The 'From' producer André Nemec has bought a renovated 1960s ranch house
Approximately a month after the first season premiered on Netflix, André Nemec's anime adaptation of "Cowboy Bebop" was canceled, apparently due to poor reviews. Though he has experienced more than his share of success over the years, his well-known screenplays include "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol," "Beverly Hills Cop 4," and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
A 10-episode second season of Nemec's popular sci-fi horror series "From" was just renewed for a second season on Epix, which was Epix's most viewed original series premiere since the acquisition of MGM. Also, he is collaborating on a script for a film starring Eddie Murphy as George Clinton, the legendary "Godfather of Funk."
With $2.5 million down on a modern estate in the San Fernando Valley's Woodland Hills neighborhood, the New York native is now making his mark on the Los Angeles real estate market as well. As per the listing, Nemec's new digs have been extensively remodeled since they were originally built in 1966 and last sold for $1.2 million in 2019.
A cul-de-sac setting with picturesque mountain views surrounds this white stucco structure nestled on a half-acre hillside plot. It is secured by gates and alarms. The four-bed/four-bath house, which boasts nearly 3,000 square feet of living space on a single level, has a spacious motorcourt and a two-car garage.
Double front doors lead to a formal dining room, while fireplaces and sliding glass doors lead to spacious living and family rooms. The gourmet kitchen is equipped with granite countertops, a center island, and high-end Miele and Viking appliances; the master suite is spacious and features a walk-in closet and dual vanities.
There is an expansive patio with a barbecue pavilion and custom-built fire-pit in the backyard, which features a resort-like pool and spa. In addition, there are terraced gardens and solar panels that have been paid off.