If Finneas O’Connell wins any of the five Grammys he’s nominated for, he’ll have a nice place to display them. The singer-actor-producer, who helped write and produce his sister Billie Eilish’s celebrated debut album, recently paid $2.73 million through a trust for a Spanish Colonial-style home in Los Feliz, public records show.
O’Connell must’ve liked what he saw. He shelled out nearly $250,000 over the asking price just a week after it hit the market, records show.
The 95-year-old home has stayed in touch with its roots, showcasing oak floors, stained glass windows, beamed ceilings, arched French doors and a sweeping magnesite staircase across two stories.
Splashes of teal touch up the exterior. Entry to the 2,800-square-foot floor plan is through a bright red front door. On the main level, there’s a living room with a fireplace, a dining room with arched windows and a center-island chef’s kitchen with Saltillo tile floors. An adjacent breakfast nook overlooks the surrounding valleys.
Three bedrooms and five bedrooms complete the interior. Upstairs, the master suite tacks on a lounge, spacious closet and bathroom with custom tile. A deck extends the space outside.
Hanging lights top the entertainer’s backyard, where a dining patio descends to a second patio with a pergola. The grassy grounds also hold a separate pool and spa.
Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand and Associates and Richard Yohon of Sotheby’s International Realty held the listing. Tori Horowitz of Compass represented the buyer.
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