I would have pegged funnyman actor Rob Schneider for a place in the Hollywood Hills but Schneider actually bunks down in the sedate inland community of San Marino, a town full of beautiful, older homes. According to the LA Times Hot Property column
, Schneider has listed a French Normandy-style manor home in San Marino for $3.6 million. The home was built in 1926 by architect Everett P. Babcock as his personal residence and sits on a nearly half-acre site that includes a saltwater swimming pool and a koi pond. The two-story house reflects its stately past and has vintage details including a tower staircase with Batchelder tile risers. There are four bedrooms including a master suite with a fireplace. This home is listed at $3.6 million.