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Jason Bateman lists 1950s California pad

Jason Bateman may be forced to stay home in the new movie “This Is Where I Leave You,” but he’s moving out of Beverly Glen. The actor’s home is on the market for $2.25 million.Described in the listing as a “serene and sophisticated mid-century,” the 1953 build has a classic post-and-beam construction with three generously sized bedrooms, hardwood floors and custom finishes throughout.
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Courtesy of Zillow

Jason Bateman may be forced to stay home in the new movie “This Is Where I Leave You,” but he’s moving out of Beverly Glen. The actor’s home is on the market for $2.25 million.

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Described in the listing as a “serene and sophisticated mid-century,” the 1953 build has a classic post-and-beam construction with three generously sized bedrooms, hardwood floors and custom finishes throughout. The grounds feature lush professional landscaping, a patio and koi pond.

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Property records show the “Arrested Development ” star purchased the home for $885,000 with his wife, Amanda Anka, in 2002, a year after they got married. In February 2013, they dropped $3 million on a new family home in Beverly Hills.

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In addition to appearing on the big screen alongside Tina Fey in “This Is Where I Leave You” and Olivia Wilde in “The Longest Week,” Bateman is currently working on his next comedy, “IPO Man,” based on a true story. The sequel to his 2011 film “Horrible Bosses” opens later this month.

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The listing is held by Richard Ehrlich of Westside Estate Agency Inc.

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