Paula Malcomson lists longtime Mount Washington home for sale

By Neal J. Leitereg

Actress Paula Malcomson, known for her television roles on “Deadwood” and “Ray Donovan,” has listed her longtime home in the historic Mount Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles for sale at $1.099 million.

The updated Mid-Century residence, which dates to 1958, was Malcomson’s first foray into L.A.’s housing market but has been used in recent years as an income property, according to listing agent Matt Littell of deasy penner podley.

Offered move-in ready, the two-story house has hardwood floors, new appliances in the kitchen and bands of picture windows that take in leafy views. Nearly 1,050 square feet of living space includes a living room, a dining area, two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms.

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