This Stooge’s home is nothing to snicker at.
“Dead to Me” writer Liz Feldman and her spouse, singer-songwriter Rachael Cantu dropped $4.75 million on a 1925 Spanish Mediterranean architectural gem that after belonged to comedy royalty: Larry of Larry, Curly and Moe in “The Three Stooges,” The Post can solely reveal.
Larry Fine, identified for his wild but balding head of hair, lived on this stucco Los Feliz dwelling on the peak of his profession from about 1941 to 1959 along with his spouse Mabel and their two youngsters, Johnny and Phyllis. Before shopping for their stucco LA dwelling, the Fines lived in lodges due to his spouse’s dislike of housekeeping, according to IMDb.
Columbia Pictures ended “The Three Stooges” movies in 1957, practically forcing Fine out of business, according to IMDb — which can have contributed to Fine’s resolution to promote the house with a terracotta-tiled roof and arched home windows and doorways.
The trio went on the highway and shortly discovered renewed curiosity of their slapstick comedy. Fine revamped 200 movies throughout his profession and was additionally a gifted violinist. His spouse Mabel died in 1967, and Fine died in 1975.
Now, the 4,000-square-foot house is housing one other comedian — Feldman — who additionally wrote “2 Broke Girls” and “The Great Indoors.” Feldman’s spouse, Cantu, is understood for her music, which has been featured in “Pretty Little Liars,” “Degrassi” and different tv exhibits, according to her website.
Since Fine’s possession, the inside underwent important updates in 2014 however maintained its historic architectural options.
Inside the deep inset door with intricate carved wooden, a lobby leads to a kitchen or a seating space. To the best, a kitchen has uncovered ceiling beams, darkish wooden flooring, an island with a sink and seating, a brilliant breakfast nook and a butler’s pantry, according to Realtor.com.
To the left of the lobby, a lounge boasts a fire and views of the entrance fountain by way of an enormous arched window. The eating room has a built-in bar and French doorways main exterior to a cushty terrace.
Below the bottom ground, a semi-basement has a household room with purple terracotta ground tiles.
Upstairs, three bedrooms be part of the first bed room suite, which has sloped, vaulted ceilings, a spa-like lavatory, a walk-in closet and twin Juliette balconies.
A vine-covered pergola graces the quarter-acre lot, together with an outsized out of doors Spanish hearth, mature fruit timber, tropical foliage, a pool (added in 2014) and a pool home.
The pool home has a podcast studio and the two-car storage has a 375-square-foot workplace, ground plans present.
Fine bought the home from architect William Summerbell, who constructed the home for himself, his spouse Anna, his two daughters Grace and Florence and a variety of live-in maids, together with Christina David (1937), Pearl Manchester (1938) and Rachel Scott (1940), who made $600 a 12 months, which is an $11,500 salary in today’s dollars, in accordance to the Los Feliz improvement association historical residential survey.
The Post has reached out to itemizing dealer Joe Reichling (Compass) and vendor’s dealer Mark Mintz (Compass) for remark.