Black-ish Creator Kenya Barris Purchases $4.6 Million Studio City Home


In the wake of the premiere of #BlackAF, his first project for Netflix, creator of Black-ish Kenya barris has a new house in the Studio City from Los Angeles. The purchase is just the latest addition to what quickly became a mini real estate empire on behalf of Barris across LA, and it paid $ 4.6 million to add to its holdings in the city, reports.

The beautiful Cape Cod-style house was previously owned by songwriter Emanueal “Eman” Kiriakou, whose name may not be familiar, but who has worked in the past with artists like Selena Gomez and Céline Dion. He sold it to Barris for $ 4.6 million, a profit of about $ 400,000 compared to what he paid for the property about three years ago.

As for the house itself, it sits on a small area of ​​0.38 acres, but spans nearly 6,300 square feet of indoor living space, with room for a pool and even a small pool house at the back. There is also a basement which, according to the house’s official list, “could be an incredible STUDIO!”

The list goes on:

“Superb new construction Cape Cod Home located in the main enclave of Studio City. Large foyer in the living room below with fireplace; formal dining room with glass wine room; French doors on a large lawn. Landing with integrated workstation and balcony overlooking the street. The romantic master retreat overlooks the pool and courtyard. Adjoining bathroom with double marble vanity, separate bathtub, rain shower and shower room. Walk-in closet. Hardwood floors throughout gourmet kitchen with marble countertops, subway tiles, 6-burner stove with plancha and pot-filling valve, farmhouse sink. Island with breakfast bar. Large sunny room with wall-to-wall recesses, paneling, crown molding . “

You can take a look at Kenya Barris’ new Studio City excavations in the video below from the YouTube Listings channel. Enjoy:

Barris is said to own at least four homes in Los Angeles, including two in Studio City and a $ 7.6 million mansion in Encino.

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