Try to curb your enthusiasm over Larry David's amazing taste in real estate.
The comedic genius behind "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" listed his mansion in Pacific Palisades, Calif. for $14.9 million Thursday.
The 10,000 square-foot home has seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms and a separate guest house. It sits on .92 acres of land overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and some of the home's most impressive features are a swimming pool, master bedroom with large deck and multiple fireplaces. Our favorite part of David's home is the adorable playroom complete with puppet show stage.
David first acquired the property for the relatively minuscule price of $1.26 million in 1998, according to public records. But The Real Estalker notes that the original home is just one of three separate parcels the comedian eventually pieced together to create the expansive compound it is today. David shared the home with his then-wife, Laurie David, and their two daughters until the couple split in 2007.
While the private, gated property is an expansive estate, the interiors are decorated to resemble a cozy English cottage. Real estate blog Trulia, who tipped us off to the news, calls David's crib an "incredible tudor-style, fairytale-esque home." We're inclined to agree. Only princes and princess need apply for home tours.
Photos courtesy of Realtor.com.