‘Breaking Bad’ Star Aaron Paul Sells Sunset Strip Home for Just Under $2.2 Million
BY NANCY A. RUHLING | ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON DECEMBER 31, 2019 | MANSION GLOBAL
1 of 9 The garden, complete with a statue of Buddha, is a contemplative space.NOEL KLEINMAN, COURTESY OF SMITH & BERG PARTNERS
“Breaking Bad” actor Aaron Paul has sold his 1930s Spanish Colonial Revival-style mansion above Los Angeles’s Sunset Strip for $2.198 million.
He bought the West Hollywood home through a trust for $1.399 million in 2012 and put it on the market in April 2019 for $2.499 million, according to property records.
The listing agents, Trevor Edmond, F. Ron Smith and David Berg, who are with the Smith & Berg Partners team at Compass, declined to comment on the Dec. 27 sale, and emails sent to Mr. Paul’s representatives were not immediately answered.
Mansion Global was not immediately able to determine the identity of the buyer.
Mr. Paul, who is 40, recently bought the Los Angeles home of “The Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons for $6.95 million, according to published reports.
The four-bedroom, 2,864-square-foot home that Mr. Paul just sold is perched high above the city, and it offers dramatic views of downtown Los Angeles. Amenities include a master suite with a balcony, a den, a screening room and a bar.
Mr. Paul most famously played Jesse Pinkman in the AMC TV series “Breaking Bad,” which ran from 2008 to 2013. He won several awards, including an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, for the role.