Looks like New Yorker Abbi Jacobson is putting down roots out west. The Broad City co-creator and star scooped up a mid-century pad in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, according to Variety.
The 2,032 square foot three bedroom, 2 bathroom house is set up from the street and overlooks downtown LA. The 1950s home features a stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and hardwood floors in the living room, though the palm tree framed view from the walls of windows is hard to compete with.
Past the fireplace is the dining room and kitchen, which has a waterfall countertopped bar and an island, as well as a pantry and separate laundry area. The dining room has a sliding door out to the patio, where there's a built in brick grill. The master bedroom is in the rear of the house and has an en suite bathroom with a freestanding soaking tub and a rain shower. There's also a three car garage and a separate office space.
There was quite the bidding war, according to the listing website. Originally listed for $1.365 million, the property ended up selling for $1.59 million, $225,000 over asking.
In addition to starring on her hit Comedy Central show Broad City, Abbi is also an author and an illustrator. Her book, Carry This Book, imagines what's inside the bags of famous people, including Beyoncé, Oprah, and her character, Abbi Abrams (hint: there are some familiar coupons).