Josh Schwartz, creator of television shows like CO and Gossip Girl, has purchased new digs in the San Fernando Valley, according to Dirt.com. The home is a spacious 9,011 square foot ranch-style home with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and sits on an even more spacious 2.3-acre lot. The New Schwartz House was built all the way back in 1952, but has been recently renovated to its present, modern glory.
Here’s how some of that glory was described in the property listing:
“Situated on a mound in the desirable Longridge Estates neighborhood, the Alomar Estate is located on one of the largest lots in Sherman Oaks. The 2.3 acre resort with manicured gardens, rolling lawns, spectacular views and attention to privacy offers unparalleled grounds. like the experience… Outside, the vast grounds are home to a swimming pool with cabana, a natural path throughout the area and a white sand beach – perfect for a game of volleyball or for sitting around the fireplace. Overlooking the peaceful San Fernando Valley, this magnificent Le Compound offers the utmost in elegance, style and safety. “
The sale follows reports that Schwartz sold his “long-standing mansion” in Los Feliz to director Ava DuVernay for nearly $ 10 million. For his new spread he paid $ 8.1 million, even though this property is much larger.
You can take a look at Josh Schwartz’s new home in San Fernando Valley in the Aaron Kirkman video below:
As for Schwartz, he’ll have plenty to keep him busy as he enjoys his new home. He is currently developing a series of sequels to his show Gossip Girl, as well as continuing to work on its Nancy drew series on The CW.