The main house is great space--a single story architecturally intriguing home with a large living room overlooking the pool. In the living room, beamed ceilings and a stone fireplace are complemented by the current mid-century modern furniture. The dining room has a concrete floor and huge windows that open the room directly to the outside. The bedrooms all open out to the terraces and patios and the master bedroom has an adjacent private garden. The separate studio has tile floors that run up the walls where they are met with a basket-like wall covering. The overall effect makes for a cozy and interesting retreat. The small pool house also has a porch and a vaulted wood ceiling. This home is listed at $3.25 million, $100,000 less that Lee bought it for. The listing is with Richard Klug and the property website is here.
Gallery: Jason Lee in Los Angeles