Kristin Wiig’s stylish Silver Lake home lists for sale at $5.125 million

By Jack Flemming

It’s a wrap in Silver Lake, where Kristin Wiig is offering up her revamped Midcentury Modern-style home for $5.125 million.

The actress has been busy in and around the Eastside of Los Angeles as of late. Last year, she sold her Los Feliz estate for $2 million and picked up a Case Study House in Pasadena for around $3 million.

The Silver Lake hillside perch, named the Martin Residence for its architect, Albert P. Martin, maintains its Midcentury aesthetic and original floor plan. An open-concept great room anchors the 3,515-square-foot interior and boasts restored sconces, oyster-colored cement tile floors and a concrete-block fireplace. Rich western red cedar paneling lines the ceiling.

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