Does this house have a secret ability to tug on the heartstrings of former Nickelodeon stars? It certainly appears to be the case, as the place has so far brought together two of the network’s best-known veterans. From 2013 to 2016, the Studio City property belonged to Jennette mccurdy, the former child actress who broke into the hugely popular sitcom “iCarly”. The next owner was an un famous lawyer who recently sold the place to Keke Palmer – another former child star whose breakthrough came on the sitcom “True Jackson, VP” in the late years, where she starred alongside McCurdy.
As McCurdy retired from acting, Palmer became a Hollywood sensation; the Emmy winner starred in “Hustlers,” alongside Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu, in Ryan Murphy’s now-canceled “Scream Queens” series, and in VH1’s “Scream” series. She has also released music albums, lent her voice to Netflix’s “Big Mouth,” co-hosted the “Strahan, Sara and Keke” talk show alongside Michael Strahan and Sara Haines, and wrote a book. Earlier this year, the Illinois native signed a global agreement with the media company eOne.
Palmer’s new Los Angeles home will likely appeal to buyers who would consider a luxury condo but are put off by the idea of ââcommon walls and living in a planned development. The property is ideal for a busy single person, with the compact 5,000 square foot lot having virtually no yard, good for both peace of mind and Palmer’s water bill.
Perched at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the hills of Studio City, the 1980s structure is described by the list as a “beautiful Mediterranean house.” The 2,600 square foot structure overlooks the road, apparently shoehorn-shaped on its relatively compact terrain. There is an attached garage and the stucco clad house has been painted in a trendy dark gray, which contrasts with its red tiled roof. Inside, the updated interiors are open and airy, with red-stained hardwood floors and off-white walls.