If you can’t be in Portland, then Los Angeles’ indie-loving Silver Lake neighborhood is a fine place to stake out a bungalow on a hillside. And that’s just where Fred Armisen, co-creator of the comedy series “Portlandia,” owns this non-ironic home, now on the market for $949,000.
The 1927 home has a charming craftsman flair, with a front porch, white oak floors and period light fixtures.
It’s easy to picture Armisen’s friend and “Portlandia” co-genius Carrie Brownstein munching a bowlful of granola at the kitchen’s marble slab eat-in counter, which is supported by reclaimed barn wood.
The three bedrooms include a music room decked out with a Ramones poster, a turntable and shelves of LPs that just might include some Sleater-Kinney.
The master suite includes a walk-in closet and French doors that open onto a backyard with steps leading to a deck. A large bonus space has the slightly absurdist look of a shabby-chic barn with a fashionable concrete floor.
The listing agent is Laura Stupsker of The Agency.
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