David Spade Buys Spanish-Style Bungalow in West Hollywood for $2.325 Million

Joyce Chen

David Spade’s newest addition to his real estate portfolio is a Spanish-style bungalow situated in the Beverly Grove area of West Hollywood, which he recently picked up for $2.325 million. According to Variety, the renovated 1920s home features three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and spans 2,197 square feet.

There is a formal living room with an oversized fireplace, and an adjoining formal dining room with patterned wallpaper, in the dwelling. Variety reports that marketing materials show an open-plan kitchen situated just beyond the dining room, and that the main living space features an entire wall of glass sliders that open out onto the backyard. The master suite boasts its own fireplace, with a custom fitted walk-in closet and luxurious skylight-topped bathroom to boot. A swimming pool and spa dominate much of the backyard space, which can also be accessed through a set of French doors leading off the master suite.

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In addition to his new West Hollywood abode, Spade has a Beverly Hills home that he’s owned since 2001. It was unfortunately burglarized in 2017 while the former Rules of Engagement star was away. Previous residents of the storied Edward H. Pickett–designed home include Prince, Eddie Murphy, and Warren Beatty. The stand-up comedian also formerly owned an oceanfront home in Malibu, which he bought for $9.3 million in 2005. He sold it for $10.225 million—a considerable profit—eight years later to Netflix exec Ted Sarandos.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest