Magazine article Variety

Scribe Gene Stupnitsky Listing Hancock Park Estate

Magazine article Variety

Scribe Gene Stupnitsky Listing Hancock Park Estate

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A newly renovated estate on a busy street in the heart of LA.'s historic and historically hoity-toity Hancock Park hood, owned, per property records, by five-time Emmy nominated screenwriter-producer Gene Stupnitsky, has become available outside the Multiple Listing Service with an asking price a tetch less than $5.6 million.

Property records show Stupnitsky, a former writer on "The Office" who co-created, wrote and produced the HBO series "Hello Ladies" as well as the Cameron Diaz-starring comedy "Bad Teacher," purchased the 0.44-acre spread in late 2012 for a pinch under $3.1 million, and the L.A. County tax man pegs the late-1940s, Paul Williams-style main residence at a bit more than 3,700 square feet, with four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. The gated and hedge-girdled property marries old school Hollywood glamour with state-of-the-art amenities that include laminated glass windows, surround sound and a home automation system that controls lighting, climate and a camera-equipped security system. …

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