After two months on the open market, “Lucifer” actress Lauren German chopped the asking price of an updated, 1930s ranch-style residence in the leafy, unsung Valley Village area of L.A.’s sprawling San Fernando Valley for a second time, from $1.729 million to $1,699,500. The Orange County native, whose proverbial showbiz break came in 2003 with a small role in “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and who more recently appeared on the TV series “Chicago Fire” and “Hawaii Five-0,” purchased the property in July 2015 for $1.512 million. Shortly thereafter the house popped up as a rental at a rate of $8,900 per month and it first came up for sale in late October 2017 with a $1.749 million price tag.
Towering specimen trees shade the tidy front yard and pleasantly unassuming single-story residence that sits on almost one-quarter of an acre with three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,445-square feet. Online live casino holdem amsterdam casino no deposit bonus codes throughout the house, the living room features a reclaimed brick-accented fireplace while the dining room, with glass sliders to the backyard, sits between a family room with fireplace and a renovated kitchen with slab marble counter tops on snow-white Slotzilla las vegas coupon slot machine images stainless steel appliances. William hill online casino live pro slot machine players over the windows and the master bedroom, which opens to the backyard through French doors, benefits from a roomy en suite bathroom finished with marble floor tiles, a marble-topped two-sink vanity, a two-person soaking tub and a separate glass-enclosed shower.
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