You may not recognize the name, but you’ll definitely recognize the face: actor Neal McDonough has appeared in everything from “Star Trek: First Contact” to “Justified” to “Captain America.” Now the hard-working thespian, who was recently tapped to play controversial L.A. Police Chief William Parker in the upcoming TNT show “Lost Angels”, is taking on the role of home seller, placing his home in the Hancock Park district of Los Angeles on the market for $2.899 million.
The home is much like the actor who owns it, solid, unprepossessing, and refreshingly free – by Los Angeles standards – of the empty flash and distracting busyness that afflicts many modern homes (and acting performances.) Built in a Southern Colonial style in 1922, the home has 5 beds, 3.5 baths, and clocks in at just over 4,000 square feet of living space. Inside, it’s all hardwood floors and high ceilings; outside it’s all about the shaded patio with a wet bar, BBQ grill, spa tub, and a yard for the kids. As a bonus, the home is just a block away from the shopping and dining on trendy Larchmont Boulevard.