Celebrity Homes: Thomas Middleditch Buys Historic Hollywood Home for $1.5M
Thomas Middleditch is leaving his Hollywood home for another historic bungalow as he bought a new property for $1.5 million. According to Zillow, Middleditch and his wife, costume designer Mollie Gates, is settling in the home that was once owned by well-known set designer and Emmy winner Charles Lisanby.
The 1920s bungalow was purchased by the couple less than a month ago, and it is an expensive upgrade from their previous home which they bought for $849,000. Their previous home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and it features a kitchen with skylights. The family room has exposed beam ceilings. It has a total space of 1,662 square feet and has a bright and open spacious floor plan.
Their new home is located in the same Hollywood Hills neighborhood, and it was originally built in 1927. The new place features original detailed molding, stone fireplaces and large Palladian windows which provide a lot of natural light in the place.
The interiors also show off an eclectic style with its exposed rafters. The living room has a French country feel, and it has blue-and-white chandeliers that are hanging from a cream-colored exposed wood ceiling.
The dining room, on the other hand, has an Oriental feel as it is designed with red-and-gold wallpaper. The kitchen has a mix of designs, while the master bedroom has a cozy and romantic theme. The master bedroom also has a large walk-in closet. There is also a large studio space above the garage which can be converted into an entertainment area or another bedroom.
Middleditch is best known for his role as the entrepreneurial nerd Richard Hendricks on HBO's Emmy-nominated show "Silicon Valley." He also made a couple of movie appearances, and just last year he starred in the films "The Final Girls" and "The Bronze."