Aaron Seltzer in Studio City, Estate of the Day
Just because a man writes a goofy movie or two (or ten) doesn't mean he doesn't have an eye for good design. Writer-director-producer Aaron Seltzer has been a part of the Scary Movie franchise, directing "Disaster Movie" among others but his home is no disaster. As the LA Times Hot Property column reports, he has listed his five-bedroom home in Studio City, California. The home is a classic Cape Cod style five bedroom built in 1951. It has a gorgeous saltwater pool and cabana surrounded by ample patios. The home's French doors open to the outdoor space. Inside there are teak hardwood floors, three fireplaces, a family/bonus room and a media/den room with 100" movie screen complete with high def digital projector.
As the LA Times mentions, this home also has some classic writing roots, It was was previously owned by the late Arthur Ross, whose writing credits include "The Great Race" and his son Gary Ross, who wrote and directed "Seabiscuit" and "Pleasantville" grew up in the home. This home is listed at $2.949 million.
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Gallery: Aaron Seltzer in Studio City