Steven Levenson, a playwright and television writer who won the 2017 Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical for “Dear Evan Hansen,” is selling his abode in Los Angeles for $1.349 million.
Located in the neighborhood of Garvanza, the home include four bedrooms, one full bathroom and one half bathroom, an open-floor-plan living and dining area, an office and a sleeping porch, according to the listing with Pacific Union International, posted Thursday.
Additionally, a full basement can be used for a studio or workspace.
Built in 1910, the Craftsman-style house was remodeled in 2013. Mr. Levenson, bought it in 2014 for $1.04 million, public records show.
Although the home was updated and restored, it maintains many of its period details, including stained glass windows, tiled fireplace, original glass-paneled and solid wood pocket doors, Douglas fir and oak flooring, and many original built-ins, according to the listing.
The 0.31-acre property has a backyard with a tiered orchard of orange, apple, tangerine, lemon and guava trees.
Listing agent Deirdre Salomone, as well as a rep for Mr. Levenson, didn’t immediately return requests for comment.
In addition to his Broadway and off-Broadway plays, Mr. Levenson was also a writer for the Showtime series “Masters of Sex,” which ran from 2013 to 2016.
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