Danny McBride, known for creating and starring in HBO series such as Eastbound and Down, Vice Principals, and The Righteous Gemstones, has listed his Hollywood duplex penthouse for just under $1.8 million.
The one-bedroom, two-bathroom condo has seen fluctuations in its market status over the years.
According to the Robb Report, online records show it was up for lease in 2013 for $8500 per month and was briefly on sale in 2020 for $1.85 million.
Situated in the landmark Broadway Hollywood building, the property occupies a lofty 10th floor position above Hollywood and Vine.
The condo spans almost 204sq m and features double-height ceilings with large windows that offer sweeping views of landmarks such as the Capital Records building and The Hollywood Sign.
The interior boasts dark brown hardwood floors and white walls that provide an ideal backdrop for art. The design also includes elements of industrial loft style, evident in the exposed ductwork.
The modern kitchen comes equipped with stainless-steel cabinetry and top-of-the-range appliances.
Next to the kitchen is a snug media lounge. A well-sized area near the staircase serves as a potential home office.
Upstairs, the bedroom provides commanding views of the city and comes with a large walk-in closet and an Art Deco-inspired marble bathroom.
An additional marble bathroom is located on the main floor.
Included in the sale are two parking spaces with 24-hour valet service, a valuable feature in a city where even short drives are common.
The building itself offers secure access through a staffed, glamour-infused lobby.
Amenities include a recently updated rooftop with a swimming pool, spa, and fitness centre.
The Broadway Hollywood building has a history of attracting entertainment industry professionals. Previous occupants include Jason Statham, Charlize Theron, and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne.
Built in the late 1920s and converted to condos in 2005, the building currently benefits from the Mills Act, which offers tax reductions for preserving its historic character.
Since 2017, McBride and his family have mainly resided in South Carolina, after selling their Hollywood Hills property for $3.5 million and acquiring a $4 million waterfront home near Charleston.