The funny woman purchased the place for $1.29 million in 2006, according to property records.
After nearly two decades, she’s prepared to move on.
It’s located in the Empire West high-rise, and its updated, modern floor plan includes flexible living areas, two bedrooms, and two full bathrooms, and 1,607 square feet of space.
Dark wood flooring flows throughout the airy living areas, which are also highlighted by recessed lighting and high ceilings. The living room features a wall of windows that open out to a deck and offer city views. The outdoor space is decorated with festive strings of lights and includes a lounge area.
Another interior living area in a shade of aqua blue is an ideal spot for a media room or den, and includes a built-in window seat and media center.
The updated chef’s kitchen offers an appetizing array of top-of-the line appliances, custom cabinetry in light gray, a breakfast bar, and tile backsplash. The kitchen floor features a cheery, 1970s floral design.
A dining space adjoining the kitchen includes an attractive overhead light fixture.
Other notable details include decorative gray brick in the living room and large gallery walls to provide room for oversized artworks.
In addition, the spacious primary bedroom features custom wood paneling, a full-size dressing room with custom closets, and an updated, marble bathroom. It opens to a deck.
The custom-paneled screening room could work just as well as a home office or a second bedroom suite.
“The versatile floor plan and custom finishes are unlike anything else in this price range, making this unit extremely unique,” says Weiss. “The new amenities and pool area of this full-service building are being unveiled this summer, creating it a true resortlike lifestyle in the heart of West Hollywood.”
Built in 1964, the prestigious high-rise makes for “the perfect pied a terre in the heart of West Hollywood,” the listing notes.
Along with the upcoming rooftop pool, residents enjoy perks including valet parking, 24-hour concierge service, and a gym.
The convenient location is also a draw, close to Trader Joe’s, dining, and shopping.
The edgy comedian often tackles taboo topics in her stand-up. In addition to her comedy specials on Netflix and HBO, she’s known for “The Sarah Silverman Program” and has hosted a late-night show on Hulu, “I Love You, America, With Sarah Silverman.” Her talents have been recognized with two Primetime Emmy awards.
Silverman has also starred or provided voice work in such movies as “School of Rock,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” and “Ralph Breaks the Internet.” She currently hosts “The Sarah Silverman Podcast.”
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