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Bob Odenkirk Puts His Exquisitely '50s L.A. Home on the Market

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As if you needed another reason to appreciate Bob Odenkirk, who turned sketch comedy weirder with Mr. Show, gave Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim their big break, and as Saul Goodman, helped bring some much-needed levity to Breaking Bad, he and his wife, talent manager Naomi Odenkirk, have great taste in homes. They've put their midcentury modern pad in Los Feliz on the market, and boy, is it a looker.

Bought by the couple in 1998 for $675,454, it's since been "lovingly updated," per the listing, by Linda Brettler, the architect wife of Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, who brought in "unusual textures and finishes" and "large new windows"—presumably the ones wrapped around the living room—that both "enhance and enrich the home's original style."

The very colorful, 2,882-square-foot dwelling also has clerestories, built-ins, cool pocket doors, a handsomely paneled master bedroom, two other bedrooms with lofts, and a spacious and secluded back deck. The asking price is $2,499,000.


· Better Call Saul's Bob Odenkirk Lists Razor-Sharp Los Feliz Mid-Century at $2.5 Million [Curbed LA]
· 2320 Alto Oak Drive [Redfin]