SELLER: Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis LOCATION: Los Angeles, CAPRICE: 9,000SIZE: 1,467 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Now that married actors Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis have settled into the six and half million dollar house in the celeb-saturated foothills of Los Feliz in Los Angeles that they surreptitiously purchased late last year—more on that in a minute—they’ve hoisted their much more modest starter home in the hipster haven of Silver Lake on the market with an asking price of 9,000.
Two guest/family bedrooms—one with direct access to a dining deck through sliding glass doors—share a small hall bathroom with vintage, baby blue tile work in the tub/shower combination.
It’s decidedly outdated but it all looks in remarkably good condition.
Current listing information shows the tree-house like hillside residence was originally built in 1951 and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,467 of lightly updated but well maintained square feet.
Even—and perhaps especially—in Los Angeles it’s quite desirable to have a protected, off-street spot or two to park one’s four wheeled mode of personal transport.
Anyways, once past the bus shelter/car port it’s an awkward half flight down to the front door.
Inside there are restored (or, at least, refreshed) hardwood floors throughout the main living spaces including in the living room with where there’s also a wood-burning fireplace and an entire wall of sliding glass doors that open to a sheltered deck with through-the-trees canyon view., Charlie Kelly, played by the effortlessly hilariously Day, has been infatuated with Mary Elizabeth Ellis' character, who's known simply as The Waitress.Yes, although the gang went to high school with her, and although she hasn't actually been a waitress for the last four seasons, the self-absorbed owners of Paddy's Pub have still failed to learn her name., already know actor Charlie Day, 35, as the show’s lovable (but oh-so-weird) Charlie, whose character has a penchant for killing rats in the basement of Paddy’s Pub and dressing up in a neon green leotard as the unofficial mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies, Green Man.But there’s so much more to Day, and here’s your chance to get to know the scene-stealer before , Charlie constantly chases after “The Waitress” (Mary Elizabeth Ellis), a still-unnamed server at a nearby coffee shop (and sometimes theme restaurant) whom he’s obsessed with.Call us crazy—and Lord knows we’ve been called far worse—but Your Mama feels a jalousie window over the kitchen sink.