The 1,230-square-foot third-floor penthouse in a 2007-built building has granite counter tops in the kitchen, cherry-finished cabinets and stainless steel appliances. There is a balcony off of the dining area and the common areas include a roof top deck with patio furniture.
The no-frills condo pales in comparison to the 5,600-square-foot home they purchased in Pacific Palisades. We have photo galleries of both the Studio City condo and the Pacific Palisades homes.
The Bridgeport, Conn.-raised Nealon, who was on SNL from 1986 until 1995, is in the Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston flick, Just Go With It, playing a plastic surgery junkie named Adon. On his blog Nealon writes, "You may not recognize me in it since I have so much make up and prosthetics."
His wife, Yeagley, is a Nashville, Tenn.-born actress who has appeared in several movies including 'Almost Famous' and 'Coyote Ugly' in 2000.
See our gallery for 13 photos of the 202 Whitsett Ave. condo, for which the listing agent was Lynne Weiss of Coldwell Banker, and the buyer's agent was Joel Cooper of Rodeo Realty.
In May 2009 the acting duo also listed a three-bedroom, two-bath yellow cottage in Manhattan Beach for $3.25 million, according to Berg Properties. The 1936-built home sold for $2.725 million just under a year later. There was also a one-bedroom, one-bath guest home on the 0.06 acres, thereby cramming a total of "2,141 square feet of living space onto one of the smallest parcels we've ever run across." See the photos.
The 1,546-square-footer main house is across the street from where the 57-year-old Nealon's recurring roles in the TV show Weeds were filmed, according to a source close to Nealon. (The Real Estalker's report saying the home was next door, at least pinpointed it to the vicinity.)
Nealon purchased that home with his first wife, Linda Dupree, for $1.1 in March 1999. The couple divorced in 2002 and in 2005 he married Yeagley, who gave birth to their son Gable Ness in January 2007.
The couple then upgraded to a 7-bedroom, 5 1/2-bath home at 16105 Northfield St. in Pacific Palisades, according to Blockshopper. They paid $3.45 million on June 18 for the 5,600-square-foot house, which was built in 2009 and last listed for $3.599 million. See 37 photos of Nealon's new home in our photo gallery.
According to details in the MLS listing from agent Elizabeth Stein of Keller Williams-Santa Monica, the home has high ceilings, solid white oak floors with a walnut stain; double and triple crown mouldings, wainscoting, coffer and tray ceilings. There is a coffered skylight ceiling at the staircase. There is also a state-of-the art sound tech with built-in audio system, surround sound and iPod docking station. Ann Eysenring of Partners Trust Brentwood was the buyer's agent.
Nealon also purchased a 1,286-square-foot condominium unit in Captiva, Fla., in the early 1990's for $461,500 (earlier reports saying he purchased it in 2006, were in error.) Also, he deeded his share of a 2,810-square-foot house in Woodland Hills, Calif., to his ex-wife in late 2006, according to public records.
Kevin Nealon's $3.45 million Pacific Palisades home. See 36 more photos.
Informal dining area of Kevin Nealon's home. See 36 more photos.
Sheree R. Curry, who has owned three homes, but never a condo, is a three-time award-winning journalist who has covered real estate for six years. During her 20-year career, her articles have appeared regularly in the Wall Street Journal, TV Week, and Fortune. She's been writing for AOL Real Estate since 2009 from a Minneapolis-area rental. She seeks a book publisher -- or at least a lender who'll give a reasonable mortgage rate to a self-employed mom.
Kevin Nealon doing stand-up
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