Tambor, 66, and his second wife, Kasia Ostlun, sold their secluded 1.9-acre mountain property, purchased in October 2008 for $1,675,000. We're pretty sure that what felt like a bargain then feels like a narrow escape today.
Topanga is the little hippie and artist community adjacent to Malibu that is best known for being home to the Inn of the Seventh Ray, a restaurant established in 1968 which rates its food on a spirituality scale. The closer you get to ordering a bacon cheeseburger, the less likely your ascension into the purple part of the menu.
Browse through photos of millions of home listings or search foreclosure listings The four-bedroom, five-bath home that Tambor sold has an attached guest apartment with a separate entrance (see pictures below). It has a large, open floor plan with vaulted, wood-beamed ceilings. There are wide-plank hardwood floors, and French doors leading outside. The home has a rustic river rock fireplace in the living room (we suspect built by noted local stone artisan Jack Rice or his personally mentored son-in-law, Randy Just). There is a full wall of built-in floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.
Tambor and Ostlun, who married in 2001 have four children. He has been nominated for six Emmys -- two for his work on "Arrested Development" and four for "The Larry Sanders Show."
The home was listed by Drew and Sarah Sutton of Snyder Sutton Real Estate, Topanga.
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