Actor Simon Helberg's Los Angeles home recently entered the market with anything but a "big bang." The actor, who portrays Howard on the sitcom
The Big Bang Theory, is selling his very ordinary Craftsman for $849,000. While the two-story home is charming, besides the celebrity name attached to the address, it's quite vanilla. View the listing.
Actor Simon Helberg arrives at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton hotel on January 16, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California.
Actor Simon Helberg's Los Angeles home recently entered the market with anything but a "big bang." The actor, who portrays Howard on the sitcom <I>The Big Bang Theory</i>, is selling his very ordinary Craftsman for $849,000. While the two-story home is charming, besides the celebrity name attached to the address, it's quite vanilla. <a href="http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/235-S-Ardmore-Ave-Los-Angeles-CA-90004/20780615_zpid/" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
Located at 235 South Ardmore Avenue, Helberg's home is in LA's Koreatown. Bulgogi anyone?
To the right of the large entry foyer is the formal dining room. Hardwood floors run throughout the actor's spread.
Helberg's living room features hardwood floors and a stacked stone fireplace.
A closer look at the details in the living room reveal that Helberg (or quite possibly his wife, actress Jocelyn Towne) is really into animal-themed pillows.
More animal-themed pillows, and in fact, stuffed animals adorn the bench in this lounge space located towards the front of the house.
A view of the dining room in the 2,569-square-foot home.
The kitchen features a tiled floor, granite countertops and glass-fronted upper cabinetry.
The actor scooped up this L.A. pad back in May 2008 for $950,000, which means Helberg is already anticipating a loss on this purchase.
A view of one of the four bathrooms.
There are five very ordinary bedrooms in the two-story house.
Helberg isn't the only <I>Big Bang</i> actor dabbling in L.A. real estate. Kaley Cuoco, who stars as Penny on the show, recently sold her L.A. house for $822,5000 in August.
The 1910 craftsman features its original leaded-glass windows, a peaked roof and new electrical, A/C and plumbing throughout.
The home sits on a fairly small lot that measures only .18 acres.
Pass through the lush backyard and enter the detached guest space that sits above the garage.
The guess house features its own kitchenette, bathroom, and bedroom.