Actress Jessica DiCicco, known for her voice roles on the animated shows “Adventure Time” and “The Loud House,” and designer Michael Hubbard have listed a retreat in Joshua Tree for sale at $265,000.
The 800-square-foot home, built in 1957, was in need of TLC when the business partners bought the place a year ago for $79,800. Since then, it’s been transformed into a hip desert cabin.
Set on 5 acres surrounded by native plants, the single-story features polished concrete floors, herringbone-patterned accent siding and a rock accent wall. A small kitchen with an island/bar, a living room and a breakfast nook comprise the common area. There are two bedrooms and one bathroom.
A shady patio area and fire pit make up the fence grounds. The detached garage has been divided to create a small studio.
DiCicco is the daughter of actor Bobby DiCicco, known for his film roles in Steven Spielberg’s “1941” (1979) and John Carpenter’s “The Philadelphia Experiment” (1984). As a voice actress, she has scores of credits including “Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz,” “Muppet Babies” and “Hanazuki.” She is the voice of Flame Princess on “Adventure Time.”
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