door, Green’s new digs were originally built back in 1953 and have since undergone an extensive remodel. In its current iteration, the stucco structure features four bedrooms and an equal number of baths in over 2,500 square feet of open-plan living space adorned with soaring wood-beam ceilings and European oak floors.
Among the highlights are a spacious great room spotlighted by a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace and accordion-style glass doors that open seamlessly to the backyard. There’s also an adjacent dining space, plus a gourmet kitchen outfitted with custom cabinetry, a massive island boasting a refrigerated wine cooler, and high-end Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances.
Elsewhere in the home is a master retreat that has sliding glass doors leading outside, as well as a marble-clad bath equipped with an oval soaking tub sidled up next to a two-way fireplace and a large window overlooking the woodsy surroundings. Geared specifically toward relaxing and entertaining, the inviting backyard holds a freeform pool and spa, and tree-shaded deck hosting a barbecue station nestled alongside an al fresco dining area.