The West Hollywood dwelling that actor Leslie Jordan bought months earlier than his premature dying is again on the real-estate market.
The 1,607-square-foot condominium, with two bedrooms and two bogs, was a milestone buy for the “Will & Grace” and “American Horror Story” star, who in August revealed that he had by no means in his 67 years purchased a “piece of property.”
However the late-in-life dwelling purchaser, who celebrated the acquisition with a rendition of the theme music to “The Jeffersons” sitcom, by no means moved into the Empire West constructing.
The Emmy winner died months later on the scene of a car accident in Los Angeles in October. (The L.A. County coroner’s workplace has listed his cause of death as “deferred” pending additional investigation.)
“This was the primary dwelling Leslie had ever bought — he was so excited to maneuver into the condominium and by no means had the possibility,” real-estate agent Eric Rojany of Pinnacle Property Properties instructed People. “Dropping him was such a terrific loss for the world. He introduced a lot gentle and laughter to everybody he interacted with.”
The property is currently listed for $1.79 million. The complete-service constructing unit boasts a contemporary kitchen with an all-white waterfall countertop and a big patio off the lounge with floor-to-ceiling glass that gives unobstructed views of Los Angeles.
The beloved actor, whose witty musings and Southern accent made him a social media star, was very pleased with the house and featured it on his Instagram account on a couple of events.
“It’s by no means too late to be glad, y’all,” the “Name Me Kat” star stated in an Instagram video posted Aug. 13 to announce his buy.
In November, “The Masked Singer” aired Jordan’s ultimate look on the Fox singing competitors and dedicated the episode to the actor.