John Larroquette Lists in Los Angeles’ Exclusive ‘Silver Strand’

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Fresh off the renewal of his latest television series, “The Librarians,” actor John Larroquette has listed his home near the Marina Del Rey Harbor for $3.75 million. The 5-bedroom, 6-bath stunner is set along the Silver Strand, an exclusive stretch of homes along an inlet just south of Venice Beach.

Surrounded by water, the community has shades of both Venice, Italy, and Larroquette’s native New Orleans.

A multiple Emmy winner who picked up a Tony Award for his work in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” Larroquette owned a home in family friendly Pacific Palisades before moving closer to the beach 12 years ago.

His current listing, with Scott Bross of Duke Partners Properties, is 4,790 square feet of Mediterranean-style bliss, not counting the basement screening room, recording studio, game room and gym.

Photos from Zillow listing.

Take the elevator upstairs to the elegant, eat-in kitchen with a double oven and a giant island with a farmhouse sink. The area’s built-ins are perfect for stashing dishes, as well as books and a television for lounging on the kitchen-side couch while you nosh.

The dining room and a gracious living room boast walnut hardwood floors. The living area opens through a double set of French doors onto a landscaped patio with a spa and dining/entertaining space.

Upstairs, a master suite features its own set of French doors leading to a balcony. It also includes a sitting area with a fireplace, plus a spa-like master bath with a marble floor, soaking tub and separate shower.

The garage fits three cars, but being a pedestrian is fun here, too. The home is situated near a bike path, with easy access to restaurants, shops and one of the best beaches in the world.

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