Scott Budnick, the movie producer-turned-prison reform advocate, is purchasing round his Sherman Oaks farmhouse for $3.55 million.
Budnick produced “The Hangover” and its sequel earlier than founding the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that pushes for legal justice reform. Data present he shelled out $2.55 million for the house in 2019.
Constructed 4 years earlier, the home occupies an unorthodox lot that options two entrances from two streets. A motor courtroom approaches the house from the entrance, and out again, three one-car garages entry the yard from a special avenue.
The outside. (Joel Reis)
The lounge. (Joel Reis)
The kitchen. (Joel Reis)
The household room. (Joel Reis)
The bed room. (Joel Reis)
The yard. (Joel Reis)
In basic farmhouse model, the home pairs white partitions with wide-plank hardwood flooring. There’s a two-story front room, formal eating room, household room with a hearth and spacious kitchen with a breakfast nook.
5 bed room suites are unfold throughout two tales: three upstairs and two downstairs. The second-story main suite provides a sitting room and balcony overlooking the yard, the place an outside front room adjoins a swimming pool and spa.
Carrie Berkman Lewis of Douglas Elliman holds the itemizing.
Along with two “Hangover” films, Budnick’s different producer credit embody “Conflict Canines” and “Simply Mercy.” In 2012, he was named California governor’s volunteer of the yr for his advocacy work in jail reform.