‘Good Wife’ Composer Looks to Score a Sale for Santa Monica Architectural

By Neal J. Leitereg

Film and television composer David Buckley, whose credits include the CBS show “The Good Wife” and its spinoff “The Good Fight,” is seeking a good offer for his Santa Monica home of four years. The modern-style residence, designed by architect Melinda Gray, hit the market last month for $5.5 million.

The three-story home was previously owned by “Numb3rs” actor Rob Morrow and his wife, Debbon Ayer,” who had the interior renovated in an elaborate fashion. During Buckley’s ownership, the house was returned to its original loft-style design.

A sculptural wood-and-steel staircase divides the main floor — open-concept space consisting of a chef’s kitchen, a family room and living and dining areas. Pocketing aluminum-framed doors and clerestories, raw beams and steel girders are among details of note.

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