The property boasts five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and one partial bathroom
The property has a historic bungalow and a loft-like steel, concrete, and glass structure. It is listed at $4.975 million and boasts five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and one partial bathroom.
According to its listing, the property was designed with a minimalist organic palette and "natural materials that evoke nearby mountains, woodlands, and sunny, sandy beaches." Also built into the property's design was a focus on light and a connection to the environment.
The listing is held by Graham Larson of Sotheby's International Realty – Pacific Palisades Brokerage and Sam Plouchart of Sotheby's International Realty – Beverly Hills Brokerage. The bungalow was designed by architect Kevin Mulcahy.
Inside the bungalow is an open floor plan connecting the living, dining, and kitchen areas with earthy tile floors. Its kitchen boasts Caesarstone and warm wood surfaces, along with Pedini and Miele appliances.
The living space gives a wide view of the outdoors with its oversized skylight and glass door.
The primary residence's three levels linked by a contemporary stairway. On the ground floor is another area great for entertainment that consists of a kitchen with elegant marble surfaces, including floating shelves, a large dining area, and a room that can be used as a seating area, office, or additional bedroom.
The second and third levels offer views of its neighboring rooflines and hold a guest bedroom with walls of glass and a Terrazzo-tiled shower. The owner suite has a spa-inspired bath, a Leicht vanity, and a wet room with a shower and soaking tub.
Outside the home is a three-car garage with side-sliding doors and landscaping filled with leafy hedges and mature trees.
Scott is best known for playing Steve Stifler in American Pie. He previously told PEOPLE on the film's 20th anniversary that Stifler was "such a fun character to play."
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