Magazine article Variety

'Breaking Bad' Boss Bidding Bye-Bye to Byrd-Built Abode

Magazine article Variety

'Breaking Bad' Boss Bidding Bye-Bye to Byrd-Built Abode

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THE REAL ESTALKER

1 We have to imagine that "Breaking Bad" producer-director Michelle Mac Laren badly wants to make a break from the home in the Nichols Canyon area of the Hollywood Hills that she first put up for sale on the open market in late 2014 at $3.5 million. It's now available off market with a substantially lower ask of $3.1 million. MacLaren picked up the property in1997 for $730,000 from "F Troop" actor Larry Storch, and since at least late 2011 has numerous times made it available as a rental with monthly rates ranging from $8,500 to $15,000.

The 2,500-square-foot residence, designed by noted California architect Robert Byrd - he created the BevHills house where the Manson murders occurred in 1969 - was built in 1955 on a private promontory of more than half an acre with views of the canyon, city lights and ocean. …

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