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Bryan Cranston offloads custom built Ventura house for $5.45million

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 9/04/2021 02:55:38 Carly Johnson For Dailymail.com
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Bryan Cranston originally listed his family's custom built eco-friendly beach house in Ventura, California for $4.995million in late February.

And it was reported Thursday that the 65-year-old actor's one-of-a-kind abode has sold for $5,450,000, which is $455,000 more than the initial asking price, as per People.

The 2,450-square-foot home was specifically designed by Cranston to have a net-zero carbon footprint.

a building covered in snow: Sold! It was reported Thursday that Bryan Cranston's one-of-a-kind Venice abode has sold for $5,450,000, which is $455,000 more than the initial asking price, as per People © Provided by Daily MailSold! It was reported Thursday that Bryan Cranston's one-of-a-kind Venice abode has sold for $5,450,000, which is $455,000 more than the initial asking price, as per People Bryan Cranston in a suit standing in front of a screen: Heart and soul: 'I put my heart, soul and blood, sweat and often tears into it, and I'm glad because it was such an artistic endeavor, and yet functional,' said Cranston in a statement regarding the home © Provided by Daily MailHeart and soul: 'I put my heart, soul and blood, sweat and often tears into it, and I'm glad because it was such an artistic endeavor, and yet functional,' said Cranston in a statement regarding the home

'I put my heart, soul and blood, sweat and often tears into it, and I'm glad because it was such an artistic endeavor, and yet functional,' said Cranston in a statement regarding the home.

'There's something lovely about creating something with tremendous pride and effort and turning it over. letting someone else take it to the next level of appreciation.'

He moved into the home upon its completion in 2013 with his wife Robin Dearden, 67, and their daughter Taylor, 28, after years of seeing his vision to light.

The modern stream-lined home uses energy efficiency, solar systems and recycling systems to create as much energy as it uses.

a living room filled with furniture and a flat screen tv: Energy efficient: The modern stream-lined home uses energy efficiency, solar systems and recycling systems to create as much energy as it uses

Energy efficient: The modern stream-lined home uses energy efficiency, solar systems and recycling systems to create as much energy as it uses
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Nicknamed Three Palms, the 2,450-square-foot waterfront property is located at the end of a private road in the beach town.

It boasts three bedrooms and four bathrooms, featuring an open format great room with a modern kitchen, fireplace and reading nook.

There's some generous patio space for entertaining guests and enjoying the panoramic ocean views, just steps away from the water.

Cranston is also offering the option to include his custom furniture and personal art collection with the sale of the house.

He said: 'I hope a family buys it so that their kids and grandkids all come to visit, and they can jump in the ocean and learn how to swim or surf and go for walks on the beach - look at the dolphins that come by almost every morning and afternoon. 

a living room filled with furniture and a large window: Al fresco: There's also some generous patio space for entertaining guests and enjoying the panoramic ocean views, just steps away from the water

Al fresco: There's also some generous patio space for entertaining guests and enjoying the panoramic ocean views, just steps away from the water
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'And end of the day, on the deck, share a glass of wine with friends as you watch the sunset into the horizon.'

The Malcolm in the Middle actor opened up to People in December about being able to spend some time at home with his family during the pandemic.

He said: 'I work a lot and mostly that requires me to be out of my home state. There is a significant part of loneliness. And I'm happiest with my family.'

Cranston was filming his new Showtime series Your Honor in New Orleans when lockdown happened, and he later recovered from his own diagnosis with COVID-19.

Bryan Cranston wearing a suit and tie: Leading man: He was filming his new Showtime series Your Honor in New Orleans when lockdown happened, and he later recovered from his own diagnosis with COVID-19 © Provided by Daily MailLeading man: He was filming his new Showtime series Your Honor in New Orleans when lockdown happened, and he later recovered from his own diagnosis with COVID-19 Read more
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